Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Earth Hour 2010

ok i have been really busy but have managed to stop by a few blogs and check on some of my peeps, i just go down the roll until the kids start to fight. anyway i got a ton of service work done and started my 8th step. as you can see Earth Hour is fast approaching!!

i know there are some out there who just don't believe we need climate change, but i do and this is my blog so i can post what i like. and no i don't light candles to make up for no light. we just sit in the dark and it is pretty relaxing!!

this is not something that we are doing because we think it is going to change the climate by shutting off the lights, no this is more of a global statement to the powers that be, a statement united in hope that those in power will hear us and will start to listen to us when we ask for help to stop global warming.

there are things we can do to stop polluting our environment, clean energy is one, no more plastic bottles. hey did you know there is an actual island of plastic garbage floating in the Pacific ocean!! I saw it it sucks we need to clean up this planet and we need to work together.
Click on this VIDEO and maybe you will join us too!!

8 comments:

G-Man said...

Yay!!!!
Suzie the Earth Mother!
I'm with you Baby....G

Busy Bee Suz said...

The great garbage swirl gives me the hives. I hate plastic bottles. They should be banned. :0

JennyMac said...

AMEN. There are simple things everyone can do to reduce waste. Why all the plastic grocery bags? get a tote!!!! :)

chitowngreg said...

Thanks for sharing what you're passionate about. I'm afraid someday soon we're going to be telling our grandkids about how there used to be ice at both poles of the earth!

Syd said...

Good for you. I have it marked on my calendar! I agree with you about not polluting. It is such an important thing.

LarryG said...

sure is a small world,
lifting y'all up with a prayer.

prince nacky said...

i will remember the day and marked my calendar. Plant more trees. Save mother earth.

Alice Audrey said...

I believe in climate change. I try to live with as small a footprint as I can. It's hard.