Show us something that you’ve recycled or repurposed, or an object for which you’ve discovered a clever new use, Krista Stevens asked us yesterday. So I strutted through my house, in search of a photo-worthy object. I could have chosen the big gray kettle that I’m using to collect old paper. Or the milk jug that I repurposed into a toilet brush holder.
Then I thought of Mr. Maganga, a passionate teacher I met in Malawi, Africa, in 2014. And I knew that none of my photos expresses the level of recycling he has reached better than this one:
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My Saturday in six words:
RECYCLING THE OLD – CREATING THE NEW
About eight years ago my former boyfriend R made me a beautiful wooden table, which has been the host of many happy early morning breakfasts, outdoor suppers, snacks and long talks by candle light. It has braved summer and winter, sun and snow, but alas its time was up: it literally fell apart.
I have been shopping for a new table, but could not find the right one: it just didn’t feel right. So now my darling V-man has made me this old-new one, the wood supplied by my two sons as a birthday gift. I am such a happy outdoor camper! 😀
Have a Sunny Saturday x
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