Earth Day: Every Day
Anyhow, we make an effort to think about the environment whenever we can. It has to be manageable, but sometimes we find going the extra distance to choose the right thing, is worth it for us in the long run.
I wondered what sort of photo to post with this, because things are not green here yet. Earth Day happens at a time when we don't even have grass or leafy trees...just the odd bud or two. It was 14F (-10C) this AM. So, I remembered last summer. We just recently finished eating the bags of frozen strawberries from our basement freezer. We still have lots of homemade jam left. Here we are, on a windy, cool July day last summer, in a strawberry field relatively near Winnipeg. We went picking twice. We had great fun, including an impromptu ride on a farm "gator" tractor.
I was featured on a blog this week -- likely because of how Knit Green's ideas coincide with Earth Day. Although my books were published by Wiley & Sons, this part of their publishing business was sold to Turner Publishing...and here's their blog!
Joanne Seiff links two loves: knitting and reading | Connect | Turner Publishing
To celebrate, I'd like to offer a discount to anybody who might like to download a knitting pattern (skipping the paper for the pdf? An Earth Day move!) on Ravelry.
Until May 15, use the coupon code:
to download any of my Ravelry patterns for 20% off. Springtime - and thinking about the earth- are well worth celebrating.