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Do Plastic Bags Multiply like Tribbles?

The other day I got frustrated with a deep drawer in our kitchen. It holds kitchen towels, mostly, but it also holds some plastic bags for convenient use. That is, bags from stores, not zip bags.

Well, the drawer was so full I could not fit the towels in it. I decided to excavate. I don’t know how we fit all these bags in that drawer!


We are using re-usable grocery bags much more lately. Some of these have been in that drawer for over a year.

Only a few are in there now. The rest are in storage in an out-of-the-way location. Progress!

Change is one small step at a time. I like this one.

5 Responses to “Do Plastic Bags Multiply like Tribbles?”

  1. Diana Troldahl Says:

    I knit a sleeve that hangs form the back door that fits quite a few bags in it, we, too are using the re-usable totes most of the time. It has really helped our bag problem!
    Woudl you like a knit sleeve for plastic bags?

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  3. Kristina Says:

    How funny, I was just thinking that cleaning out all the plastic bags was the next thing to do on my moving-prep list. If you want to get rid of them, most Kroger’s have a recycling program for them… Just a thought.

  4. Karen Says:

    Hmmmm. Diana has a good idea in the comments. Do you close the sleeve at the bottom, Diana?

  5. vicki Says:

    You could send some of those bags to me! I have dogs and we always run short of them! Ha
    Glad to know you are in the spring cleaning mode also

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