There goes a First in Human Ecology

Well who knows what the young lad will be when he is older, yet already old beyond his years with his perspective on animal and human life. A risk assessment, boring by anyone’s standards, made bearable by doing it with the children before gardening! Q. What are the hazards? A. Animals, we don’t want to hurt them! That must be a first, adding other animal life into the equation as if it were as important as human – which in my mind of course it is. If St. Francis were alive and dealing with risk assessments he would be proud of that young lad – ‘brother worm and sister slug’!!