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Thursday, March 12, 2009


Hey Readers!

Today's my mom's birthday and I made her the coolest eco-friendly gift, so I just wanted to tell you guys about out.

It was a few gifts actually:

1. A picture frame. Painted by Yours Truly.

2. Flowers. Order from a sight that grows their produce in organic soil.

3. Chocolate Cake. I guess there's nothing particularly "green" about that except the icing. But it's the thought that counts. And it was delicious.

4. A card (on already recycled paper. Nice right?)

And #5--the best one--a reusable workbag that folds up to be the size of an index card.

Plus it was all wrapped in easily-recycled newspaper. I was quite proud of myself this morning when I put it all together.

Okay, that's all I have for you this week.
Remember to recycle!
Save your planet :)

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