Archive for September, 2013


Thai Insect Snack Plate

Jing Leed, Maeng Kee Noon, Non Mai, Non Pai, Tak Ga Tan, and Maeng Da. Wow! It is just easier for me to say,”Insects!” Perhaps I will get to try these someday. For more information about these, check out the following link




 No Water – A Haiku

Dehydration to

A severe constipation

Then no survival

2013 Albert Moyer, Jr.



Looking through a Microscope – A Haiku

Nucleus in view

Eyes see cellular battles


2013 Albert Moyer, Jr.


Senior Citizens – A Haiku

Many years they live

And so much knowledge they know

Extend them a hand

2013 Albert Moyer, Jr.


Coins – A Haiku

Silver and Copper

Many fall through fingertips

Others through coin slots

2013 Albert Moyer, Jr.


Photo from Google Images

The Asian Hornet has mandibles that tear and rip apart prey, a sting that delivers neurotoxins that destroy flesh, and poison that signals other hornets to sting until the prey dies. I hope they stay in Asia. This is one tough hornet.

Philadelphia has their LOVE art and it is very popular for photography. I am very proud that Houston, one of the fastest growing cities in America, now has its own art too. Our art piece is much bigger than Philadelphia. Everything is bigger in Texas!



2013 Albert Moyer, Jr.


During my bike ride today, I noticed over three miles of trash along the bayou from heavy rains this weekend. It appalls me to hear people complain about oil companies, yet they don’t take time to throw away their own trash. This trash is polluting the globe at a phenomenal rate.  If I am correct, plastic takes over 80 years to degrade. People take your trash to the trash can! Stop ruining our waterways!

About Ten Yards of Trash Along A Three Mile Stretch



Nobody Cares – A Haiku

A lack of action

Trade important for mundane

That’s why Earth degrades.

2013 Albert Moyer, Jr.

During general conversation, meetings, and social media, it has become quite clear to me that the majority of people really do not care about what is important. They will complain about what is happening around them, but at the first suggestion of helping the problem, they have things to do, they do not want to talk about it, or the obvious principle is right in front of them, but they dislike it, and do not want to use it. It’s like they know the vegetables will sustain them, but they would rather starve. The world is becoming full of the,”I want!” and “Look at me!” people. We need more,”I do!” and ,”I want to help.” people. Consumers without producers is unsustainable, and for anything to happen there always has to be action. Words without action are useless.


Steel Cut Oats with Raisins, Walnuts, Apples, Cinnamon, and Honey

One of my favorite breakfast foods is steel-cut oats. I prefer their nutty crunch to the flat pasty style rolled oats. Steel cut oats take longer to cook. They usually take about 30 to 45 minutes. If you are looking for a healthy, natural, breakfast choice, this is about as natural as one can get, and your body will love you back for it.