Category Archives: Recycling, being green

Drought!

I know that I have spoken of this before, but I don’t like waste. Much of that was installed in my psyche and subconscious by my forbears and some by my immediate family. Rants and raves about the depression, about … Continue reading

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Lint, and not of the navel variety

I like recycling and repurposing. My mind is constantly on the lookout for things that I can use. I do save a lot of things but do my best to avoid hoarding, something that I think I may be genetically … Continue reading

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Compost Heaven!

I have felt bad in recent years that my efforts at being better about saving yard waste and using it for good have not been as successful as I would have liked. On Sunday, in a moment of craziness where … Continue reading

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Lavender days

I just have to say that although I like to take care of my plants, I am not always one to enjoy the deadheading mode despite knowing how necessary it is. On Friday, however, after a day of some tough … Continue reading

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The baobabs of Deerfield…

My neighbors across the street would have been fined and ticketed for their landscaping errors as they allow their dandelions to grow haphazardly and malignantly in their yard had they been living in the suburb of my youth. Not only … Continue reading

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