Perhaps you recall my ongoing correspondence with the Sierra Club. Perhaps additionally, as a probable resident of the United States, you are aware of the heat wave going on. Well! If you would like to know what happens when your hostess receives correspondence from her favorite extravagant envelope-stuffers while crazy from the heat, read on!
So, I got another mailing from the Sierra Club.
They're making some promises.
Oh wooowww, a cheap bag nobody needs that will end up in the landfill? Thanks, Sierra Club! What a boon to our toubled environment!
Last time I wrote to them I promised that I would step it up each time they continued sending me thick envelopes of wasted paper and vinyl. I would keep returning parcels to them, on their own dime, using this handy self-addressed postage-paid envelope.
Only now, I will start adding continually heavier items to the packages I send back to Sierra Club. Sierra Club likes to send a bunch of useless crap to everybody, such as multipe vinyl calendars and decals per year, and I figured, "I've got a bunch of useless crap," so.
First, a flour sifter. I have two others, and I never sift flour. So, here you go, Sierra Club! Make a cake or something!
I also had this trivet, which is broken. Sierra Club, you care about the environment, make this into something useful!
Finally, this vintage Tupperware lid. Sierra Club, this lid will fit on any number of vintage Tupperware cylindrical vessels, commonly found in orange, avocado, and goldenrod. Enjoy!
I topped the items in the parcel with the vinyl sticker and calendar strip, cushioning them with the shredded wall map and the other paper materials that came in the latest Sierra Club mailing, because I care about the environment.
I shipped it all in a reused Priority Mail box, wrapped it in repurposed paper bags from the local market, becuase I am ecological like that, Sierra Club.
Here is the correspondence I included in the package.
And here is the package.
You are welcome, planet Earth.