Manic Monday, There is so much to share but don't want to overwhelm anyone with my manic thoughts, so please except my apoligies, before hand.....for my ramble's.
The next mind numbing rant is, Why do women give other women bad names, The idea of the craziness that we women can sometimes be just awful. We have a friend that is going through a tough time. He and his babies mama broke up a while ago and everything was going well and things were on good terms. Now bare in mind I DO NOT take sides, when friends break up. It is their business and their issues to work through. with that said, why do some people use their children to make their ex suffer. Like they are the buttons that they push & know that it will really be the one thing that will tare the other in half. This is what is going on with our friend and it is heartbreaking to see him not able to see his little girl because she doesn't feel like letting him see her because she is wanting to hurt him now. Don't people get it that its not the ex that is going to suffer as much as it is their child. Why can't they remember the start of their relationships, I am not saying that everyone in every situation should be letting their children see the other parent if their life is in danger. Just put the bullshit away and be a parent. We all hate our ex's and if you don't you are a saint. So why don't you think back to the when you use to be in love. Not that you should fall back in love with your ex, but just remember that you were once in love with this person and created a life.
Monday, April 26, 2010
I know that this isn't Earth day week still but I found this blog and I knew I had to do this. I mean being green isn't a fad it is a way of life and Earth day really should be everyday so I found a way to make my blog carbon neutral and I would love for it to be paid forward to other bloggers out there. So please enjoy go to the link and have one less thing we do effect anything we touch! :)
“My blog is carbon neutral” is an initiative, originally started in Germany by the “Make it Green” program, that has the goal to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. We plant a tree for your blog and thereby neutralise your blog’s carbon footprint for the next 50 years! Everyone can make a small contribution to the environment. Every tree counts! I think this is the perfect idea for anyone that blogs. How much carbon dioxide does a tree absorb?
Unfortunately, no precise answer is possible. The carbon dioxide absorption of a tree can differ a lot. The amount of carbon dioxide that a tree can absorb depends on the type of tree, light exposure, length of the vegetation period, latitude, water balance, and the soil conditions.
There are many different calculations for the saving potential of a tree. The assumed values vary between 10 and 30kg (20 and 70lb.) for a tree each year. It is certain however, that in its first two to three years a tree absorbs relatively little carbon dioxide. In the growth phase following this, the absorption rate increases rapidly. During this time, the tree safes a considerable amount of carbon dioxide. The absorption rate decrease again from the age of 18.
The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) assumes a yearly absorption of one tree of approximately 10kg (20lb.) carbon dioxide emissions. “Make it green”, the environmental programme of kaufDA, is using a yearly absorption value of 5kg (11lb.) for its “My blog is carbon neutral” initiative. This is a very conservative calculation, ensuring that the neutralisation of each blog is achieved.
One tree neutralises the carbon dioxide emissions of your blog
As demonstrated in the above calculation, the atmosphere can be relieved by an average of 5kg (11lb.) carbon dioxide every year by planting one tree. An average blog causes 3.6kg (8lb.) of carbon dioxide emissions. Consequently, a tree neutralises the carbon dioxide emissions of a blog. Since a tree lives for an average of 50 years, carbon dioxide emissions of your blog can be completely neutralised for this time period.http://www.kaufda.de/umwelt/carbon-neutral/how-you-can-join/ or email at : CO2firstname.lastname@example.org