Friday, April 3, 2009


Okay, I want to be green, green as a tree

But this gives new meaning to "Going Green"
check it out here.

Hope that gave you a Friday Smile :)

And, on to more Earth-Friendly Friday tidbits:

There are so many nontoxic things you can use to keep your house clean, your children safe and your pets happy. Check here for EarthEasy ways.

Did you know vinegar can clean windows, is a great shampoo rinse, and can cool sunburns? Well it can do all that and more.

Plus, if you want to clean-up some prizes and take them home,
post your own little poem,

right here.


Bish Denham said...

I've heard about the green burial.

I've used most of these things around the house for a long time mother and grandmother used them.

I'm glad that many "old time" methods for cleaning are being "discovered". But it's kind of sad we lost them to begin with.

Amy Tate said...

I know, but it stinks something awful! I choose my shampoo from the way it smells. I suppose that doesn't make me very green, huh. But I least I smell good!

Kim Kasch said...

Bish: I was talking to a friend yesterday and said being Green used to be being Cheap - I love the new terminology ;)

Amy: Aromatherapy is a Good thing.

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

I love vinegar--you can let it sit in a gunky pan and an hour later it'll wipe clean, no sweat!
I've heard of green burials, too. Embalming always seemed pretty gross to me anyway--I come from a long line of cremators.

Rena said...

Interesting about the green burial. Makes sense. I didn't look, but is something that like more expensive than the traditional burial? Crap, I'm talking about being buried! Can you tell I'm in my 40s? LOL!

Kim Kasch said...

Rena: I think it's a good idea to plan ahead-even way ahead.