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17 Jan 19
freckled fancy free

Let me start this one off by assuring you all (4 of you) that I will NOT be doing this regularly, but I wanted to make a few comments. I’m a 32 year old woman who LOVES to eat. Not just anything, but when I like a food, I REALLY like to shove it down […]

17 Jan 19
Universal Appliance Repair

Pressure washers, also called power washers, have enabled people to clean their property at their own convenience rather than hiring a costly professional service. These washers use either electric or gas motor with a pump and a nozzle that boosts the flow of water from the garden hose. Purchasing a power washer is a great […]

17 Jan 19
Normal in Training

Sometimes I wonder if other people have to will themselves to get through the day like I do. I know it’s not compassionate to compare myself to other people, but sometimes that’s what I do. Like, when my brother and I were living in a one bedroom apartment and we had even less personal space […]

17 Jan 19
WNEP.com

WILKES-BARRE/SCRANTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT — Members of the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport (AVP) administration are organizing a donation drive to help airport workers during the partial government shutdown. The drive is meant to help about 100 TSA, FAA, and Customs and Border Protection workers at the airport. A food donation drive has started at @flyavp for federal […]

17 Jan 19
SMLC Family Parish News (electronic version)

There is much power in recalling and retelling our stories of faith. To share how it is that  we have experienced God acting in our lives to bless us—and to bless others through us—is a life-changing truth that shines a light in the darkness. It nourishes our faith by returning us to our roots in […]

17 Jan 19
Brownies, Guides and Sparks

This is the Kit List that I have prepared for our trip to the Jungle Cat World Zoo. It will be taking place in early April – an unpredictable time to be outside in Ontario. Since I am handing out trip forms to parents in February, there are going to be a lot of items […]

17 Jan 19
All About the Grub

As many of you know, I normally don’t blog unless I’ve got a recipe to share, but once in a blue moon I run my mouth. Last time, I ranted endlessly about going keto vs. low carb. If it makes you feel any better, I don’t think this post is going to be quite as […]

17 Jan 19
David Allen Cole

One of the responsibilities I had at home was to do the family laundry, which was a challenge since we didn’t have a clothes washer or dryer. I was never one to tell my Mom no when she asked me to do something, so I readily agreed. My Mom would put the clothes in a […]

17 Jan 19
On My Soap Box: Something to think about

On Sunday morning while driving my usual path to church I was met with a most beautiful sight.  I immediately took my phone out, stopping the car of course, and took a few photos of the path ahead. The road was uphill and had bush on both sides but looking straight ahead, the top of the […]

17 Jan 19
Variety

BritBox has hit 500,000 subscribers, the SVOD service announced Thursday. The streaming platform, launched as a collaboration between BBC Studios and ITV, is designed to offer U.S. and Canadian viewers the best of recent and classic British television content. The streaming service saw its initial launch in the U.S. in March 2017 with a host […]

17 Jan 19
Windsor Star

Thousands of dolls needing a new home have found one in the historic Gordon House in Amherstburg. What could be the largest international doll collection in Ontario will be shown on a rotating basis at the Gordon House Information Tourist Centre on Dalhousie Street. “We’re excited. We are a historic community so it’s a perfect […]

17 Jan 19
Free Filly

Part two a guide & advise to tack cleaning and fitting So now we have our grooming kit ready its time to make sure we have all our equipment and tack in good order. To make sure that everything is clean and supple I went out to buy a tack cleaning kit. We need saddle […]

17 Jan 19
heartprintsdotcom

Thursday, January 17, 2019 Today I am grateful for perfume.  As long as it stays in the bottle. . .or the bedroom.  I have had a love/hate/love/hate/hate/hate relationship with perfume that goes back as far as my aging memory.   When I was a kid we had grandparents that lived an hour away.  A couple […]

17 Jan 19
Restless Feet Adventures

I went camping for the first time at the end of 2018 with my best friends from middle school. It was my first time camping without my parents, and this was during the federal government shutdown, so I wasn’t sure what to expect.

17 Jan 19
Green teens eat beans

Being vegan it is hard know what toiletries to pack whether your going camping or a trip abroad! So hopefully I can help you out with my top 5 toiletries to include! No.1 Lush shampoo bar These bars are absolutely brilliant! They may seem a little pricy, but totally worth it! They last super long […]

17 Jan 19
Part-Time Poet

It’s quiet save for the plip plop, drip drop of melting snow, thawing softly like a mother gently rinsing soap from her child’s skin. It’s eerie the light shone from the moon, virginal, angelic, so very pure it’s magical this light, reflecting the last postage stamp pockets of snow on this zealous yule night.