My son, Bobby, taking a bath in his Grandad's kitchen sink.
I'd like to think that I am an advocate of consuming local goods: whether it be of honey, milk, eggs, produce, or even our local spring's water. When it comes to convenience, purchasing bottled water is it for me. I used to think that the nearer the source, the better. However, here recently I have found that I am appreciating a spring, which is located clear across the ocean in France. Where I justify this latest consumption choice of mine for my visiting of Paris and Toulouse in my past. Weird conclusion, I must say.
This video above is a super cute advertisement of one of my favorite spring water distributers: Evian, from the French Alps.
This photo was taken of me in Hot Springs AR.; where the hot springs are so abundant in the area, the locals are able to fill up there water jugs in town with just a pull of a lever. I used to purchase Ozarka bottled water because I knew it was derived from Arkansas. However, with the recent news of numerous wildlife deaths in the area (birds and fish) without an explanation as to why yet, I am a bit hesitant of drinking spring water from here.
Here is a photo of me taken in Toulouse, France at an abandoned ancient ruin bath house.