Home again, home again, jiggity jig.
(Sorry, couldn’t help myself. I’ve been reading too many nursery rhymes.)
Paralyzed with fear there would be no farmer’s market wherever we moved, I’m telling you, small towns refuse to let you down!
Yes ma’am. As convenient as they are, I just could not deal with all the excess plastic.
I’m most surprised by how much packaging we use, especially with food. We compost almost all food waste and paper. We recycle everything else, but the small amount of trash we generate is plastic from packaged foods that cannot be recycled. Not in this area, anyway.
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