I’m not great at being “green” but I try to keep packaging and paper waste to a minimum around here. One of those things that I try not to use often is paper towels. If it weren’t that my family seems to need them around, I probably would never buy them. We have plenty of kitchen towels and a functioning washing machine.
Paper towels are a waste of money. At least that’s what I once thought.
**WARNING: The following story is nasty. If you are of the sensitive tummy type – I recommend you skip it.**
Lando decided to gag up two (yeah TWO) loads of…something horrific that he clearly deemed tasty a half an hour before.
Of course the universe chose the middle of my lunchtime to unleash the black sludgy fury of whatever was in that 60lb doggies tummy!
One of the loads was easily 18 inches across!!! Thankfully it was the one that landed fully on the wood floor. I don’t want to talk about the one on the carpet. I’m still recovering.
I just wandered back and forth shouting “Ohhhhhhh!” repeatedly. The kids vanished completely and became voices from upstairs asking, “Is it gone yet?”
I will never again complain about my cat barfing.
I think I may be traumatized.
But – thank the good LORD of disposable products that I still had some paper towels!!!