To celebrate Earth day I’m going to share with you some of the green things in my world. Isn’t my grass lovely? I took this picture this morning. Then I had a really hard time getting myself to leave for work.
This is the fun green rocking chair on my porch. This picture doesn’t give it justice because I didn’t have time to brighten it up a bit. I love this chair, but I never really take the time to actually sit in it.
This out of focus picture is of my green earrings. The 2nd pair is butterflies, I got them in Mexico. Their Mexicanity is what defines them.
This is a lovely green plant that we got from our wedding. I’d give a prize to the person who could tell me what kind of plant it is, but since I have absolutely no clue I would have no way of knowing if you were lying to me or not.
Ignore the fact that there is a picture of Christ in a vase next to the plant.
And that Dwight’s head seems to be falling out of the plant.
That’s just the way we roll.
Here is proof that we really do sleep in a bunk bed. It is bright red and made of metal. Metal that hurts when you smack your head. The part you are supposed to be focusing on, however is our GREEN blanket. Isn’t it lovely? It was also a wedding gift. It is made of bamboo. I didn’t know you could make blankets out of bamboo, but that is what the package said. Does having a blanket made out of bamboo fit the other definition of green that seems so popular these days?
And finally, we come to the end. The creme de la creme, perhaps? This is a lovely towel that my sister-in-law Angie embroidered for us. This is Steve’s. I have a matching one, can you guess what it says? Yesterday morning they were white, but now they are pale green! Thanks for doing the laundry, honey.
Happy Earth Day everyone!