A Snappy Title, And The Dedication is Yours!

Me, with politically charged thistles.

Me, with politically charged thistles.

All right, I’m getting desperate.

As I mentioned in a little footnote to the last post, there’s been a bit of backtracking on the title of my upcoming book (which you will all purchase, devour, love and rave about, right?). The original title was My Green Year, then it became Single Green Female, but now my American publishers aren’t so sure about that. They prefer Sleeping Naked is Green, but the Canadians think that sounds like it came directly from the marketing department (and I can’t help but agree).

The subtitle will be a fun, longwinded sentence about how an eco-cynic unplugged her fridge, sold her car and found love in 366 days — or something equally ridic — so we really just need a title that’s succinct and catchy. If it has the word green in it, even better, because then when people search for “green” on Amazon, it’ll come up (this is what my publishing friends tell me, at least).

Some other titles that have been suggested include:

Showering in The Dark
Beyond Green
The Greening of Life
Green Like Me
Green Me Up
Running on Hemp Tea (Get it? Like running on empty! I came up with this and think it’s hysterical. Unfortunately, no one else does)
Battlefield Earth (Could run into copyright issues here, though)

And then there’s Gaia Loves Me, my bf’s ironic (at least I hope) suggestion, which he has now made twice.

I think it’s important to have something that conveys the extremes I went to while doing this challenge while also hinting at the fact that this will be a smart and funny read, not a preachy, schmaltzy one.

So, here’s where you come in, my beautiful, brazilliant readers. Come up with a title that pleases both my American and Canadian publishers — and me, of course — and I will dedicate the entire book to you. No joke! For serious. It’s yours. Swearsies. Leave any ideas in the comments section below, and feel free to brainstorm without censorship.

Vanessa

Oh, P.S. The photo above is of yours truly, Ms. Thistle, WITH THISTLES! My boy snapped it while we were gallavanting around the Golan Heights the other week. You know how it goes.

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100 Responses to A Snappy Title, And The Dedication is Yours!

  1. Lara Black says:

    Speaking as a marketing person, why not combine it into “Single Green Female Sleeps Naked”? or “Sleeps in the Nude”

    It could have been worse, it could have been “It’s Green To Shower With The Navy”

  2. arduous says:

    I am terrible with titles, but here is my darndest:

    Insanely Green
    Dear World, With Love
    My Eco-Nutty Life
    One Green Gal
    and
    Green As A Thistle

    Hey at least it would be very recognizable! Though, those politically charged thistles don’t look very green.

  3. Ailsa Ek says:

    I like Green as a Thistle too. It’s your blog name, it’s catchy and different, I think it works. But then, I think Single Green Female is a really cute title and that your publishers are nuts.

  4. Megan says:

    How about a play on the fact that it involved a leap year – Leaping into Green, or One Giant Green Leap?

    Other random thoughts:
    Green With Envy
    Greener on the Other Side

    I will keep thinking.

  5. Lauren says:

    No suggestions (yet), but I have to say: I like Green as a Thistle and Greener on the Other Side. Both would pique my interest.

  6. Lauren says:

    How about: Shades of Green or a Darker Shade of Green ?

  7. Green Me says:

    What? No one has suggested “Green Me up Scotty?” Just kidding. I’ll think about it seriously and get back to you if I have any thing worthwhile to offer. Personally, I don’t see what is wrong with “Green as a thistle.”

  8. Julie says:

    I think Single Green Female is really good.

  9. jenn says:

    The 365 turn around
    Turning off the fridge: how one person blabla bla
    Spring in to green
    Green the hard way

  10. robin says:

    Say it Loud! ( I’m Green and I’m Proud)

    Greenliness is next to Godliness

    To Green, Pechance to Dream

    Umm…. Green Me a River?

    Seriously, though, why not Green as a Thistle?

  11. rosiegirl says:

    I too like Green as a Thistle, but what about “A Year in the Green”. I’ll keep thinking.

  12. chichimama says:

    It Ain’t Easy Being Green (I know, copyright issues, but still!)

    Going Green One Day at a Time

    The Greening of (a) Life

    Green 365

    The Daily Green

  13. GrizDave says:

    Love your Blog, can’t wait for your book!
    How about some simple suggestions:
    Code Green
    How Fast can you Green?
    What Color Green are You?

  14. Green Me says:

    To start, what made your blog so good is your natural wit. If it is your wit that made the blog work and that signed the book deal, shouldn’t you write the title?

    In general, most of the suggested titles are either too dry, too plain, or too much like everything else out there. You need something both catchy and that highlights your wit. I also think that “Running on Hemp Tea” is the most humorous and catchy of the options given. I think the only draw back to “hemp tea” is that you don’t necessarily want to brand your self as a hippie, but a hip greenie, so maybe hemp isn’t the way to go.

    Have you considered your line “Toast to Compost?”

    The only decent thing I can come up with is “The Green Modest,” which could be taken to mean that you are (a) not smug, (b) trendy and mod, (c) showering in the dark, and (d) living green!

    Good luck! And, I can’t wait for your book!

  15. Ellen says:

    I vote for Green as a Thistle or The Daily Green. Can’t wait for it!

  16. How ’bout:

    Greenzo Journalist: One reporter’s experience with going green for a year.

    Greenalicious: How sleeping naked for a year will help you save the Earth and find true love.

    Green Between My Toes: blah blah filler here

    Stepping Into the Green: blah blah filler here

    You can make the dedication out to: “Deanna Duke, my blogging friend, who writes the rip-roaringly funny blog, Crunchy Chicken.”

  17. Luis Marcelo says:

    Hi
    I’m new around here, found your blog in the Google Reader suggestions and now I’m wondering about the adjective “brazilliant” that you used. Coz I’m brazilian and for a moment… Well, here are my suggestions, “Dare to go green”, “Crazy green days”, “Can you go green and keep sane?”, “I want to be green”… that’s it! Good luck.

  18. Mrs Green says:

    Dried loose tomatoes at the thistle’s green buffet

    or

    Getting the dirty on green

    or

    Turn off, tune up, green out

    Good luck – the book sounds wonderful :)

  19. arduous says:

    Oh my god. I LOVE Greenalicious and Greenzo Journalist. I also like What Color Green Are You. I know she meant pale green versus dark, but I prefer to look at the title more as an absurd statement on our time.
    :)

  20. Susan says:

    The Greening of Vanessa

  21. Roz says:

    First one that popped into my head is: “It ain’t easy being green”

    others:

    “go green or go home”
    “going for the green”
    “as green as it gets”
    “got green?”
    “spilling the greens”
    “greener by the day”
    “the greener the better”
    “indulging in green”
    “what it truly means to go green”
    “i’m not cheap, i’m green”
    “lean, mean, green machine”
    “seriously green (but not too serious!)”
    “if you can think it, you can green it”

    ok, i’ll stop now …. :)

    good luck!

  22. Hellcat13 says:

    Wow, this is tough. I have all kinds of new respect for newspaper copywriters who deal with headlines. I just spent half my morning in my dictionary and thesaurus and I’m feeling creatively tapped out. My brain cells are on vacation (as evidenced by running a full load of laundry WITHOUT SOAP yesterday. Grr.)

    Anyways, I really like Single Green Female, Green as a Thistle, or Running on Hemp Tea. Sleeping Naked is Green doesn’t roll off the tongue very well.

    My suggestions:

    The Greening of Life (which was suggested already by Chichimama – beat me to the punch ;)
    Green to the core (especially since you were eating apple/pear cores, too)
    My green-washed life
    Greening Pains
    An unseasoned green(ie)

    Yeah. So no future in headline writing for me!

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  24. Vanessa says:

    Haha, The Greening of Life was in my list already! But I do like that one… also, a friend just suggested Green Days, which I like… this is good, though. I’m going to direct this to my publishers’ attention, stat.

  25. ashley.marie says:

    I like Green As A Thistle, too.

    Or The Jolly Green Girl.

    (Get it? Like the Jolly Green Giant? ha.)

    I like Green Days. Or Green DAZE. Ha.

    Yes, I want to read your book. Duh.

  26. Gretchen says:

    If you can think it, you can green it…blah blah blah…insert witty text here..

  27. Eva says:

    Hows about:
    “Everyday Green”
    “Green for the Normal Girl” / “Green and the Normal Girl”
    “Green and the City”
    “Supergreen!”
    or “Green Daze” (play on Green Days, obviously ;) )
    “Green and Bear It” (heh heh, like grin… yeah you get it)

  28. Maggie says:

    Here’s one:

    “On A Greener Note”

  29. Eva says:

    Ooh, a couple more:

    “Greenify Me”
    or
    “Greenification”

    BTW, I notice that those thistles in the picture are more of a brownish hue than green… are those the ones you’re as green as?? ;)

  30. andsoisigh says:

    “Green Like Me” … has someone already suggested that?

    “365 days to a brand new me”

    “Green as a Thistle” is the perfect title!

    “The ordinary girl’s guide to a better planet”

    Best of luck… I look forward to downlading your book!

  31. Sam says:

    “365 days of Green”
    “To be Green or not to be, that was my question”
    “I did it Green”
    “My green Journey”

    Sam @ LG

  32. Eva says:

    Me again! (once this brain starts thinking about something it’s hard to change tracks)

    one last one:

    “Girl Goes Green”

  33. Stephanie says:

    I like names that sound like a transition is happening… here are my suggestions — don’t be insulted by the first two, I just mean to indicate that life might have been boring before, but that the green life made you more alive somehow. (whether that’s true or not, I don’t know, but it just sounds like a cool idea to me.)

    From Blah to Green
    From Beige to Green
    Greenways
    Way to Green
    Glowing Green

    I also like Crunchy’s Greenilicious a lot :)

  34. Stephanie says:

    PS I think Single Green Female is a fantastic title as well. Can’t you do something like 100 Mile Diet guys did and have the US publisher use their own marketing-driven title? I.e. split the name so there’s a different one for each country?

    There really is truth to this kind of difference in market, I guess. I’m Canadian and think “100 Mile Diet” is a far more distinct and descriptive title than “Plenty.”

  35. Stephanie says:

    Down and Green
    Digging in the Green
    Digging the Green Life
    Stripped Green
    Deep and Light: 365 Shades of Green

    i’ll keep thinking…

  36. LKBlog says:

    Hi Vanessa,

    I love this type of puzzle/marketing opportunity!

    Some ideas just off the top of my head this a.m.:

    A Year in the Green Lane
    A Year in the Green
    A Year in Green
    My Year in Green
    My Year in the Green Lane

    -Laurel aka LKBlog

  37. Kristin says:

    Hi Vanessa,

    Love your blog! If you don’t choose “Green as a Thistle,” how about “Extreme Green”?

    Best of luck with the book.
    Kristin

  38. apieceofwood says:

    I like Green as a Thistle as well

  39. andrew says:

    Gang Green :: Insert Witty Subtitle Here

    While the blog is about your own experiment, I’d suggest that as it evolved, it emerged into a community (citing the bazillion comments above as some sort of proof). This Green Gang / Gang Green stuck around for the long haul, was encouraged to make their own changes, and participated by suggesting new changes you might look into doing as well.

    cheers.
    andrew

  40. MamaBird says:

    Heart of Green (got me searchin’ for a)
    True Green (Love)

    I also like single green female, and very much running on hemp tea.

    gang green and green days might be reminiscent of bands?

  41. Jill says:

    I like the addition of something involving ‘year’ or ‘daily’. It tells the reader what the book is about. I like Green 365 also.
    I also like Green as a Thistle. What about “Turning 180 Degrees Towards Green”
    Most people aren’t green but maybe would like to try and the will surely do an ‘about face’!
    just a thought…

  42. Maggie says:

    As a variation on the copyright-challenged “It’s not easy being green,” how about “Easy Going Green”? It popped into my head pretty quickly. I think it sounds good, and has two meanings. You had a good time right? And you think people can make small changes to be greener? And, it seems like your conclusion was to well, take it easy! Good luck!

  43. cheaplikeme says:

    You can’t choose Green Like Me because it’s too much like my blog name, and my dozens of readers would be confused. ;)

    JUST kidding.

    I think Single Green Female is good, too, especially with the “finding love” tie-in. But if that’s nixed … what about …

    I’m Not Easy, I’m (Just) Green
    Greener Every Day
    Green around the gills: How an eco-cynic unplugged her fridge, sold her car, found love and thrived in 366 days
    My unplugged, fair trade, all-organic year: blah blah blah
    No fridge, no car, no TP, no fear: blah blah blah

    I’m sure all of our crazy ideas will inspire the perfect thought from you or your marketing gurus. Good luck.

  44. Pun Gent Pat says:

    I still like:

    Extreme Green: No fridge, no car, no boyfriend
    and
    Emission control, we have a problem!
    and
    The Kyoto diet

    but how about

    Green till I’m blue in face
    ?

    Nah

  45. Tim Stobbs says:

    Ah, so many titles. Not sure if these are already mentioned above, so sorry if they are:

    The Green Year: How I…
    The Green Age:
    Eco-green Nut:
    Eco-green Crazy:
    A Year in the Green:
    After Green:
    Going Green in the City:
    How I Stopped Just Reading About Being Green and Did It One Day at a Time
    Green Times:
    Green Sex, No Fridge and Finding Love:

    Best of luck,
    Tim

  46. cherrytreegirl says:

    What about something with the word environmentalism, like
    “Environmentalism gets mental and men” or
    “The Me, Men, and Mental in Environmentalist” or
    “From mental to me: reducing my environmental footprint one day at a time” or
    “Green girl puts me, mental and men in environmentalist; hip in hippie”
    “Green girl seeks men in Environmentalism”

    something along those lines…

  47. yarrow says:

    another voice for “Green as a Thistle” here. That’s a fabulous title.

    Though i like “single green female” a lot, too.

  48. mbrianaepler says:

    I laughed at Running on Hemp Tea, Vanessa – very witty! Though I think “hemp” sends loads of people in a tizzy. I think Single Green Female is nice – and I’m American. Other thoughts…

    Simple Green Female
    Simple, Green, and Lean
    Single and Living Green

    Extremely Green
    Green to the Extreme
    Green to the Nth Degree

    Good to see you writing – I look forward to reading more about your new and improved life!!

  49. Melinda says:

    Sorry – I still haven’t got the hang of my WordPress account. Anyway, that was me!

  50. ISIA says:

    Pun Gent Pat, I love “Extreme Green: No fridge, no car, no boyfriend” – I would certainly buy a book with this title :-D

    And one more vote for “Green as a thistle” :-)

    The only thing that came to my mind was:

    Greener shade of green
    Green, girl, green
    Green girl on the edge

  51. Cynthia says:

    My name is Cynthia, I recently came across your blog and I love it!

    The reason I’m writing, is that I work for Matchstick, a word of mouth marketing company based in Toronto. For the program I’m currently working on, we are looking for young, chic, fashionistas like you! Most importantly, I’m on the hunt for women who write popular blogs that discuss topics like fashion, health and beauty and savvy current events, with the hopes that they’d be willing to participate in a short survey about feminine beauty and hygiene products.

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  52. Emma says:

    single green female….sums everything up perfectly.
    also like Running on Hemp Tea…

    Lean Mean Greening Machine…..

  53. Maggie S. says:

    I like “Green as a Thistle” and “Single Green Female” but if your publishers are denying you, here are some random thoughts (my brain is tired too)

    Embracing the Green Beast
    The Green Canadian (for yer ‘Merican audience)
    Treading the Green Path
    The Reluctant Greenie
    Greening Without Grimacing

    blah, these are terrible. good luck.

  54. Angie says:

    My Green Year
    Greener on the Other Side
    One Green Day (at a time)
    How to Green and Bare It

    and my favorite Green as a Thistle

    Can’t wait to read your book. Plus I own a little bookstore, so I’ll have to stock a few copies! :)

  55. eric says:

    I like “showering in the dark” best, sound slike a book title that a man also would read….not as feminine as all the others.

    just my 50c

  56. Beany says:

    1. A green thistle from Canada: life in the green zone (might get some political hits?)
    2. Living green the modern way: with good hair, without patchouli, and always sleeping naked between the sheets
    3. Cuter than Gore: A very convenient lifestyle
    4. Living with Jacob – the passion of mother earth (had to dig through archives for the boy’s name. Hope I got it right)
    5. Not presidential – an ordinary woman’s attempt at living green for a year (maybe a bit confusing)
    6. Worm tea for my plants and Hemp tea for me – my journey into becoming less prickly to the planet

  57. Elena says:

    The Modern Cynic’s Guide to Green Living

    I think it sums up your blog quite nicely :)

  58. mokugift says:

    I like Single Green Female. There are so many ways to play that up.

    You could also go the totally opposite way and seem anti-green or seeminglt anti-green:
    ‘People for the Ethical Treatment of Oil’
    ‘Barrel Hugger’

  59. Paul says:

    A darker shade of green,
    366 days to a greener me.

    I do prefer Green as a Thistle but that’s from association. You’d do better with an Ontario thistle as a backdrop right now. They’re much greener than those poor middle east ones.

  60. claire says:

    Title for your book:

    Dark Green

    Greener than Verde (verde is green in spanish)

  61. claire says:

    Opps I left the wrong e-mail address!

    Title for your book:

    Dark Green

    Greener than Verde

  62. Kristijoy says:

    Yeah what’s wrong with Green as a Thistle? I hate marketing. I bet there are a ton of great books out there I pass by because someone called it somthing completely asinine. Which I think most of the titles in your post sound like to me. There are sooo many ‘green’ books out today that really, I would, personally, avoid annnnything that sounded like chick lit or would make the think the book was not serious or uses the implication of sex or sexy to SELL somthing I am so sick of that marketing shill. A male author would not be caught dead with a title like “sleeping naked is green” if it was even ever brought up as a title…. The connection to your blog name makes total sense to me….and many of your other fans seem to agree. maybe we can petition your publisher.

  63. Ouiser says:

    Navy Showers Bring Green Flowers

    Seriously, though, I heart Single Green Female,

  64. Claire says:

    Running on Green (play on words: running on empty)

  65. debbie says:

    While my favorite is “Green as a Thistle,” I like “My Green Year”. It seems to fit your criteria well. But most of all I’m enjoying your new post. My addiction to Thistle has not worn off.
    Deb

  66. Lauren says:

    “Green is the new pink” – but somebody probably already said that.

    I love your website! Too bad I came in on your last week – I’ve been having to backtrack.

  67. Prickly Green

    Goes with the blog name… says that being green isn’t always easy… all kinds of connotations about sharp wit/hip/new/etc.

  68. Christy says:

    366 days to greener ways

    This is my only suggestion, I really don’t think the general public would get the green as a thistle connection since they have no knowledge of this blog on the whole. Although I do like the name I just don’t think people on a whole will get it.

  69. Angela says:

    How about “Green Extreme”

    or “My Year of Green”

  70. crstn85 says:

    blogging today I came up with my new motto, and I think it might work for you too.

    Live life lightly, announce it brightly.

    Or some variation- One woman’s year of living life lightly and announcing it brightly.
    Vanessa announces brightly how she lived lightly. Um, thats not awkward.
    Anyway, I like the rhyme and I think the word brightly conveys a lot of meanings, all of which are appropriate.

    I still like green as a thistle, and I don’t think people need to get it. Thats kind of the point, catch their attention. What does she mean? I didn’t even know what a thistle looked like until you posted the picture, so I had no idea how green you were ;).

  71. Greenpa says:

    Hey! Glad you’re back! ish. ok, my thruppence.

    Green My Butt.
    Green My Skinny Dipping Butt
    Skinny Dipping For The Earth
    Green is Great, But Don’t Touch My Navel. (Did I say that out loud?)
    Green Onions In The Stew
    Bare Naked Green In Public!

    Green and Bare It – is good, or you could go with’

    Greened And Bared It- Barely
    :-) ok, I’m wound down. Stay in touch!

  72. Claire says:

    A lot of great suggetsions.
    Green as a Thistle remains my favorite tho….
    I was just singing (don’t ask me why!) “Follow the yellow brick road” and wondered how “follow the green brick road” would sound. I’m not totally convinced myself, but I like the idea!

  73. arduous says:

    UM, I LOVE CUTER THAN GORE!!! Pick that one!!

  74. Carolyn says:

    How about

    Small Changes
    or
    My Year of Awareness

  75. VA says:

    Green: Is This Going To Hurt?

  76. Stephanie says:

    So, what’s going on with this title situation? More updates, please!

  77. Ginger says:

    The Green Scene

  78. Fix says:

    Green at Going Green: one girl’s year blah blah

  79. Eva says:

    Girl Goes Green:blah blah

  80. Pun Gent Pat says:

    My Green Year: Knee-deep in the Gore

  81. Alice says:

    The Grass Is Greener: A Single Girls Journey to a New Shade of Green

    (with the “is” in italics)

    And I’m not sure if it was suggested before, there were too many to read.

  82. Dan says:

    “She Was Green With … Environmentalism?”

  83. Dan says:

    Ah, about the above, it can almost be a triple entendre: Green environmental, Green Envy (since it steals the phrase,) Green Sick of it. Which I bet you were at some points in your trials, but it was all worth it, right? So if you chose this one you could go into those meanings of the title.

  84. Young Snowbird says:

    Hi, Vanessa. I found out about you from Crunchy Chicken’s blog.

    Here are a few title ideas- trying to encorporate the easy, daily but cumulative changes you made over one year’s time:
    I like “Green as a Thistle”
    Now I’m Rolling Green (or Rollin’ Green) or Learning to Roll Green
    Peeling to find the Green within me; Peeling Green
    365 Steps to a lighter, Greener Me!
    Thistle’s Comet – blazing a green trail
    The Daily Greening of a Thistle; The year of greening a Thistle
    Thistle really make you green; Thistle be fun – going green the easy way!; Thistle be fun – a single gal goes green, and finds love (Thistle be enough for now! ha ha)

  85. angie says:

    I think the unplugging of your fridge would be something that’s huge and most people think they couldn’t do, maybe involve that in the title? Not sure how though, sorry.

  86. Michelle says:

    What about something like:

    Greening My Pasture,

    Seeking Greener Pastures, One Day at a Time

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  88. Chile says:

    Young, Green & Hip

    …followed by your subtitle.

  89. Lissa says:

    Playing off of what they suggested, how about

    Go Green: Sleep Naked

    It involves the catchy bits they seemed to like, involves action (which is really what your yearly experiment was all about, right?), and rhythmically could flow into a subtitle without much trouble.

  90. Alexia says:

    How bout “Crossing Todays Fense to Go Greener”, or “Are My Worms Green?/ How to find the Green Things.”

  91. Lori says:

    As Green as it Gets (or As Green as She Gets): how one girl went green in 365 days and found love…
    I like Green as a Thistle or Showering in the Dark too with similar descriptions after it.
    Good luck! Can’t wait to find out about what is decided!

  92. Steven Bley says:

    “I Went Green For a Whole Year and All I Got Was This Lousy Book”
    “All the Green Things”
    “My Life as a Hippie”
    “Suffering For the World”
    “Dire Green”
    “Hairy Legs and the Girl Who Wouldn’t”
    “Green Sacrifices”
    “I went Green and I’m Still Alive”

  93. Clay says:

    “Single Green Female.”

    I’d like to go with “Green as a Thistle,” but it doesn’t describe the project as well. (I spend time thinking about thistles–Are thistles green? What shade? I’m pretty sure I remember a Crayola color called “thistle”…or was that “periwinkle”…?–and I lose the “greenness” of the project.)

    And what a great photo!

    Looking forward to the book.

  94. Deb says:

    I just found your blog a while ago and I’ve been reading it and
    ROFLMAO. You are a brilliant writer.
    I hope you have a book signing in Toronto.

    I don’t really have a right to give you a title but here
    is my suggestion after reading it all

    Letting Green Mellow

  95. I like Green as a Thistle, but I guess that is just from reading your blog and being familiar with the title.

    A Year to Plenty
    SGF: A Single Green Female’s Story
    Landing in the Thistles

  96. Brianne says:

    I like Green as a Thistle too, but if you’re publisher is making you choose from that list – Showering in the Dark made me giggle. I liked that one. Can’t wait to read it.

  97. Brianne says:

    I hit “Submit Comment” too soon. It is going to be printed on recycled paper right? And do you plan to sell an eBook variety as well?

  98. Lisa De-lurks and says:

    LOL @ Steven Bley’s suggestion for “I Went Green For a Whole Year and All I Got Was This Lousy Book” … too bad the publishers like the sleeping naked one better (though I like it, too, and don’t mean to whine)…

  99. Chris Steffy says:

    I think your journey is adventurous and the title should have that hint of danger that creates excitement. That’s one reason why “naked” sells. But I think the parallels to love are closer to your heart so I suggest one of these:

    Falling in Green

    Falling in Green Forever

    Leaping into Green

    Head over Heals in Green

    I especially like the second one

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    topic of blogging. thanks.

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