March 08, 2019
February 03, 2019
Waist not, want not
Good use of refuse!
Cute—I don’t remember this one.
You made your bed, now sleep in it.
Hope it doesn’t rain.
Woodstock was a recycling pioneer.
I’ve heard of a silver-lining. Is this a paper lining?
When you’re a bird, paper is good for something.
As Dale Carnegie said, “If someone throws you a lemon, make lemonade.”
Electronic Word Processors, and then computers .. sure saved a lot of paper/trees.
Snoopy’s lack of inspiration becomes Woodstock’s insulation.
We used to brush our dog on the back deck. The birds loved the fluff.
Was watching a YouTube video of the Apollo 11 launch and they had a commercial with Ali MacGraw for International Paper Company where she had a bikini made from paper…https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxUMff51V90
Woodstock is resourceful!
Always recycle, kids.
Very resourceful bird is Woodstock.
One dogs trash is another birds treasure
Is this nest material safe enough for “A dark and stormy night”?
His writing may be garbage, but one dog’s trash is another bird’s treasure.
wallpapering the nest with rejected pages from a classic. never run out of things to read while eating breakfast or just sipping coffee.
Now Snoopy would be using a computer, and Woodstock would be out of luck.
Any writer will tell you rejection slips make great insulation. . . .
One mans garbage is another mans bed…
Snoopy needs a dark and stormy night to get started
Whose thoughts are working better??
Woodstock profits from Snoopy’s failures.
He’ll have enough for all the spare bedrooms and the library soon.
Adaptive reuse—wonderful and ecologically sound. Bravo.
one man’s trash is another man’s treasure
Woodstock can do this, but he can’t fly well?
Woodstock knows how to recycle.
Not sure if it would trap in the air and be warm or trap in the air and be cold.
Now that’s what I call recycling.
That’s one way to build a nest, Woodstock!
The ecosystem works fine. One man’s waste is another one’s use.