I strongly believe that people should save our environment in Georgia. In other words, I think we should stop cutting down trees. There's three reasons why I this is so important to me!
The first reason we should save our environment in Georgia is because tons of animals would lose their homes. For example, if someone comes and cuts down many trees. All the animals that lived there would die because they don't have shelter to protect them. That would cause a chain effect too! The other animals that use to get their food from the forest would eventually get hungry. That would cause those animals to attack nearby people because they're so hungry. And that's not good!
The second reason we should save our environment in Georgia is because trees create oxygen. Trees also breath in carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide is not healthy for any living animals/ humans to breath in. There for, we won't get as sick as we would without trees.
The other day I was browsing through Lani's weblog. I found this post and I was amazed. Lani was wondering what the weather was like where we live. You can see that the snow is really deep where she lives. Lani asked many questions about the picture you see to the left of you. Some of the question that she ask are listed below.
1. Do you think I had cleared the driveway once already? How can you tell?
2. Does the tree with all the snow paint a picture of something else? What?
3. What one word might you use to describe this picture?
I think I know the answer to the questions. I think the first question is yes because you can see the markings in the snow. The second question I would have to say that the snow on the tree paints a picture of a mother elephant and a baby elephant. The answer to the third question would have to be that the picture looks cold. I would say that because all the snow that's in Lani's yard makes it look like it's cold!
What do you think the answers are to Lani's questions? What's the weather like where you live?
I'll catch you later,
Before I forget here's the address to Lani's blog if you want to check it out sometime,