In the past, "green" referred to a color - not an ecological movement!
Last week, I bought this green Bible at a thrift store. Except for the first page, filled in with the name of the presenters, the recipient, and the occasion (in memory of a relative), it didn't appear that anyone had ever opened it! Inside are several full-colored pictures....
...and some blank pages ready to receive family information.
These six pale green cafeteria style trays were actually FREE at a garage sale last summer.
I couldn't NOT bring them home with me!
Years ago, we either thrifted or "rescued" the footstool.
I found the fabric at a thrift store. I like the pattern on it.
The light isn't quite right to show the beautiful green background of this lamp that sits on our piano.
The lamp, too, was a thrift store purchase.
This hardy plant sits on top of an old, upright radio cabinet.
It is one of the very few plants that has thrived in our house.
I believe it could legitimately be considered "green" by old AND new standards.