Recycling like crazy

They say that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.  Well, that’s why we have been recycling like crazy.  First, we donated that weird Indonesian oil painting to a thrift shop.  Then, we donated two boring Hawaiian paintings.  Finally, we donated about 100 CDs, such as screechy Celine Dion and yucky Barbra Streisand.  I told David that if we no longer listen to certain CDs, then we should let other listeners enjoy them.

This is our CD cabinet, which has been pruned of unwanted CDs.  We have more space now to add CDs more to our liking.  We tend to prefer classical music, but we do have some pop, rock, Broadway musicals, movie soundtracks, Hawaiian music, and Christmas music, too:

CD cabinet reorganized 003-A

By the way, we plan to install a 30,000 BTU split air conditioner above the CD cabinet.   It will be a Mitsubishi, and we were told that it will lower our electric bill, because it is more efficient than the old air conditioner we have on an adjacent wall.  The temple rubbing above the cabinet will then be relocated to our hallway.  We will have to buy a smaller painting to fit below the new air conditioner.

7 Responses to “Recycling like crazy”

  1. Christine Says:

    great idea to donate the cds, I should do the same as I just listen to the odd song on youtube these days.

  2. DJan Says:

    Nice to get rid of things you don’t use. Or listen to, but I love Barbra. 🙂

  3. Cathy Says:

    It’s funny how our tastes change over the years. The CD donations never lasted long on the shelves of the charity shop I used to volunteer at. In today – rehomed tomorrow!

  4. DeniseinVA Says:

    We have just donated about the same in VHS tapes, hoping that someone out there will still have a player.

  5. Olga Says:

    Keeping your home comfortable and enjoyable keeps you both busy. I like things uncluttered.

  6. Beatrice Says:

    Donating to local thrift stores is annongoing project with us as well.

  7. honoluluaunty91 Says:

    Mitsubishi units are the best. Great job on recycling!

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