Could lie and say I've always wanted a push lawn mower. I haven't though. Boy, that's redundant.
Today I came across fancy push lawn mowers, they're called ecomowers. It's great for the environment, because they aren't expelling gas or harmful chemicals. But, there's always a but; they are pretty pricey, hence the use of fancy.
Who knew I had to pay at least $149 plus tax to get my dream. (Believe me, I've tried to find a push lawn mower. I guess only trying to get it for cheap, or better yet free, has put a stop to that.) Guess it really does pay to be GREEN. We (if we choose) pay more than the environment. It's obvious you have to have green in order to be green. Note: This deserves future consideration.
I hate it when people make everything about money. That's one of the reasons I don't have it. Most of mine is hidden (books are a great way to save) or in savings (I'm not rich, but don't buy things very often).
Let me pose a question: DO YOU THINK "BEING GREEN" IS A TREND?
Everyone wants to be so trendy these days. What are your thoughts? I'll assume if I don't get at least 5 responses to this post that no one really cares, so if you're out there I want to know. If not, I'll refrain from putting my thoughts (other than my reviews) on this blog.