I am so not green. In skin tone or environmentally. I am not proud of it and I am working on it. I guess I better be, I am moving to Colorado for crying out loud. I think I may have to take some community classes before they let me move in my neighborhood. (hey guess what? I think we may have found a house... more to come, don't want to jinx it)
With it being St. Patrick's Day and all I thought I would share something green, both in color and for the environment.
I purchased this Scout "Bin There" because they were on sale and everyone cool in my neighborhood has one. They keep them in their trunks and put things in it to take into their house. Only the lucky few have a garage that is connected to their house and they are all in the back here so there is a lot of street parking. My garage is now full of craigslist finds that need to be painted, so my car is also now on the street until we move. (ask Mr. Pink how happy he is about that, not so much)
Anyway tonight I was "Making Groceries" (that is what they call going grocery shopping in New Orleans, I can say that because I lived there) and purchasing all the green items for the lunches on Wednesday. I decided to just carry my "bin there" with me and just put it in my cart. Our grocery store has a personal scanner that you carry around and scan your own food and bag as you shop. It is awesome, but puts baggers and checkers out of a job. So,
as I shopped I just filled in my cute, damask, green, printed bin and saved on a ton of bags. So yea, I am getting Green. Just in time for the holiday.
Happy St. Patrick's Day.
and if I could magically buy a bag for each of us from their new summer line I would buy us both the ones below. Guess which one is mine? Check out their site here! I love these bags!