“It came without ribbons. It came without tags. It came without packages, boxes or bags.” Watching The Grinch Who Stole Christmas was a family tradition during this season. I still seek out covers of “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch” – this version by the Pentatonix is currently my favorite. There were abundant gifts, and to this day I’m likely to be surprised by something in the mail.
Even traditions come with costs, as this sobering Thursday December 24, 2020 Daily Kos article by Laura Clawson “Wait a second! Should you be recycling that Christmas wrapping?” reminds us. Not all gift-wrapping gewgaws can be recycled, and items which end up in the wrong bin can contaminate the works. So try to recycle, of course: Ms. Clawson cites a BBC tip – if you can scrunch the paper into a ball and it stays scrunched, it’s probably recyclable – and try to reuse. And maybe feed that tree to a goat.
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