Monday, April 4, 2011


The "E" word of the day is Eco-friendly. I try to do my best, in baby steps. I save plastic caps, water bottle, orange juice, etc...for a young cancer patient in Maryland. For every 1000, he gets one dose of chemo. I have started wrapping my food in wax paper before putting it in plastic baggies
because of all the crap in plastic. (I know, I sound crazy). I save all glass jars to store soup or sauces in. I try not to use non-stick skillets as much anymore. I'm lovin' those cast iron pots now! I TRY to buy Organic, whenever I can. (Luckily, my daughter has a boyfriend who is an Organic farmer)! I wish I owned 100,000 acres to make it my own. I just want this earth to live forever and ever!

Wouldn't you love to get a Eco-Easter basket?

How a bout' an Eco-house? Yes--that is what I want.

With a Eco-kitchen.

Then I could make Eco-cocktails for all of my friends, you included, ....

with Eco-snacks

in our Ec0-chairs.

Pretty cool visual, isn't it?

Not reality....although I do try!



  1. You are doing a great job at being Eco friendly...I could learn a thing or two.

  2. Keep up the good work!! Baby steps are a great start! xo

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