Saturday, March 29, 2008

Earth Hour!

I too ask: What did you do during Earth hour?
(Don't know what Earth Hour means?)
After a busy day, I choose to do NOTHING. Just lit a candle, sat and relaxed. I didn't even have the radio on, nor TV. How often do you do nothing on purpose for an hour? It's really not that long.

I was alone, since DH spent his day in Venice, Italy: March 29, that's how it looked over there today. I wonder if the Venetian participated as well?

cell phone picture


Anonymous said...

We just chilled as well for the hour. It was nice doing nothing but hanging out with the pups.

- Sandi - said...

This is the first I've heard about Earth hour...I suppose that's what happens when you live in a no-tv, no-news, no-radio environment.

hakucho said...

I didn't know about earth hour, but if I did and I sat doing nothing for an hour I'd most definitely fall asleep :)

CelticCastOn said...

I was alone too :) Well me and the dogs and Sockies.
I knit by candlelit :)

Horse 'n' Round said...

Wow, I hadn't heard about it, either! Oh, well -- we were still at work at the time, from how it sounds.

Hope Biko continues to improve!

Susanne said...

Liebe Monika,
wieder war ich ein paar Tage nicht bei Dir zu Besuch, und es gibt schon wieder sooo viel zu bestaunen. Deine vielen Sockenpaare!! Ich find die Farben toll, besonders aber die Hundertwassersocken.
Ich muss jetzt einfach mal was blödes fragen: Was ist die "Earth Hour"? Ich weiß es wirklich nicht. Was habe ich verpasst? Bitte klär mich auf.
Meine neue E-Mail-Adresse findest Du in meinem Blog oben links.
Ich wünsche Dir eine tolle Woche, bis bald

Anonymous said...

And another one checking in who has no clue.

But, since I finally got back heat yesterday I think I spent an hour just relaxing.

Not shivering, just relaxing.

Mr Puffy's Knitting Blog: said...

Didn't you read or anything??? I would find that very hard to do (obviously I did not participate) but admire those that did!

lexa said...

Nothing was on at my house really except for the fridge, freezer, y'kow, "necessary" stuff. I had to drive to the city (1.5 hours away) to get hubby, unexpectedly. Our big rig broke down for the second weekend in a row. I am not big on driving any distance at all, so I wasn't impressed about having to go fetch him two weekends in a row. (That, and the repair bills!)

Anonymous said...

We sort of did it. Turned off the TV and laptops and left on one light to read by. 8pm was just too early to go to bed.

Anonymous said...

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Have a nice day(oh, and I haven't heard of Earth hour either..)

Unknown said...

The boys and I played chutes and ladders by candlelight - it was so fun we're thinking of having an Earth Hour on a regular basis!

Frieda said...

I knit by candlelight , while DH took a snooze . I enjoyed the quietness, good for the soul .

Violiknit said...

Hmm...I knew about earth day, but not earth hour... Wow, your DH is lucky he was in Venice! He should have brought you too!