I’ve been at mama’s helping her pack for about a month. I’ve tried and tried to pinpoint something different or green that we’ve been doing here. But mostly we’ve just been packing (in boxes we already had, mama got from work, or I’ve pulled out of recycling bins, yay.) And cleaning, cleaning, cleaning. Trying to use up the cleaning products that are at the end.
Mostly it’s been all about the dog… Continue reading
Unable to find anything on the package about recycling (other than to recycle the box), I took the next step MissWhipLash from God’s Creatures encouraged me to do.
I wrote the company.
Last year, we were given a used bread machine and I simply never got around to trying it out. Boy, what was I thinking, right? As Mom Photographer said…Talk about making life easier. I threw all the ingredients in and three hours later…
You deserve to take a deep breath of fresh, fall air.
Look out your window.
There are many wonderful things about small towns, now aren’t there? Small town newspapers, downtown pubs, exciting little clubs like Rotary and Garden Clubs and Community Gardens full of interesting folks.
Before we moved from Georgia, I happened upon the St. Marys Garden Club at a town fair. I meant to write about it ages ago, but like so many things in my life, it slipped right through.
Let me show you some trinkets they created!
What a thrill to pull into a grocery store and be reminded as I park—DON’T FORGET YOUR BAG, MORON.
Okay, that’s not exactly what it said…
Off your bottles, not off your back!
I thought the baby would add all sorts of environmental things to write about. Not so. She’s made relatively little difference in our green lifestyle.
Posted in Baby
Tagged Baby, Baby food, cloth diapers, Diaper, glass bottles, green lifestyle, homemade wipes, Laundry, military lifestyle, military spouse, nursing, Plastic pants, recycle, reducing carbon footprint, second-hand, used clothes, used toys, zero waste
Yes ma’am. As convenient as they are, I just could not deal with all the excess plastic.
Posted in Giving it up
Tagged cooking vegetables, fresh vegetables, fresh veggies, frozen vegetables, garden vegetables, growing your own food, local vegetables in season, military lifestyle, military spouse, no to plastic, steamable veggies, zero waste