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August 15, 2006


Nice post. I agree. We are at the point where as we need to replace things we save up to replace them with more organic, less toxic and more sustainable materials. For example, we will need to buy a new comforter soon. So the next one we will get will be made of organic nonbleached cotton and filled with wool instead of down. If we are too rigid and unforgiving we will fail, because we will become frustrated and give up. Sometimes I have to buy nonorganic fruits and vegetables because the organic ones look half rotted. Though some things I won't compromise on, such as apples and berries. I will do without in these cases.
Love you clothing!!!

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