Books, there is no way I will give up my books. I know that reading them on the pc is so much more enviro friendly, but my desk top doesn't fit snugly on my char with me, and look at a screen for too long will set off a migraine. I can however read a book all day and late into the night without an issue.
My Truck. Unless someone is willing to give me a few work horses and a wagon, I need my truck to transport animals and feed as well as equipment. I don't like the price I have to pay for gas, but a truck out here is a necessary evil.
Red Meat. Sorry my vegan friends, but I will continue to eat meat. I was vegan for a very long time, and not only did my body say no more, but I stopped enjoying eating nothing but veggies. Still eat lots and lots of veggies, but a good local raised bloody steak is just the bees knees.
My motorcycle. It's old, (1949) leeks, doesn't comply with EPA standards, but she is mine and I love her for all her flaws. I am not very materialistic, but there is something about motorcycles that is hard not to love. She can get me where I need to go (as long as the speed limit isn't over 55mph) she can haul all the kids and groceries, well she will when she is no longer a basketcase.
and finally the last thing that I refuse to give up is. . . my gas/propane stove. Can't can on electric.
goody goody, it is confession time for;
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