Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Yes To Earth Month

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April is Earth Month... and what a month it's been! I swear I've been outside every chance I could get—exploring, biking, hiking, dining on patios, and just taking it all in. Last week, I posted on the Yes To blog about what I'd be doing during Earth Week (April 22 was Earth Day). To read my post, Yes To Celebrating Earth Week, click the link!

What did you say "yes to" during Earth Month?


Hannah Scott said...

I say yes to tulips! They're everywhere here in Kansas City, and I can't get enough!

(P.S. I once read a book about a girl who painted the earth on her thumb one day. I have no clue why that stuck with me, but it always seemed like something fun to try. You should do it!)

Annelise Rowe said...

Oh my goodness. I love it! Nail art for Earth Month? YES! Oh... and heck YES to tulips. All the spring blooms are amazing!

Kelly Ann said...

I have been enjoying the weather warm enough to rollerblade (for NYC that is very outdoorsy).

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Annelise Rowe said...

I love rollerblading! How fun!

yuli said...

I love how athletic you are Aunie! (btw, wanted to tell you at the store but didn't want to be weird. You have a nice physique, love your toned arms :)) I like outdoors but i'm still getting used to the hot and dry weather here, and I am so not looking forward to 100s lol

Anyway, we go running at 7 am with my hubby and I love seeing the sunrise, and its fairly still quiet in the mornings, its very beautiful.

Annelise Rowe said...

Thank you so much! That's not weird AT ALL... it's very flattering and I really appreciate that! So thank you!

And I am always on the way to the gym before the sun comes up so I miss it, but I'm so jealous of you getting to see it! How wonderful!

Krysten @ Why Girls Are Weird said...

I said yes to cleaning up outside around the house! With the gorgeous weather how could I not?

Kelsey Wilburn said...

you look fab! :)

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Annelise Rowe said...

We did that, too! It always feels good to refresh your yard and plant new things and clean up the old thing!

gayle talabay said...

I wasn't paying close enough attention to realize that April was Earth Month, but I recycle everything I can, make a few of my own cleaning products, and I do my best to conserve water and electricity -- oh, and I drive a fuel efficient car! :) Maybe some of those things count???

Gayle | Grace for Gayle

Annelise Rowe said...

Each and every one of them! I need to spend some time to make cleaning products... what a great idea!

gayle talabay said...

My recipe for kitchen cleaner (safe for granite!) is:
(all in a 24 ounce spray bottle, I get mine at Dollar Tree)
* two to three drops of Dawn dish soap
* 1/4 cup of rubbing alcohol
* fill the rest with water
* shake!

That's it. Easy. Cheap. You can add a drop of essential oil to make it smell better, like lavender or almond or something. :)

Annelise Rowe said...

Thank you so much! Do you have a tutorial for it? Because that's totally pin-worthy :)

gayle said...

No . . . but I should! That would be an easy thing to knock out this weekend! :) Hah, thanks for coming up with my idea for me, LOL! :)

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