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looks like you guys are going to have to be separated if you can't play nice......lol
But they're BIG grains.... demerara *innocent whistle*
Five gone today. They've all forgotten, slow and steady wins the race. For those behind, remember that they are getting rid of everything now. What will they be able to fling come Sept, Oct...heck even into Dec.
we'll be done with those 2009 by summer! :mdance: then collect, collect, and clutter...
Once the garage sales start I will probably be in the negative.... just thought of that ... scary thought!!! :yikes: :eek:
so...just a thought...I'm decluttering my freezer by eating the food. Does that count? ;)
Peanut, I was thinking the same thing earlier. I was going to ask if I cleaned out my fridge or freezer, does that count, then I thought, but I do that everyday cooking! LOL
I flung left over cleaning stuff I don't use...that was 'given' to me when my mom and daughter each moved out of state...total 10. There might be more, but it's a busy day today.
I really need to attack the crawlspace in one of my walls. I know I have at least 50 flingable things in there.
Meanwhile, be careful, or you all might get bags of feathers for your birthdays (with a count on the bag, so you'll know what to subtract from your total).
Of course, if I count feathers as flingable, I guess I will have to count angora wool fibers as added, so maybe I had better quit while I'm ahead!!
(BTW, I brought home several books from the library tonight, but since they are on loan, I'm not counting them. It is like "pretend" clutter.)
If I use them in a pillow then they would only count as one thing added. :D
No, they don't compost well at all. They are practically indestructible, but they are LOVELY. :) And no, they would be pretty uncomfortable in a pillow, unless you are into being poked by quills. You COULD make a centerpiece with them, though. The macaw feathers are little rainbows of blue, green, and red - very pretty. I can never bring myself to throw them away, so I end up with bags of them, and I eventually either sell them on eBay or donate them to local artists.