Recycling Station set up in the Earthseed Headquarters
WHAT? So, lately I have been getting a lot of input from the Universe around "Walking the Walk". This is an ongoing struggle to align theoretical babble with purposeful action. I decided to create a recycling station in the house finally so Mom won't keep "discovering" my treasure trove of tissue paper rolls and efficiently move them to the "trash where they belong." I went out and purchased some simple white milk crate type things from the local Ace Hardware and labeled each one accordingly: glass, paper, and plastic. Now I am ready to STARVE THE INCINERATOR!!
Although on second thought, realize I had forgotten the Divine gift left by the dumpster some years ago on my birthday: a bunch of orange milk crates that now house a variety of things I could probably "put away", like books and stuff - darn!! Coulda done this for FREE...oh well, at least the purchase supported the locally owned Ace Hardware instead of big box Depot or Lowes.
"Each Ace store is independently owned and operated by local entrepreneurs – hard-working, passionate business owners who are involved with and, many times, reside in the communities where their stores are."
BUT, it is in Ferndale...not Detroit.
So, another option for home improvement needs is
. Another family owned and operated business located near the New Center Area. The have "Everything But the Kitchen Sink!"
But back to the lecture at hand:
I found this link to see
Hmmmm, I'mma need more milk crates!!
DROP OFF LOCATION & TIMES
1331 Holden Ave
Detroit, MI 48202
First Saturday 10AM-2PM
Corner of Wilkins & Russell
Second Saturday 9AM-1PM
Waldorf School parking lot /
Charlevoix & Burns
Third Saturday 8AM-12PM
Swimming pool parking lot
Third Saturday 10AM-2PM
Christ the King Church
Fourth Saturday 10AM-2PM
Jefferson & Chalmers
Fourth Saturday 8AM-12PM
Se Habla Español
Ok, lets see what we can do to STARVE THE INCINERATOR!!