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Crap. I Got Tagged.

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Now playing: Sade – Smooth Operator
via FoxyTunes    I typically don’t respond to tags.

And I should.

They’re fun!
Uber-stylish modern day Audrey Hepburn, Kimberly Petyt of Parisian Events, tagged me in her recent post, Green in Paris. Unfortunately, I don’t have a thing to add! I just realized how un-green I am! It was tragic!

I drive a HUGE gas guzzling Yukon XLT. Ok, actually it’s good on gas. The truck has everything and does everything…except make it’s own freakin’ payments. But I digress. I schedule my week in advance, so besides taking the kidlets to school, I schedule all of my tasks, appts, etc. on one day. Perhaps this can be counted as prevent fuel emissions?

Ok next.

I wash my clothes and run my dishwasher at night. I don’t know if this saves money or energy. I’ll get back to you.

(Look, I said I wasn’t green. Al Gore is going to hate me.)

I thought about using those new eco-lightbulbs.

(Gosh, this is starting to look bad for me.)

I turn my air conditioner off at night, and make it a point to turn off lights when they aren’t being used.

Ok. So I need to get my act together– especially if this is all I can think of. But thank you for the motivation, Kim!

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Now playing: Billie Holiday – I’ll Be Seeing You
via FoxyTunes

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  • Oh, MAN!! I’m going to show this post to my husband! He was calling MY efforts to “go green” paltry. But it takes a STRONG woman to admit it in these turbo-eco-chic times, diva! So my socially responsible jute and hemp weaved solar-powered beret goes off to you anyway! Bisous!

    Kim

    October 24, 2007 at 7:56 am
  • I think you might do more things right than you give yourself credit for. How about keeping information stored in your computer instead of printing out hard copies of every document? Or maybe doing the laundry in cold water and drying things on low heat to conserve energy? Sometimes the hardest step is realizing you can do more. I’m definitely in the same boat and don’t do nearly as many green things as I could.

    Good luck!!

    October 27, 2007 at 11:53 am

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