I choose to bask in the glorious day that is The Ides of May (May 15th), as it is the day that I was able to restore my ailing computer to good health. Some of the poor thing's on-off switches were discombobulated by some quick off-on electricity experiences. Gee, what a coincidence—I have an ES/EHS computer! I guess, after all, even though I don't have children I do have something that relies on me to control its non-voluntary exposures to un-natural EMFs.
How 'bout we name the 16th of May "The Ideas of May"? We could each take 5 minutes of our day on May 16th and phone a local daycare, school, pediatrician's office, or children's hospital, etc. I'm going to introduce myself, and ask them to please do whatever they can to reduce EMF exposures for kids. As someone's email signature says, "A society that doesn't protect its children won't last more than one generation."
Maybe you'd like to ask the people you chat with by phone for an email address so that you can share with them one or two websites and attachments. (It's highly recommended to not inundate someone new to the topic.) Several people new to the wi-fi topic have told me they like www.wifiinschools.com. My school board trustee described the AAEM's letter to Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) as "very powerful." If you can't access the LAUSD letter, please email me at EnergyCanaries@bell.net and I'll send it to you. A quick glance at exposure symptoms is available at www.citizensforsafetechnology.org/Electrosensitivity-Symptoms.
Here's to celebrating The Ides and Ideas of May!