There are no grocery store dumpsters here for me to dive into. — 6 Comments

  1. Wendy!! I found you!! I miss you!! I want to be a dumpster diver but I just can’t make myself jump into them!! I do love freecycle tho!! How in the world have you been?? Oh my – now I REALLY miss you – just thinking about the old days…

  2. PS I forgot to say that you are still gorgeous!!

    Gorgeous? Yes, every extra pound of me! Hey – more of me to love!!! So, how in the world are you and how did you find me?

  3. I know about the freecycle life. I belonged to one of those groups in Covington – on the north shore. I got rid of many a thing in that group. It’s a great idea.

  4. Um – how do they not get 200 diseases from eating out of a dumpster? Really, I want to know…

    Well, they wear gloves and they mostly take packaged food. Surprisingly, it didn’t look too nasty. The bakeries had smaller trash cans, and the old goods were in garbage bags. However, I would NEVER eat a baked good that was “loose” in a garbage bag, would you? As long as there was no mold, or other refuse in the bag, they took it. I guess the old adage applies here, “That which doesn’t kill us, makes us stronger”!

  5. Wow! This is pretty awesome! From your daughter who no longer likes to take plastic bags from Wal-Mart or Target (because I bought the reusable ones!), I am VERY interested in this!

    Where can I sign up for this Freecycle thing? I need some porch furniture and some plywood to put under my couch to keep the kitty from using it as a hideout!

    I’ll get the link and activate it in the post. Further, that’s where your electric blanket came from. BTW, did you take it with you? I might have use for it!

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