Recently, in a FB group, Jacob posted this:
I asked him if I could share it with you, because I loved the message. What items do you think you might not need? What items are collecting dust that might be used?
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has. -Margaret MeadMy TEDx talk
|How often are you buying detergent? You might be|
using more than you need. In fact, if you see this
and think to yourself: "You know, I could really
use that." you are almost certainly using more detergent
than you need to. Which means you could be saving money
by cutting back a bit. #JustSayin'...
|All the contents laid out|
|The canning supplies went back with |
their brethren in the garage, the jars
and tins will be given away or recycled/trashed
and the mixing bowls will go to
my nephew who is moving out on his own.
|I actually think I could purge a bit more,|
but, for now, I'll take this as a victory.
|It's easy to reuse the original hem by|
slicing a small hole and threading
the elastic through there. The new "bottom"
of the skirt will roll and doesn't need hemming.
|Here's the original T.|
I simply cut it off under the armpits,
flipped it over, and threaded some elastic
through the original hem.