Good intentions

I have a host of various plastic bags, used ones, in my shopping bags that I use instead of using the plastic produce bags that the stores provide. I have a vague sense that this may be illegal but no one has stopped me so far and I get to feel oh-so-righteous about my plastic bag usage.

So I got some green beans and put them in a used and saved plastic rice bag that the check out lady then scanned unfortunately. When she realized what she was holding she looked up at me like I was a sea creature. Seriously, she looked at me like WTF? Are you completely out of your mind?!? and took the bag of beans and threw them into a plastic bag in what I can only describe as utter disgust.

So much for my oh-so-righteousness.


One Reply to “Good intentions”

  1. About the plastic bags, …. Rinse them out and use them again, already. Breadsmith bags are particularly sturdy, but make sure to remove the Breadsmith label/logo. Jean

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