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Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Wordless Wednesday...Keep it Wordless

Wordless Wednesday... want to join?
Link your Wordless post below... today's subject...
Earth Day

1. Debbie @...Plate Addict
2. dana of the stone rabbit
3. Heidi Pocketbook
4. Marjorie Molly's country memories homeplace
5. Nancy@MyCraftyLittlePage
6. Anne Fannie
7. Christine (xinex)
8. Kathy
9. Candy
10. Terry
11. BassAckwards Mom
12. Jo - Scene through My Eyes
13. Chandy
14. Mozi Esme
15. Roberta Anne
16. Barbara,PurpleGoat Lady
17. Joan J
18. Debbie
19. Deb
20. Sususerific- Naomi
21. Laura
22. ANN
23. Leah
24. Becky
25. Heather
26. Sue
27. Jill
28. Carla
29. Linda C

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prof en retraite said...

Hi Dixie! Wow! Such great pics! Those stacks of cans really make you think! I think all of those Diet Coke cans were mine!!! Hope you are having a great week!...hugs...Debbie

dana said...

OMG---all of those cans are just frightening!! Unfortunately, I think the Diet Pepsi ones are MINE!! Debbie and are the the culprits! :) I DO recycle them, so I hope that helps a bit!

Have a great Earth Day and WW!! Dana

Heidi Pocketbook said...

I cannot tell a lie. Those diet coke cans are MINE! mwhaaa

That is a really cool last shot.

Hope your Wednesday is good, Dixie☺ Thanks for being such a good hostess!

My Crafty Little Page said...

The cans are just mind boggling. We generate too much trash at our house and need to work on that! Thanks for a reality reminder. xoxo Nancy

Anne Fannie said...

Hi Ms. Dixie,
I can't believe all those cans! I hate collecting cans, they make such a mess.....ooops, I guess I can't say that on Earth Day!

bj said...

oH gosh..Dixie..I worry about it all the time..All those plastic bags from the groc. store, Walmart and every where else..all the styrofoam that will NEVER go away..
and they call it PROGRESS !
xo bj

mbkatc230 said...

The pictures of all those cans is just mind boggling. One of my co-workers has contributed all of the Dr. Pepper cans! We do recycle, but I'm staring to think we should go back to the glass bottles that you return. Kathy

xinex said...

Wow! That's a lot of cans. I wish they have a recycle pick up here cause we sure drink a lot of cokes...Christine

Terry said...

Seeing all those cans makes me glad we drink Ice Tea .
Love those pictures just amazing how anyone can work pulling all those cans behind them. Love your blog today.
Have a blessed Earth day !

bassackwards mom said...

what a great post for honoring Earth Day this week!!! thanks for sharing!!

Chandy said...

Will be joining you soon! I love all those pictures! We sure can do more to help mother nature!

Jill said...

Happy WW! Great pics!!!!!!!!!! Where's mr. LINKY????

Smilingsal said...

You do such a good job of not "speaking" each Wednesday. I wish all of the participants would also refrain. lol

debbie said...


Deb said...


Thank you for hosting...great photos

SuSuseriffic said...

I forgot what day it was untill I say your post......I put up Earth centered pictures of two outside based vactions we had last year. I love being in nature! Happy WW Dixie and all!

caren said...

Happy Earth Day! Amazing pictures - goes to show you how "trashy" we are!!!

LMH said...

We are all a bunch of diet coke drinking women!

Is that a good or bad thing? Never mind...


ann said...

where did you get such GREAT pics.until yesterday late.............i thought the word was just to say,i've been under the gun/eekkkk!but i made it.maybe not my best.but i couldn't let my ms Dixie down ,now could i?,,,ann

Raggedy Girl said...


Thank you for hosting Wordless Wednesday, it is one of my favorites and I look forward to it each week.

Roberta Anne, the Raggedy Girl

Sue said...

Thanks for the opportunity to show my picture. The Sierras were the most beautiful mountains I have ever seen, and I grew up in New Mexico!

Mama said...

Hi Dixie, Great photos, Happy Earth Day. I think we are pretty good at recycling here, but our son is the expert and when he visits he tells us how we can be even better at it :-), Kathy.

Linda C said...

Great pics, Dixie!

Have to tell you that I LOVE your new blog banner--I just want to meander down that dirt road and be in the country:)

Happy WW!

Linda C

Leah said...

That is a lot of cans!!!

Great pictures. :)

Carla said...

Cool photos!
The second one reminds me of my kiddos, dragging a long line of milk jugs down the street to the recycle center:)
Have a GREAT Earth Day.

Rechelle ~Walnuthaven Cottage~ said...

Hey dixie! Happy Earth Day!
Great shots but the cans and jugs really make a person think just how much "we" consume. I was raised "green" and never thought twice about recycling. Now we recycle anything we can and re-use, re-purpose and reinvent as much as we can.
Mother Earth is beautiful and I hope many will make the commitment to treat her like the lady she is.

MoziEsmé said...

definitely timely photos!

I worked at a recycle company for a bit, so those bales of cans look too familiar...

trash talk said...

What were we thinking when we allowed them to do away with returnable bottles? Coke doesn't even taste the same in cans or plastic. Great pix. Debbie

~CC Catherine said...

Hi Dixie, My Tx Lady! ;) You're Wordless Wednesday Earth Day pics are FAB! They really make one ponder on how important recycling is! WOW! ~CC Catherine

LMH said...

Left you a little surprise on my blog-


Margaret Cloud said...

Thank you for the email. I like your pictures and one thing I am thankful is when they started to recycle. My wonderful granddaughter started us recycling, about 16 years ago, she came home from school one day and came up to me and said "grandma you need to start recycling" and we did. I hope you had a nice Earth Day.

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Dixie, No words needed! Those soda cans are amazing and scary! laurie

nikkicrumpet said...

Great post....I have that many cans in my garage waiting for the neighbor kids to come and get them. I never get around to turning them we donate them to the local school. I probably should just stop drinking so dang much soda lol

Bonjour Madame said...

I'm thinking I should go buy a water filter instead of using bottled water. That's a lot of trash!

momma said...

great post!! i'm sorry i missed this week - been gone on Easter Break. i'm here now, getting the info for this coming week's ww.