Monday, December 24, 2012

Guess What?

There's no need to speculate what millions of Christian families will be doing tomorrow; as part of tradition, most families will celebrate Christmas by exchanging gifts. As a result, a familiar melody of sounds will be played. You know? The lovely sound of wrapping paper being demolished. "Rip, [crush], toss. Rip, [crush], toss. It's a Christmas ritual for most families. Rip open the presents, crumple the pretty paper into a ball, toss it in a big trash bag and haul it out to the curb, where it eventually disappears in the back of a garbage truck." (Landwehr, 2006

As a woman who cares about mother earth and the children that occupy it I urge you to recycle. Instead, of allowing the garbage man to take your bags of wrapping paper, leave it for the recycling crew. Until next time...

Merry Christmas 
& Please Recycle 

1 comment:

  1. Recycling commenced at my house! Never fear, there are still some good people out there ;).


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