Quilly is the pseudonym of Charlene L. Amsden, who lives on The Big Island in Hawaii. When she is not hanging out with Amoeba, she is likely teaching or sewing. Or she could be cooking, taking photographs, or even writing. But if she's not doing any of that, she's probably on Facebook or tinkering with her blog.
Thanks for coming by my Project Green and leaving a way too kind comment!
I love the shirt – not many folks paid too much attention to Earth Day!
I’m not a fanatic, but we do have to draw some attention to the issues.
Nice shot for Project Green.
I’m proud of my city this year, they’ve made some strides toward remembering, advertising and educating about earth week. Now if I could just get them to remember it’s more than JUST planting trees.
That one’s cute! I LOVE that shirt!
My green thing for the week has been trying to get people to realise what a waste a clothes dryer is, especially on a sunny day.
Love the shirt. I’m guessing that’s not you modelling it, though.
Wonderful t-shirt. Somebody sent me a video this morning about sending love and positive energy to the earth. I think Mother Earth deserves it. It’s easy to do, she being so beautiful and creative and all, and it costs nothing. Every day should be earth day, I guess. Thanks for visiting Raven’s Nest.
Carletta — my partner is a botanist/oceanographer. His job is all about “thinking green”.
Kat — I don’t know if mine did or not. It has been ages since I turned a TV or a radio on.
Melli — I did, too. That’s why I asked the young lady if I could snap her photo.
Mumma — there is so much humidity here, the clothes drier is necessary if one wants dry cloting before it mildews. And would you like to elaborate on your reasoning that led to the conclusion that I am not the t-shirt model? 😉
Raven — my photos are all about celebrating earth and God’s wonderful creations.
that is a great take on the subject with a timely message
I always wonder on wordless Wednesdays people always seem to find pictures with words on them.
Polona — that’s what I thought when I saw the t and asked the young lady if I could “picture” it.
Dr. John — we do it just to irritate purists like you!
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