I've found a new website that has some interesting items. Deb and Cindy find treasures in the Middle Tennessee area and want to share what they have found. Their website is www.auntsisterspicks.com, and they sell on Etsy. They remind me of the grand Southern tradition of re-use and re-purposing. If you had a grandmother with a drawer full of bread ties, then you know what I mean. You probably had a nice jewelry collection made of bread ties, as long as Grandma, Granny, MeMaw, Mawmaw or whoever didn't catch you. If you have washed red solo cups like they were a part of your good china, you know where I'm coming from. I have also heard of people washing aluminum foil for reuse. I do love aluminum foil and cannot cook without it, but I can't bring myself to wash it and use it again. I use it specifically so that I don't have to wash. Southerners have been "green" for decades. Next time you need that special piece of furniture or anything interesting for the house, hit the flea market or yard sales. You will probably find items with more character and will save them from the dump.