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January 26, 2007

Think Green on Valentine's Day

Noway_1Valentine's Day is just a little over two weeks' away, so this might not be a bad time to let your Valentine know that it would be okay to skip the over-hyped and over-packaged Valentine's merchandise in favor of something a little more meaningful and a whole lot less expensive: perhaps dinner out at your favorite local restaurant, a treasure from your favorite second-hand store, a donation to a publication or project or cause or charity that makes his/her heart beat faster, or simply the gift of spending time together. Of course, this assumes that you and your beloved are on the same wavelength when it comes to environmental issues. But then again, if Mr. or Ms. So-Called Right couldn't care less about environmental issues, he or she may not even be your Valentine by Valentine's Day.

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