But the paper I buy is so thin that the ink bleeds through.
So today, I resolved to buy thicker paper.
...which means each piece will be using more tree-and-stuff.
In related news, I spent some time today actually putting away some of all that printing I've been doing. Specifically, the knitting patterns I have been printing out for the last few eons and putting into a drawer to file "later." (Later...never...they're such similar words...)
I found myself thinking, as I sorted each pattern into the appropriate Massive White Binder, that someday...at the Estate Garage Sale...my kids are going to be selling these. "Set of knitting patterns:
...I wonder how many people would walk away from the heirloom-quality whatnot, because all those knitting patterns made them dizzy...
mmmmmm, just a hint? Storing the patterns ON the computer would save even more paper. And I would love to have you think that I thought of that BEFORE I printed out a lifetimes worth of patterns.
I really look forward to your blog posts. The descriptions of your family make me giggle (sometimes chortle and laugh out loud) because I remember those days. Don't want to relive them but I remember.
Yeah, but dizzy in a *good* way, right? :)
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