One of the best parts about writing this blog and producing Tristin and Tyler's Tales from the City! is meeting fab mom bloggers all over the world! One of my favorite eco-friendly mamas is Lynn Stone of Funtastically Green! She has asked some of her fellow Green Galz to participate in a cool game to find out all about us! So want to know more about muah? HERE WE GO!
1. Who are you? Give us the goods girls – we really want to know all about those skeletons in the closet.
I'm mother to Tristin and Tyler the best twins EVA, wife to a super handsome busy man, lawyer, eco chick and I LIVE to edit and produce fun videos featuring fun kiddies! From fashion to crafts, I love to see kids use their creativity to express themselves!
2. If there was one thing on the planet that you could protect or change, what would it be?
If I could, I would protect future generations by ensuring that EVERYONE has access to clean drinking water. Water should not be a luxury.
3. What’s your WORST green habit?
Not donating my electronics. I pile them up ready to give away, and it just never happens!
4. Which eco-guy is cuter? Leo Dicaprio, Woody Harrelson, Surf or Matt Damon
Uhh, Leo in TITANIC!
5. What’s your fav healthy food? Least fav?
I love pretty much every fruit, so fruit is my healthy fave. Least fave? VEGGIES!
6. If you could adopt an animal from WWF, what would it be? Why?
I've always loved pandas and have never seen one in person, so I guess that would be the animal.
I hope "adopt" means "provide resources for," not bring it home!
7. If you could have any house, anywhere – where would you live?
Hmm, I think on a beach somewhere. Would love to see my three boys (including my hubby), frolicking somewhere in the sand!
8. Is bigger better? (A house that is girls! Shame on you *snickering*) Would you rather have a small house or a big house? Why?
I am a super, city girl. Never had a house, nor would I know what to do with one. So, if I had a choice, I would have a small house so that I don't get too overwhelmed. It's also a great way to save resources like water and energy.