Tell me your thoughts!

What would you like to see MORE of on Green Bag Lady?
  
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I would really love to know what you would like to see here in this space. If you have additional ideas, please leave me a comment. I look forward to hearing what you have to say! Teresa

13 comments:

Eduard Plotnikau said...

Voted for DIY. But we need a little bit and photographs and advertisements. After all bags make for children, teens and adults.

Maria said...

I like it just the way it is!

Lori said...

I agree, I like it the way it is. But always up for change.

Green Bag Lady Teresa said...

Thanks for your ideas Eduard.

Green Bag Lady Teresa said...

Maria and Lori, thanks!

I'm now a stay at home mom and will have a bit more time. I'm trying to figure out what to do more of in this space.

Thanks for reading, all of you!

April said...

How about this? I tend to like everything you post, so if you have more time, I'll take more of everything! I trust your instincts! :)

Green Bag Lady Teresa said...

Awww, thanks April!

DVH said...

Good job, I like it, esp the freebies!
B.D.

Green Bag Lady Teresa said...

Thanks Dad!

Maria said...

How about gardening posts? Do you have a veggie garden or plan to put one in? I could do a guest post on the topic. Or soap making? You could try cold process soap! You'd love it. I know you would.

Wait...you didn't actually ask for more hobbies, did you???

Green Bag Lady Teresa said...

Thanks Maria--I do not have a garden. I have always wanted one though! It is difficult to have one where I live now due to the dryness and the DEER! They would eat everything! I could probably do some planters on my deck next year and grow some herbs and maybe a veggie or two.

Soap making sounds great. I may need to try it!

Maria said...

With those deer you would have to have fencing for sure. The raccoons might dig up things too because once watered, there would be worms and grubs they would go after. We use chicken wire fencing and it works (we have a 6 foot wooden privacy fence that keeps deer out.)

I highly recommend tomatoes in that climate. The cool nights make for a delicious tomato. Some easy things to start with are cilantro, parsley, basil and sage. Lettuce does well there in the spring. All of those can be done on a tabletop type of planter. Might be easier to keep the deer away from it too if you planned in some kind of barrier as you built it. Nothing like home grown veggies.

Green Bag Lady Teresa said...

Sounds great Maria! I think I will try some planter boxes on my deck next year. Start small you know. Lettuce would be so yummy!