Well, the Green Pug video spread like swine flu yesterday. Not like the sniffles, not like a head cold. I'm talking full on H1N1-style virus.
"Green Pug" was all over the internet for Earth Day, in places I never thought a pug would be (like The Huffington Post and Daily Beast). I got to share the internet spotlight with Obama and some dude named Picasso and almost 50,000 people have watched me prove how easy it is to be Green.
I hope Green Pug inspired lots of able-thumbed humans to be at least a little bit Greener.
But now that the excitement of Green Pug is over, I'm feeling a little... blah. Yesterday I was making a difference. Saving the world. And today? I'm just a pug. One eco-dude described the feeling as an Earth Day Hangover. Google says a hangover is a letdown after a period of excitement so I guess the eco-dude knows his stuff.
On Monday, I'll go back to writing about cowpies and Jenny and all things humans do that confuses me. I'll get back to work on my New Year's revolutions and helping Flat Puglet complete his mission. I don't know if my 15 seconds of fame made a difference in the world or not. But my human always says it's always better to do something than nothing at all.
See you Monday!
PS> my human's making a totally embarrassing blooper video of Green Pug. Stay tuned...