Monday, March 03, 2008

How many pages in a tree




60 catalogs so far.







5:15 pm
I just got home to find 5 more in the post today. FIVE more. Will it ever end?

9 comments:

The Guy Who Writes This said...

If you get chickens you can take care of your bones and food scraps that you don't want to throw in the compost. They are great recyclers.

weese said...

really!?
I would love to get some chickens. Not sure my suburban neighbors would. But maybe if I give them eggs...
So you feed this stuff to them?

pins said...

My GF and I made the mistake of using 2 different credit cards to order (one in my name, one in hers) out of a couple catalogs. Now we get the same exact catalogs twice - you guessed it - one in my name, one in hers.

clammy said...

Um.. so what have you been doing? Get on the phone and start dialing those tree haters.

tracer123 said...

It is a pity that most catalogues are made from glossy coloured printed paper, because that makes it so much harder to recycle them. They can, however, be shredded, and mixed in with newspaper to make a great garden mulch.

Val said...

you have way too much time on your hands that you are counting catalogs. I have stuff for you to do, if you have that much time!

SassyFemme said...

Save the good clothes and jewelry catalogs for me. LOL

Kidding!

Maria said...

I buy eye cream from a company called DHS. I buy blush from a company called Bliss. Both have catalogs and even though I checked the little DO NOT SHARE MY NAME box, I am suddenly inundated with catalogs. We are talking two to three a day. I also bought a small sofa pillow from a Neiman Marcus catalog once and now I get house catalogs constantly. Once your name is in the system, it is hard to get it out.

sporksforall said...

I got some stupid outdoor catalog that prominently featured hunting equipment the other day. If REI sold me out, they're in trouble.