I originally posted this on reprezent98201 but wanted to bring it over here because it’s a great peek into another daily [simple!] thing that turns into a piece of heritage.
I promise you won’t be disappointed when you read my guest post over at Nourishing Simplicity all the way to the end. Katie Mae covered a bunch of cloth alternatives to our everyday disposable items like napkins, paper towels, shopping bags, etc. I had the honor of sharing my story of just how wonderful cloth napkins are, especially because they are a family tradition. Take a chance and head over to Nourishing Simplicity and immerse yourself in a story I think you will enjoy. Here’s a teaser…
Why are cloth napkins so important to me? They’re a legacy, a tradition, a mainstay in the fabric of our family [double meaning intended]. As long as I can remember, we’ve used cloth napkins. They’re financially responsible, they’re good for the environment, and they have love in them. Really.
Hop on over to Nourishing Simplicity for the rest!