I love this one too. . .isn't she just amazing??
Oh, very cool! I want to cover up my minivan with stickers, but the hubby says no. Bummer. I will live vicariously through you!
lol!! I LOVE it!!!!
So cool. I absolutely *love* the crunchy van post (I remember from a long time ago before you knew who I was and that I was lurking at your blog). :-) I am pretty darn crunchy myself (had some back and forth emails with Rod Dreher while he was writing the book) and most of my Christian friends absolutely are not. If my Christian neighbor sees someone riding a bike to work, he mutters derisively, "Democrat!" (I'd be riding my bike to work if I were in a situation to do that.) Several of my friends have come around, though. :-) My girls have called me "Earth Mama" more than once, though my sister says I can't be a hippy because I like lipstick! But I'm not trying to be anything but me, and that just happens to be pretty "crunchy".Fun to read, Aimee.Susan
Her environmental record is pretty sad :(
I like the sign too. This presidential election has been pretty interesting so far...wonder how it is all going to turn out.
Palin supports drilling for oil in the Arctic, which is not too environmentally sound.
We all have to prioritize when we vote. For me, a priority is candidates who are pro-life...babies are higher on my list than the environment...we all need to make the best decision we can knowing that no candidate's perfect.
In my experience politics usually divides rather than unites those who under many other topics would agree. Even prayerfully seeking people may come to different conclusions.
Yes, I agree...it's such a shame at all the division politics can cause...passions and convictions run very high and we should treat differing opinions with respect and go with our own hearts and consciences when voting. It's best not to look at others and judge, but look at ourselves and decide what we feel is best. God is not a Republican or Democrat (and to me, that is very freeing! :)
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