You spent Thanksgiving in front of the tube
watching Garfield float slowly down Broadway. Your participation
on July 4th consisted of only getting out of the pool long
enough to turn the franks over. And Valentine’s Day
found you in a stuffy restaurant trying to figure out which
fork was for your tilapia.
Maybe it’s time to celebrate a more meaningful holiday.
Earth Day is an annual worldwide holiday that is celebrated
with the common goal of local and global harmony with nature
and neighbors. A day of action, it can be spent cleaning the
local environment, reducing waste, or merely appreciating
the great outdoors. Maybe you prefer lying aimlessly on the
beach catching rays to hauling a garbage bag around it picking
up other people’s cigarette butts and empty beer cans,
but if you’ve ever had the urge to do your part in a
huge national effort to save the world, this is the time to