Friday, February 27, 2015

Friday . . .

Who will be making pancakes tomorrow? 
(Tomorrow is National Pancake Day!)

Monday, February 23, 2015

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Please pray . . .

 It makes no difference whether they be Catholic, Orthodox or Protestant. They are Christians! Their blood is one and the same. Their blood confesses Christ."

Let us join in prayer with our Holy Father and in communion with all Christians who are persecuted, especially those who live and profess their faith under the threat of violence and death.

Monday, February 9, 2015

Peroxide #5 . . .

#5 Remove Stains from Fabric

Three-percent hydrogen peroxide can be used to remove tough spots and stains on clothing, including bloodstains. Pour on the spot, let sit for a minute, then rub and rinse with cold water. Note that peroxide is a bleach, so use carefully on colors—it might lift both the stain and color. To remove stains of unknown origin, Readers Digest recommends this sure-fire method: Mix 1 teaspoon hydrogen peroxide with a little cream of tartar or non-gel toothpaste, rub the mixture into the stain with a soft cloth until the stain in lifted, and then launder as usual.

Friday, February 6, 2015

Peroxide #4

Whiten Your Teeth
For a sparkly smile, after brushing, dilute a small amount of 3-percent hydrogen peroxide with the same amount of water and swish around your mouth for 30 to 60 seconds, taking care not to swallow. Spit and rinse with water. Repeat daily for two weeks to see whiter teeth. After the initial two weeks, most experts recommend spacing out the hydrogen peroxide swish to once a week for maintenance. The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends consulting a dentist before using an at-home bleaching product like peroxide, and especially if you have dark stains, or many crowns and fillings. 

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Friends? . . .

This is me and my friends around 3 each day!! 

Just kidding! . . .  but I do love this graphic so I guess I'm wishing!

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Peroxide #3 . . .

#3 Protect Your Garden

Many things can be detrimental to your carefully tended garden, including insects, mildew, and root rot. Spraying plants—or soaking seeds before planting—with hydrogen peroxide could deter hungry animals and insects and prevent fungus from flourishing on both leaves and roots. recommends combining 1 ounce of 40-percent strength hydrogen peroxide with 1 gallon fresh water for use as a gardening solution.

Tuesday, February 3, 2015


Punxsutawney Phil heads to Florida after predicting 6 more weeks of winter.

Smart guy!!

Monday, February 2, 2015


Guess what?
He saw his shadow!
So much for an early Spring!

Sunday, February 1, 2015