Are you on green?

Asking if you’re on green is a standard question around our house. You see, my grandson is in kindergarten and having a ‘green day’ is a really good thing. This means he participated, followed directions, and overall had an excellent, well behaved day. Kindergarten is not the only place a color scale used. We all know about the Homeland Security Advisory System that spans from green to red. It’s a color-coded terrorism threat advisory scale. Green being the low risk of terrorist attacks and red being a severe risk of attacks. Since 9/11, I can’t recall the U.S. being on anything less than yellow. Yellow, which stands for ‘elevated, with a significant risk of terrorist attacks’, is the new

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