Friday 28 March 2008

How many times can you share the St.Thomas T-J News Paper

I got a free St. Thomas Times- Journal paper in my mail box on Thursday night. So i took it to work with me today to read and share with my friends on break and lunch Wow people go Nuts for the News paper all I heard was can i read that after you Yep for sure i told everyone that i brought it in for all of us to read or was it for the whole plant to read yep it was lol I think the print might be wore off bye now. Believe me I left it at work for the afternoon shift also to read and guess what some of the afternoon workers were reading the paper and the flyer's wow that's really being green I go to the library to read the news papers and magazines just imagine how many times just one news paper get read in a day at a pubic place. Wow that just makes me feel good about the news paper in my mail box that i shared at work today with others If I got the news paper daily I would take it in every day to share maybe someone might bring in the news paper for everyone just like me.

1. How green are you ? please share

I will share with you how green I am
* NO MORE BANKBOOKS FOR ME
* RECYLCE POP CANS - PLASTIC- PAPER- BOTTLES
* RETRUNS ON BEER BOTTLES AND WINE BOTTLES
*READING THE NEWS PAPER AT THE LIBRARY & MEGANIZE
* ANY MAGINES I GET AT HOME I PASS THEM ON TO CRAVINGS COFFEE SHOP
* TRY TO USE THE THREE R ALL THE TIME
* FREECYCLE
* WALKING AROUND TOWN
* WALK TO WORK AND BACK HOME EVEN IN BAD WEATHER
*BUYING USED
* ENGERY SAVING BULBS
* DONATIONS TO THE 2ND HAND STORES
* PICKING UP LITLER AT THE PARK & BEACH

TAG CAROL ,JANET & SIBER YOU ARE IT - OR WHO EVER IS READING MY BLOG THEN TAG OTHERS
HAVE FUN !

1 comment:

BoufMom9 said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog :)
How wonderful that you can be so green!
1.We don't use paper products unless absoilutely necessary.
2. Keep a bucket in the shower to collect excess water that we water our garden with.
3. Use energy efficiant light bulbs
4. Use cloth sacks at the grocery store
5. Recycle paper, plastic, cans
6. Use cloth diapers for our twins