What is Earth Hour? Earth Hour is 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm (local time) Saturday, March 28, 2009. During this hour, people around the globe will turn out their non-essential lighting in what will be the largest climate event in history. This is just a very small step towards saving our climate. If each individual takes an active part in looking for ways to conserve energy, help with global warming and looking for ways to protect our earth's resources this can truly be a better place for our children to grow up.
I plan to do the following with my family during earth hour:
1. Eat dinner with a bouquet of flashlights and candles for ambiance 2. Read books by flashlight 3. Make shadow puppets on a blank wall 4. Let the children record their favorite jokes on a recorder 5. Draw by flashlights
I am the only female in a household of males. I was lucky to find my Frog 15 years ago and we had our first tadpole in 2000, the next in 2003 and then the surprise tadpole in 2006. So I deserve to be a Princess. I currently work as a Management Consultant, but my life long goal is to raise 3 boys to be respectable young men and great future husbands. Pray for me! Seriously though, the tadpoles are my legacy, so when I leave this world I want to be remembered for having raised my tadpoles right!