Monthly Archives: June 2008

Linktastic – for Sophie

To remember: Discount School Supplies. Including lots of inexpensive art supplies. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

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Garden – Weeds?

I planted a bunch of native wildflower seeds in the front and back beds and lots of sprouts and shoots and greenery is coming up. Now I’m having a hard time knowing what was intentional and what is just a … Continue reading

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Linktastic

Toasted Ravioli recipe. Yum. Decadent. Mmmm, Cheesecake Pops. I might have to make these for my neighbors’ big BBQ party in July. Also, this book looks fantastic: Sticky, Chewy, Messy Easy Produce Cleaning/Draining Bag Net Thingy. Interesting: Recipe: Grilled Apple … Continue reading

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Baking Soda

I’ve been using baking soda instead of shampoo now for about a month. I have a cup in the bathroom and I put in about 1/4 cup or less and then add a bit of water to mix it up. … Continue reading

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Tardis Cake

I love this cake – it’s the Tardis from Doctor Who. On that note, I highly recommend the Doctor Who series from the BBC. Series 1 was good, but Series 2 with David Tennant? He is simply fantastic as The … Continue reading

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Where the Hell is Matt?

I know this has already been all around the internets, but I just watched “Where the Hell is Matt?” again and it filled me with extreme warm fuzzies. And no, it’s not Matt Lauer. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post … Continue reading

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The ol’ bag of water trick

Extra! Extra! Bag of water scares away flies! (via CasaSugar) Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

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Ouch.

We heat our old house with steam radiators. Which means an oil-fueled boiler. Last year, we pre-bought 1,000 gallons of oil to last through the season. We used around 950 gallons. There is still a half tank left and we’re … Continue reading

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New Sunscreen – SPF-50

I’ve found a sunscreen with which I’m pretty happy. It’s SPF-50, all natural, has a high effectiveness rating (1 out of 10) at the Cosmetics Database, and has a very slight scent that I don’t mind at all. It’s called … Continue reading

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Lab Testing – rancid prescription drug

Anyone know anyone who’d be willing to do some testing on my rancid medication to let me know what now exists in that bottle? I’d like to know what I ingested Friday morning. Know someone with access to a lab? … Continue reading

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