Ferdie to Bob

  • Boojferd
    Dear Bob, here are some photos of my life here on the campus of Concordia Seminary. I love kids, working with the grounds crew, swimming, playing with my dog friends, and especially my own family people.
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    October 18, 2012



    We are trying to be better about recycling. A lid is great so papers won't get wet. I live in Collinsville, I do not have one. Do I have to call and request it?

    Diane Meyer

    Ann, no you don't have to call, they are delivering. I guess it will take some days to get the entire city finished.


    Always good to recyle. I take most of my cans, glass, and paper to local church.

    Mike Cornelia

    That is great! My town just got the large containers as well. I hope it makes a difference. My family and I try to find a new way of living sustainably each week. This past week we decided on getting rid of the usual brand toilet paper and going with wholesale toilet paper. It is cheaper, green-certified, and eliminates the large quantity of paper rolls that are improperly recycled each year. It has been good so far. I hope we can make these rolls last a lot longer than the usual brand!


    Your recycling cart is blue?? My recylcing cart is brown, the garbage cart is green and the yard waste cart is blue. I think I'd have a hard time adjusting to life in Collinsville and I'm not even color-blind.

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