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The Lorax

My oldest son went to see The Lorax on Wednesday. He hasn’t stopped talking about it (unless he’s wearing his gum boots and pretending he’s Puss n’ Boots). He even used the ticket stub to spell out The Lorax on his easel.This movie really speaks to the kids about the environment in a way that they understand. Sometimes the message is simple. On Earth Day 2008, Conservation International, Dr. Suess’s Enterprises and Random House created the Lorax Project. This link is to what kids can do to help the Lorax .http://www.seussville.com/loraxproject/. One of the ideas is to get your parents to bring reusable bags when grocery shopping. How wise!

I’m planning on going to The Lorax myself. I might even bring my kids and a nephew or two or three. The future of the environment is up to you and me.

~Stephanie

“We abuse land because we regard it as a commodity belonging to us. When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect.”

Aldo Leopold

 “We have a responsibility to look after our planet. It is our only home.”

                                                                                                                                               The Dalai Lama

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About stephanieough

Wife, mom, concerned citizen of the earth. Striving towards intentional living rather than blindly following. Former Education Specialist for a corporation, I have now taken a step back to spend time with my family and work closer to home. Hoping to reduce our waste through refusing, reducing and reusing so that we will not have to recycle as much. Also, I love to explore zero-waste fast food and take pictures of my sucesses. I'm a fan of British comedies like Red Dwarf and Black Adder, Kevin Smith and his movies, Asian food, documentaries, biographies and going to Las Vegas on vacation. If someone told me I could only listen to the Beatles for the rest of my life I would die happy.

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