Wow! Your living room is so green that for a moment I was wondering "Why do they have carpeted stairs outdoors?"
Oh, that's Shaggy Hair Boy's orange tree. He planted it when he was little. And my sister-in-law gave me that fern over 20 years ago: someone had given it to her, and she didn't like it.
I can see why those bags get used for purposes other than groceries. They look just right.
Yeah, I also thought it was some kind of interesting intersection between outdoors and indoors too. Everything is so clean! Is this before the Ultimate game?-Rosemary
Oh, the discs are always clean. Boy in Black will actually wash them in the sink. This is just some of the extra Ultimate stuff he left at the house.
Count me in on the wow, that is outdoors - group.The bags look even better than they sounded!
those bags look quite sturdy!
Sigh . . . I miss Wegmans. So very much. And they didn't even have those bags yet when I last shopped there.
Excellent! Thanks for the photo. That gives me an idea of the kind of bag. Now, I'll have to think of a way to wage a campaign to get the grocery stores here to use them.
I have a nice collection of bags but none of them is as sturdy-looking as yours.The prettiest came from Target, unsurprisingly. However, they must not be in heavy use since last time I went, the cashier was dumbfounded when I threw my bag collection on the counter.Even Wal-Mart sells the inexpensive reusables, but they aren't very high-profile about it. I've only seen them a time or two.The plastics have their place, though, such as for bagging up used litter...
so now we can request photos....
I love your house! Thos ebags loow fabulous.
Our local grocery store has started selling those bags, too, in a fetching royal blue colour. Four of them, totally full of groceries, fits so nicely in the cart and in my trunk. (What used to use 10 or 12 plastic bags now fits in 4 canvas ones...go figure.)
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