Tag Archives: green

Heck, yeah.

November 1, 2008


All plastics!! 1 - 7!!

Guess what came in the mail? The good people at the Lincoln Journal-Star have a curbside recycling program that now extends to our little town of Seward.  You subscribe ($12 a month) and they’ll give you a tub and tote away your recyclables once a week!  Woo-hoo!!  No sorting (I think), and they’ll take glass […]

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Where’d it go?

October 23, 2008


Where'd it go?

I caved yesterday and turned the heat on.  It was 63 degrees in here, and while I’m crazy and cheap, I’m not that crazy.  So the heat is on (at 68), downstairs vents are open, upstairs vents are closed, but I can’t find the stairway curtain. (Hey, you can see the old kitchen in that […]

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EcoFreaky Moment

October 4, 2008


I’m really just posting this because I’m tired again and nothing special happened today.  (I slept a lot.)  I looked back through ‘possible post’ pictures and came across these.  I like my Swiffer, but I don’t like the disposable cloths.  I like to use a damp washcloth.  We have a whole stack of white washcloths […]

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Green thumb

June 28, 2008


Today I went to our godson Brighton’s birthday party.  It was very fun, but of course none of my photos turned out well.   The weather was perfect for running around and playing.   Thanks, Kolliparas! Afterwards I ran some errands in Lincoln.  I was driving the truck, which has been sitting in the driveway for […]

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Older than dirt

June 10, 2008


It was getting past noon and I still hadn’t taken a shower. And, as everyone knows, the only way to justify going into the afternoon without a shower is to get really, really dirty. We have a fenced in area out behind the garden shed where we dump leaves every year. We call it our […]

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May 8, 2008


I didn’t feel well yesterday and went to bed at 8:30.  I forgot to make a post, so I’m giving you this picture of our oak tree that I took on Sunday. Don’t feel you have to make a good comment.  It’s not a good post.

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