Mom Goes Green is TWO YEARS OLD!!!

2nd bdayWhile it’s true that since I personally hit an (unfortunate) milestone birthday not long ago (and I decided to start counting my chronological age backwards) I can actually (and truthfully) say that I’ve reached my toddler years as Mom Goes Green! Yes, MGG is TWO YEARS OLD!

Two years.  Wow.  This post is # 315. I’ve still had moments where I thought I would give up and put it to rest, but then… along comes a reader, full of thanks and praise, and I wonder how I could even think of stopping.

So… what has Mom Goes Green been doing in the past year? (*insert dizzying dream visual here!*)

Through my journey as Mom Goes Green I have:

Ah, yes.  My journey.

Have I struggled at times?  Yes.  Have I been frustrated?  Yes.  Am I proud of what I’ve done?  Yes… I am.  Absolutely.

And I have appreciated everyone who has taken time out of their life to read Mom Goes Green and give some consideration to all the things I have shared.

Thank you for joining this journey. With love and appreciation – Mom Goes Green

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"Going green" has always been a part of my daily life. It began, as a little girl, when I helped my mom gather the recyclables and deliver them to a recycling center. It continues today, as a mom myself, when I teach my own children those same responsible virtues.

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5 thoughts on “Mom Goes Green is TWO YEARS OLD!!!

  1. What a fabulous job you’ve done. It’s inspiring to have shared your journey. I read a LOT of info on “green,” but yours is one of the few that combines personal experience, frustration, elation, and facts. Keep up the great work for as long as you want to, but know that every post is worthwhile.

    Warmly,
    Lynn

  2. Jim – thanks, honey, but aren’t you kinda biased! 🙂 xoxo
    Faith – thank you… and yes,… thanks for recognizing the work that it takes!
    Lisa – thank you TOO!
    Lynn – thank you so much! It’s comments like yours that keep me going!!!

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