A Tribute to Kathryn Treat – RIP

My voice sounds a little weird because I have a cold at the moment. Please consider making your own little #pour1out4MCS video – it’s easy, fun, and raises awareness for a really good cause. Link to your videos in the comments – who knows? I may turn this into a raffle if enough people jump on board.

Miss you, Kathryn.

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13 thoughts on “A Tribute to Kathryn Treat – RIP

  1. Nice thought, but I really hope no-one with MCS lives in the area where you poured that out, because they won’t be able to be in that area for days, weeks, or even months, depending on what chemicals were in there, and how long it takes for them to get washed away… If someone with MCS lived close enough (could even be blocks away) upwind, they’d have to seal their windows and doors shut, and could be really sick for the duration…

    I also don’t recommend people pour these things down the drain, since the chemicals are being found in lakes, rivers, and our drinking water sources…

    Please take them to a Hazardous Materials Depot, because that’s where they belong!

      1. I just found this video: People could get rid of fragrance by filling a small container with dirt, or zeolite even, then pour the fragrance chemicals in. Shut the lid, then put it in the trash. I can’t think of a safer way to get rid off it. I love, love, love that you did this! Oh, I think it splashed on your shoes! 🐰

    1. That’s how I am too, I’m trying out dabs of essential oils instead. But I have a bottle of perfume I got as a gift when I was 13 years old and it’s still more than half-full. That one I’m having more trouble getting rid of since I’ve had it so long – ironically, the amount of time I’ve kept it is also part of the reason I hardly use it!

  2. PS: our world needs more people like you. Thank you for spreading our message. And thank you for talking about Kathrine the way you did. I hope her family see this. They’d be so proud to see she touched your life, spirit and intentions in this way. I’m going to put this on my blog xo 🐰 Be well! ❤️💙💚

    1. Thank you so much! That’s very kind of you to say. I hope her friends and family see it too. One downside of being internet friends is that you don’t usually get connected to friends/family of internet friends. If you’re out there, though, I hope you like it! Kathryn was awesome, I’m glad I knew her. 🙂

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