Does anybody reading this use Freecycle? What a great
idea that someone came up with to match people that
need things with people that have things to give away.
The stuff stays out of the landfill and everybody wins!
I placed an ad yesterday for some extra foam pieces I
have that I cannot use. My brother got them for me
from the local granite installer and the egg crate ones
work great for me to send my lady head vases, but the
others are just too thick.
I didn't want to throw them away, so I placed them
on Freecycle and right away someone emailed me
and said he would be so happy if he could have them.
They are setting up a temporary recording studio
and the foam will work perfect to deaden sounds.
He took all 26 pieces and I was happy to have
them gone to make room in our spare bedroom.
If you are interested in joining, it is free and
very easy: http://www.freecycle.org/
I went downtown today to mail some stuff and just look
at the beautiful mountains by the post office. I also
noticed a lot of people out skating on the lake when
I went by. One person was out there sweeping a big
circle on the lake with a broom to clear it of snow.
What a job!
Coming back home I just HAD to take another
picture from one of my favorite spots. There are
condos on the corner behind where I was standing
that have this view from their living room windows.
Who needs TV?
Somebody is really missing her dad...
My older daughter out working for her supper. She
brought up a whole bunch of dry wood from the
bottom part of our property so we can keep the fire
nice and warm. So much better than a wheelbarrow!