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April 21, 2008

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lola

I'm going to order at least 2 DIRTY martinis. And for Earth Day, I'll have them use the same glass without washing it.

Carrie

I'm 100% with you on "green" Wal-Mart. When I was a poor grad school student in the semi-rural South, I shopped there and would come home with maybe 10 plastic bags per trip. It was as if a weak kitten was going to be loading my car, and they wanted to make sure that she could lift the bags with her puny little paws. I'm so glad I live in a place where I don't have to depend on (or go to) Wal-Mart! Don't get me started on the fuel required to transport all that crap that nobody needs, either. I should add that I'm not super-green myself, so this could be the pot-kettle-black syndrome.

Betty

You know the World Wildlife Foundation does the half recycled plastic/half organic cotton shirts too, right? I don't think it's a bad idea :(

tobpa

I AM in Pennsylvania, and am an election judge, so tomorrow (Tuesday) is a HUGE DAY! Be kind to your election board...they put in a long day! AND VOTE!!!!!!

gonzomama

The video on No Impact Man's site yesterday was priceless. (thanks for that link).
Co-planning the baby shower? Ouch.

Mary Ellen

That baby sweater pattern is one of my all-time favorites. Planning the buttonholes properly is a little fiddly, but worth it. I generally use some antique mother of pearl buttons from ye olde button jar. As far as the baby shower goes... my general feeling regarding any shower is: ewwwww! Can't I go to the dentist instead? It would be so much more fun! Good luck with the sweater and the shower.

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