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1942 exhortation to go green...

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29th Apr 2008, 17:27  

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Bones! Bones! Surely they would have been kept and turned into a tasty broth . . . or maybe glue?

29th Apr 2008, 17:38

540air says:

Long time away, welcome back :)

29th Apr 2008, 17:42

Yeah, where have you been?

Explain yourself please........

29th Apr 2008, 17:43

Viv says:

probably what they did do with them Sprocket... the glue on stamps used to taste nasty enough to be made from old bones!

some of us had just learnt to throw things away when we were asked to start saving them again

used to collect bottle tops and jam jars at school

rubber bands formed great balls - or in our house were wrapped round the door knobs - just a useful place - always knew where to find a rubber band

and I loved button collections

29th Apr 2008, 17:45

Dhamaka says:

:)
hi Mum

29th Apr 2008, 17:49

seaneeboy says:

Welcome back to moblog!

29th Apr 2008, 17:51

Izadora says:

hello shirley!
Nice to see you posting again :)

love,
fabienne

29th Apr 2008, 18:08

Caine says:

Well, my great grandparents did, and my grandparents. A lot of it rubbed off on me. I can't throw away a rubber band to save my life - like Viv said, they go around a doorknob.

Paper bags have always been saved, they come in handy. Makes good parcel paper, and do-it-yourself gift paper. We have a wood burning stove, so it's all firestarters. :)

Metal saving is a compulsion from childhood, the husband has it too. (My swarf used in artwork, for one.) We both do metalsmithing type work, metal comes in handy.

All kinds of things get turned into rags, washed and saved. I used them for the rats' condo. Also for general cleaning up.

Heh, the habits you form and aren't even very aware of... :D

29th Apr 2008, 21:47

winespy says:

nice to see you :)

excuse the break, be with you all again soon xx

30th Apr 2008, 08:20

JokerXL says:

Hi D's Mum!
Nice to "meet" you.
I live in Holland and we're pretty good there with recycling stuff. Paper, glass, kitchen waste, it's second nature to keep it separate. Plastics are on the way,

30th Apr 2008, 09:18

seaneeboy says:

I love doing rubber band balls - they bounce like crackers :)

30th Apr 2008, 09:39

kyoob says:

hehe, *waves* helloo!

everything goes full circle, it's just a matter of how long the cycles are :)

Hope you get back into the swing of it, it's great seeing a moblog build up over time.

Chris

30th Apr 2008, 10:14

nona says:

My God-what a response-many thanks to you all.
The wheel turns round..
Only post if I have something I think is unusual and at mu age that's quite rare -poor old girl.
Nona

30th Apr 2008, 12:03

Dhamaka says:

poor+old? hehe
NOT

1st May 2008, 01:32

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