Trying to be good at green things, and trying to be good at being a godmother, are two things I love doing.
I am a Godmother to my dear dear friend's daughter. I take the role of being a godmother very, very seriously. I love her immensely. She's wonderful, and I will do all I can to make sure she's a spiritually happy and educated person.
Here is a photo of us both at her cousin's birthday party last weekend.
Here's a definition of godparent from wikipedia:
In Christianity, the godparents were counted informally responsible for ensuring that the child's religious education was carried out, and for caring for the child should he/she be orphaned. Today the latter duty is the most commonly recognized duty of a godparent, and the word "godparent" often no longer has religious overtones. The modern definition of godparent is an individual chosen by the parents to take a vested interest in raising a more complete human being.
I was then googling for Green Godmother (GreenAbby + Godmother = Green Godmother, innit?) and I found a website called www.greenfairygodmother.co.uk which is near enough I suppose....they sell ethical, environmentally sound and vegan gifts at sound prices apparently.