Full intentions of writing a post yesterday but got waylaid by a migraine.
I'm a firm believer of many things in life, here are a few of them:
1) Everything happens for a reason…
2) This too shall pass…
3) If you put good out into the world it will come back to you…
At the moment I am going to specialists, making appointments, talking with friends/family and reading about treatments trying to get to the bottom of what is going on. I'm not going to lie, I'm struggling. I'm incredibly touched by so many people who have reached out to me with suggestions kind words and cyber hugs. The compassion from fellow migraine sufferers is immensely touching. Thank you. Posting may be sparse. Just wanted to let you know. It's nice to know I have a whole world of people out there on my team. XOXO--Teresa
Posted by Green Bag Lady Teresa at 8/24/2019
WINNERS of the 20 Green Bag Lady Little Floral shopping bags are:
Jean B, MI
Jessica M, MA
Tracy C, CO
Tabby W, WA
Amanda F, WA
Tracy W, MI
Tina B, MA
Cheryl L, CA
Teresa C, AL
Beverly S, AZ
Brenda O, CA
Lupita F, MEXICO
Julie D, WA
Francine P, MA
Gill W, ENGLAND
Josie I, FL
Eveline V, VA
Viktoriia M, UKRAINE
Brenda T, GA
Maria G, BELARUS
Please look for an email from Bagette Dad. He will be asking for your mailing address so we can send you your prize. PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER. We have issues with emails going to spam. Thanks and enjoy!
The emails will look like this:
Green Bag Lady, LittleFloral_8_2019
Posted by Green Bag Lady Teresa at 8/19/2019
First of all, thank you for all of your sweet comments on my post yesterday, I have the best readers ever! :) :) :)
Fabric with little flowers on it never fails to make me happy. I just love it in any form, shirts, purses, notebooks, etc. Couldn't be more thrilled to send these out into the world, make my day and enter to win one of 20 of these cuties!
To enter to win:
•LEAVE A COMMENT, IN THE COMMENT LEAVE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS IN THIS FORMAT: name(at)something(dot)com it is important to spell out DOT and AT so you don't get spam, if you DO NOT leave an email address, you will not be entered in the freebie.
•IN YOUR COMMENT YOU MUST STATE YOUR COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE. IF YOU DON'T, WE WILL NOT CONSIDER YOUR ENTRY. The US Postal Service is implementing NEW regulations for overseas shipping.
•DEADLINE FOR THE FREEBIE IS 7pm PST MONDAY Aug 19 (winners will be notified no later than Tues, Aug 20 via email and here on the blog so CHECK BACK!)
Don't forget to leave us your email and your country! We will only contact you if you win.
20 people will be chosen to win bags from all qualified entries.
One entry per person. If you enter more than once, all your entries will be disqualified.
We will ship a limited number of shopping bags internationally. You MUST use English for your comments. Do the best you can, use Google Translate if necessary. Non-English comments will be removed.
Good luck!!!!! Teresa
Posted by Green Bag Lady Teresa at 8/17/2019
Posted by Green Bag Lady Teresa at 8/16/2019
Little Girl is diary free and loves green juice. We have a juicer and she makes her own, but sometimes life gets away from us and we buy some and recycle the bottle. Well, I recently found out, it's not that simple. While I was at the forum in Long Beach, some experts on recycling spoke to us and told us about some myths in the recycling world. One of them are these heat wrap labels that have been showing up on bottles. They are made out of plastic, but generally not the same plastic as the bottle itself and it makes them a nightmare to try and recycle. Gah! No. You can even see the recycle symbol on the bottom of the bottle but nothing about the wrap. To recycle both of these I took the wrap off which was not easy. It comes off in strips and since I didn't know if I could recycle it, I put it in the trash, ugh. In response, I went to both the Nestlé' and Suja Facebook pages and left photos and comments about how I was not happy with this packaging and asking them for more product accountability on the corporate level. Both companies responded quickly. I told them I would not be buying their products any longer until the packaging changed and that ideally I would love to see both of these products in infinitely recyclable glass. We shall see…
Wanna help? Go and leave comments too. If a lot of us do it, they will get the hint!!!! Teresa
Posted by Green Bag Lady Teresa at 8/14/2019
|I love how the back of my car looks after grocery shopping. Six Green Bag Lady bags doing all the work. |
The growler was refilled with watermelon kombucha. That organic watermelon is divine!
I have 2 so I must be really healthy…
If you haven't seen this, you are totally missing out.
Welp, that's it for this week. I am finally done with all my crazy traveling this summer and looking forward to getting my house in shape, meeting with my sewing ladies on Sunday and spending time with my family. Big exhale. Enjoy the weekend my friends! XOXO--Teresa
Posted by Green Bag Lady Teresa at 8/09/2019
Do you stir your peanut butter in the mixer? I do. Maybe I'm the only one. I love buying PB that is only peanuts and salt nothing else added. The only problem is that the oil floats to the top and requires stirring when a new jar is open. This is a task that everyone in my family hates. A few years ago I gave up and dumped 3 jars of PB in my Kitchen Aid mixer, let it run for a few minutes and called it a day. It was SO much easier than trying to mix it in the jar with a knife. After I mix all the jars together, I put them in a large glass container for everyone's PB + J needs.
I was in the process of mixing this week and Little Man got all excited that I was making cookies. Is that all a mixer is good for? Instead, I decided to make up a healthy version of the PB balls my mom used to make. Her version had flour and powdered sugar galore in them. Here is what I came up with, they are super yummy!
3/4 cup oat flour
1/2 cup peanut butter, we used chunky, but creamy is great too
(or other nut butter, I want to do cashew next)
1/4 cup honey
8-10 ounces chocolate (we used this one)
Put all ingredients in a stand or hand mixer bowl and run until it makes a ball. Cover baking sheet with parchment paper. Roll dough in 1-1.5 inch balls, set on parchment. Melt chocolate in glass dish in microwave in 30 second increments stirring frequently. When chocolate is melted, use a spoon or a toothpick to dip balls into the chocolate. Optional toppings: shredded unsweetened coconut, nuts, sprinkles (we used these), more chocolate chips, etc. Enjoy!
Posted by Green Bag Lady Teresa at 8/08/2019