Sunday, December 21, 2008

Finally I try to be green however...fin


8. What do you personally find the most challenging in being green?
Only the cost of not being able to do more. However the up side of having to watch my money is that I look after things and dont replace things needlessly.

9. Do you have a green confession?
Yes our fitted kitchen came out of someone else house was shipped across the channel and fitted again here in France. Our bed was to be taken to a tip, and I am so glad we were offered it because it is the most confirtable bed I have ever slept on.

10. Do you have the support of family and/or friends,
I havent even considered this, I guess so.

Here are some Green Blogs/ web sites that I like to read

Dont be put off by the name Tree Hugger



A very popular blog Down to Earth


Have you put your decorations up yet?

Christmas tree puddle

I am dreaming of springtime, warm evenings, and maybe I may just see this Heron in the tree again.



The French word for springtime.

5 comments:

bindu said...

Your christmas tree puddle is so christmassy! :)

French Fancy said...

I think you are a very green person. Wouldn't it be good if Father Christmas was still allowed to be seen in his original green. Those blasted Victorians - how much they changed things for the worse.

Henry the Dog said...

Mum and me have really enjoyed getting up to date with your blog. Your photos are just BRILLIANT. Are you a professional photographer? Mum tries to be a green person, but she says she feels a bit hypocritical when she's got a boyfriend who's a petrol head and who sometimes flies to the UK in a tiny flying car, which takes about a thousand hours - emitting crap from it's exhaust all the way. Personally, I'm happy to let you humans worry about all that:)

Blu said...

Thanks for the comments about my photos..I have only been taking pictures for just over a year, but I have the bug, I have been told I see things that other people dont see???!!!...strange eh..

Re trying to be green but not..we are all hypocrites in one way or another! But we must all try a little bit harder I guess.

Jude said...

Green, yes, very difficult here in Crete. They throw all their unwanted funiture, plus the odd old donkey over mountain sides. They throw their plastic frappe coffee cups, cigarette packs and other bits of rubbish out of their car windows. Educators try to teach children but then the kids go back home and the parents tell them they are stupid....
Eating locally grown food is easier and we also grow much of our own stuff.
Most of our furniture has had another life and has the scars to prove it, I love it.
Keep trying, that's all we can do.
Love your photos.
Peace and happiness