My husband golf’s. I don’t. People could be injured… but I am all for my kids learning the sport. I lucked out Friday and found a really great kids golf bag at Value Village. It looks just like Dad’s but smaller. We will have to find better clubs (just 1 or 2) but for $14.99 it was a great find.
Value Village also helped me solve the need for two pairs of dice. They are on the school supply list for this year. Weird, right? It must be for math but it still irritated me. I now have a small bag of used dice. Great for a six-year old. If he loses any I have replacements!
The final thing I picked up from VV was a pair of pillow cases. I am working on a small laundry solution and will post about it another day.
Have a great Sunday!
Here’s yet another zero-waste extra… A waste free Salted Caramel Decaf Mocha at Starbucks. Remember that Starbucks has real cups and plates to enjoy your coffee and snack inside. Beware the chocolate caramel pretzel rods though. They come wrapped individually in plastic which they remove before displaying.
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