Controversy About Light Pollution in Ogden Valley, in Utah

Light Pollution policy. Some Ogden Valley residents are very upset. Gage Froerer of Huntsville says it takes away Freedoms. Commissioner Kerry Gibson voted against the new laws. Standard.net article

Standard.net Propoganda about preserving darness in Ogden Valley (the Standard loves Agenda 21 Sustainability Propoganda)

Weber County Commission Public Meeting about new lighting policy for residents of Ogden Valley
First, a look at the Agenda 21 worldwide propoganda making people hate lights in cities at night:

An article about how darkness does not make us less safe


2012, Photographer Imagines Wold Cities Without Light Pollution


U.K. Sustainable Environment Article on Light Pollution

Valencia, Spain is Too Well-Lit at Night

Naughty Tucson, Arizona! Cities are Lit up at Night! So wrong!



Next, look at reasons why electric lights in the cities are good and not having them would be bad:

Life Before Electric Lights

Wall Street Journal says Los Angeles uses lights to fight crime!

Memphis businesses and homes without electricity are targeted during power outtage


Now, a look at which organization made the rules. This is an un-elected body. This is taxation without representation, in my opinion.

The Wasatch Front Regional Council

What Are Agenda 21 and ICLEI: A Crash Course

ICLEI in Utah

Utah, We Love ❤️ Thee. Keep Local, Local


The above things about light pollution control may not bother you. However, if you put the above, with these things here, you may out one and one together and see that this is just one piece of the puzzle of communist world government control and the taking away of your liberty!

RFID Chips for Human Implantation (and Tracking)

RFID Chips and Tracking of Guns and People

LDS Leader Elder Christofferson says freedom of Association and Assembly are at stake, BSA meeting

Popular Mechanics Article: Your Car is Spying on You, But For Whom?

Post Sustainability Institute Article on Agenda 21 and What will be under the control of the United Nations

Making Space for a Better Homeschool

I can promise you, I am not the homeschool mom some people think I am. “I don’t know how you do it!” I hear. “You are so amazing that you can do that!” I hear. No, I am not amazing, and, I will tell you JUST how I do it. I take it one week and one day at a time. Some days, life turns out much like this photo below. We cleaned this up in 2 hours and these 2 rooms were spotless. Sometimes, this happens a couple times a week. Really. But we clean it up. This photo just shows you what I had to endure, in order to de-junk the storage room while being a homeschool mom, with all kids here and ready to do whatever they want all day long, while I work to clean the place to make homeschooling work more efficiently.

I am not amazing. I am only human. I cannot do more than what other mothers can do, and some days look like the photo, because of it. The good thing is, that photo is in the past. Thank goodness it is! I am hoping it never happens again. That’s silly, though, because even if THAT doesn’t, maybe the toilet will overflow again, like it did this week, because the younger kids use too much toilet paper. Who knows!? Homeschooling means I don’t have a head custodian, a cook, a janitor, and people to clean up the floor and table after school lunch, while the kids go out to recess. Homeschooling means I am the cook and the janitor and the custodian and the teacher and the one who cleans the table and floor after lunch. At least, I am in charge of it, anyway. Occasionally, I am just amazing enough, that I can get one or 2 kids to help me, which is nice. Also, I am very glad, my husband helps a lot with the housecleaning. He is the designated laundry person, and this past weekend, he washed all the dishes that have to be washed by hand, not in the dishwasher. He also helped me with all the heavy lifting of the clothing bins from the storage room I had to sort through!

Again, this photo is from last week. This occurred because I was downstairs sorting through clothes from the storage room, trying to make our house more spacious. I had decided that I need more space for my homeschool, and less clutter to clean up! Clutter and lack of space because of clutter, can really damage a homeschool. I just know that when I am finished with this, our homeschool will go much more smoothly. Here are a few reasons why:

1) I won’t have to search as much to find what I need for the next day. I’ll be able to quickly grab something from each subject, which each child needs to learn next, and place it in the “for tomorrow” file in the file cabinet, because my file cabinet is slightly more organized than it was yesterday.

2) I now have more space in the office, and the books I don’t need cluttering it up, are in the storage room now, instead of all over the office, taking up tons of space. Some of the boxes had my personal and our household books, in them. Some had school books not needed for this school year, in them. I want the office to be especially made to a) prep. for homeschool for this year only, b) help me get my graphic design stuff done efficiently, and c) help that household office tasks get done efficiently. My office is closer to its perfection, which I have in my head.

3) I was able to finally put all of those boxes of books, from the office, into the storage! Before, I wasn’t able to, because not only was there no shelf space in there, but there was so little floor space, that the bags of stuff were coming out through the doorway and into the hallway. A person had to step on the bags, hoping not to twist an ankle, to get into the storage room, even just to grab toilet paper! Now, there is a clear side aisle to walk in safely and there are 2 mostly clear aisles to the left of it, to walk down to get what we need. It’s great!

I know. You likely do not see a connection between homeschooling and the storage room. I do. My office is more spacious, and we can grab what we need faster, and without getting injured. It saves us a lot of time, day in and day out. After all, we have to get toilet paper during the school day, sometimes, and sometimes, we have to go get food. Sometimes, we have to go and quickly find the winter clothing, because it has snowed, and we have to get out, as soon as it does, and play in it! That is one of the luxuries of homeschool that we can enjoy faster and with less frustration now! Yay!

I got so much de-junking of clutter done this week, that early in the evening, I was enthused about homeschooling again. I have not felt that way for a couple weeks, at least. I printed a ton of worksheets and immediately filed them away. I am so excited to fill up the day boxes again and go at it! I love what de-junking can do! It frees up enthusiasm, time, and space!

Look at the lovely fall leaves on the bushes, and ignore the rest! Ha ha! Really, this looked lovely when it was clean 2 hours later. I even mopped the floor! It looked amazingly beautiful! It was a lot of work, though! I think homeschool moms do a lot of housework. After I get my house all de-junked and it has a lot fewer things in it, and more open space, I will work on teaching my kids to clean, and also, to not make messes like this one!

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