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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

It feels like fall y’all, and in only eight days….


Well y’all I am sitting at my kitchen table with my windows open and the cool crisp fall breeze is blowing in, there is a pot of soup on the stove and in exactly eight day the hubs and I are off to San Francisco for a few days vacation. Whoooooo Hoooooooo!!!!!!!

I’m off tomorrow to do a bit of shopping, vacation trips usually set my shopping anxiety aside, sometime ya just gotta have a little something new for a trip, if ya know what I mean.

I might even go for the whole nine yards and do a manicure & pedicure for the occasion.

We fly to San Francisco and we plan to spend some time in Napa Valley as well.  I am going to buy a spare memory card for the trip so I will not be hindered in my picture taking.

Before my vacation euphoria travel anxiety completely takes over I wanted to get at least one more post in before I am wrapped up in packing, laundry and making all the last minute details with those who will be in charge of the DD while we are gone. Children and pets tend to require additional pesky details when planning vacations.

Thankfully I have wonderful friends and a sister who loves animals, so I am covered on both fronts in regard to the daughter and the dog.

Over the last few days there has been a real hint of fall in the air. It motivated me over the weekend to pack up my summer flower fake arrangements and place my fall colors out.

I have always been a bit challenged in the decorating arena but I have over the last few years, since moving into a new space begun to acquire a few small fall accessories.

I won’t win any southern living tablescape awards, but it was fun to get a bit of the seasonal touchs around the place.


Ever since my “Emmaus” weekend I have been drawn to rosters and chickens. I found this little guy at the hobby lobby last fall.


I love these angles with their fall leaves for wings!! Very festive!


And this little guy was tucked in a bag of fall potpourris and it has now found a home in my Christmas cactus!


These fall flowers are on my kitchen counter. They just give the kitchen a bit of fall color.


Happy Fall Y’all!

My soup is simmering away and I may even make a batch of corn bread to sop it up with!



Thursday, September 24, 2009

Here is a question for you!

How much time do you spend blogging?

How many blog’s do you follow?

Do you read every blog you follow every day?

Do you use your Google reader or Blogroll to follow a blog?

I just counted. The number of blog’s in my blog roll is 66 the number of blog’s in my Google reader is 26. All of the blog’s in my Google reader are in my blogroll. If I unfollow someone's blog from Google reader but still keep them in my blogroll is that rude? You know us southern girls, it’s all about  being polite!

With 66 blog in my blog roll I just can’t get to every one every day. I give my blog roll a once over in the morning and pick the post titles that jump out at me. If I have a boat load of time on my hands and have nothing else pressing I will from time to time try to make it down the entire list but that hardly ever happens.

Do y’all use your Google reader, because I just don’t. I find it so much easier to put a new blog I find in my blog roll and then track that blog from there.

How much time do you spend blogging?

Do you post every day?

Do you have a backlog of post’s in your draft folder waiting for a rainy day?

Do you post immediately after completion or do you schedule your post for the next day?

The answer is I spend way to much time on blogging, really way to much, but hey it is what it is! I just love it!Some weeks I post all the time and other weeks I can go the whole week without a post worthy thought! I also have a few post hanging out in my draft folder but the truth is I always forget they are there and they never get posted. What’s my name again????

Here is another question.

Do you ever have blog envy? Ya know all the blog’s out there with hundred’s of followers (I ran across on the other day with over 500 followers, I left immediatly it was just to overwhelming) and you wonder how’d that happen?

Is it a matter of time, is it a matter of compelling, humorous, thought provoking content or common interest that builds up your following? or does it simple not matter to you?

I am drawn to like minded blog’s. If you love Jesus, well I’ll show up and stay awhile. If your on the verge of menopause well I pull up a chair and weep and fan myself along with you. If you have been there and done that then I want to sit at your feet and glean from your wisdom. If I laugh until I cry well I be back for more! If I have an aaa haa moment well your in babe! That’s what attracts me to a blog!

So what does it for you? Why do you sign up to follow a blog?

Here is one more.

Do you respond to every comment left on a post?

Who has the time??? I do however respond to all first time visitors. Again it’s that southern thing. It simply would be too rude not to stop by and say thank you!

I will make a disclaimer here, since I’m all about being polite today. If I show up and thank you twice it is simply because I no longer have short term memory. You may have visited before but I am having a peri-menopausal moment and simply can’t remember!

Why did I come in here?


Inquiring minds while I still have one want to know what y’all think and what y’all do!



Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Random Dozen #3

Join me over at 2nd Cup of Coffee for this weeks Random Dozen


1. Please share one middle school memory. It can be good, bad, ugly, funny. Pictures or words, I don't care, just share.

Just showing my age here!!! We did not have middle school. Back in the day we had elementary school from Kindergarten thru 8th in one school. Some of my memories include having to memorize “The Raven” by Edgar Allen Poe, and no I don’t remember any of it now! Knee socks, polyester, Bobby Sherman, Donny Osmond, The Partridge Family, Lost In Space, drawing pictures of my wedding dress on notebook paper over and over and over again! My best friend lived down stairs in the apartment below us. Making chewing gum wrapper chains, mine was really really long…

2. What's your favorite Beatles song?

Can’t pick, love them all!!!!!

3. If I asked you to describe your most comfortable outfit, what would it be?


4. Would you rather host a party or be a guest?

Both, I enjoying getting in the kitchen and cooking up a storm. It’s my grandma coming out in me. She could whip up dinner for 20 at the last minutes and not break a sweat. I love menu planning for thanksgiving and Christmas and trying new recipes. Love having pot luck’s where everyone gathers and we all bring something and then just hang out and have a good time.

5. Do you think we will move completely from traditional books to digital ones, and if we do, are you OK with that?

I would love to have a Kindle, but I think they are very expensive. I think all text book should be in this format…having a DD with back issues I think having an electronic version on a hand held device is just the ticket. Not to mention the benefits to the environment less consumer waste and less use of paper & resources. However there is just something about having a book in your hands. I have several books that I re-read all the time. Having something tangible to hold in my hand and the feel of the pages well there is just something so special about that. Plus I will never ever give up my bible. It has to be in my hands and I have to be able hold it close, write in the margins and weep over it, pray with it and one day give it to my daughter.

So I think there is a definite benefit to this format but I would hate to see all printed book go away.

6. Do you learn best by reading, listening or experiencing?

Experiencing. I do best when I get in there and give it a go.

7. If you are (or when you were) single, what is the kiss of death for you concerning the opposite sex? (That is, what is one trait or behavior or habit or anything at all that immediately turns you off from considering that person a potential match for you?)

Here is the thing…the statement of “If I only knew then what I know now!” Well let’s just say that things would have been very different…and that’s all I can say about that!

8. Snacks. Salty or sweet?

Sweet every time.

9. Look around you in a four foot radius. What object is around you that you didn't realize was there or forgot was there? How long has it been there?

That’s a hard one. I am currently at the kitchen table. So most of the items with in a 4 foot radius are objects that I use on a daily basis. So to be perfectly honest…my kitchen floor is always in need of sweeping so does the days tracking in and out of foreign mater all over my kitchen floor count as an object? And NO! I don’t think I will share how often I sweep my kitchen floor!

10. What is your favorite Tom Cruise movie?

It’s a toss up…

“Show me the money” Jerry Maguire


“You can’t handle the truth” A Few Good Men


“I feel the need for SPEED!” Top Gun

11. You buy a bottle of shampoo and discover that you don't like what it does to your hair at all. What do you do with that full bottle?

I am far too practical and totally not into hair/makeup/accessories. I was thinking just last Sunday of what my life would be like if I never had to put make up on ever again. I would happily live the rest of my life without ever having to apply foundation or lipstick ever again. But I digress… the question about shampoo is in reality I would use the bottle up and then just not ever by that brand of shampoo again.

12. Your favorite Fall comfort food? (Last week it was beverage.)

A mug of warm spiced apple cider with a cinnamon stick, it just screams going to a fall festival and walking through a pumpkin patch!


Robin A.K.A the one who finally had time to do a Random Dozen Meme this week!

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Look what we found!

It was an amazing discovery! Several weeks ago as skoots1mom and I were walking back to our cars after our morning work out our pioneering spirit took over.

We had had a morning of rain and as we walked down to the clubhouse where the workout room is we both commented how soothing the sound of the creek was and how wonderful it would be to sit on the deck above us and listen to the babbling water and drink a cup of morning coffee.

The area behind the clubhouse is very densely wooded and you can not see any evidence of the creek, you can certainly hear it but with the trees and thick ground cover  it remains very well hidden.

We had finished out workout and were hiding back to our cars when through a very tiny crack in the foliage we could see something.

We set off to do a bit of exploring.

Within a very few minutes this is what we found!

With all the rain we have had over that last few days I took the opportunity this morning before my workout to go back down to the waterfall and capture a few minutes of this amazing-ness.

I have to tell ya, I have lived in this neighborhood for nearly four years. In all that time I had no idea that this amazing waterfall even existed.

Is God awesome or what!

Although all this rain has reeked havoc in many of the surrounding areas it has also brought forth this beautiful waterfall.

And I wanted to share it with all of you!



Monday, September 21, 2009

A little rain…NOT…a whole lotta rain…YOU BET!!!

Thankfully the rain did not impact our neighborhood beyond some slight pooling at the bottom of the hills which are plentiful in my neighborhood as there is not a street in the neighborhood that run level.

This is a small very small,  by comparison as some people have been dealing with sever flooding and there have even been reports of the floods causing at least two deaths in this county alone, taste of what we have been dealing with today.

We usually get a small amount of water in the back yard during a heavy down pour and then it quickly recedes. Thankful my street has a significant slope to it so all the water is quickly washing down the hill.

Please be in pray for one of my friends who had about 6 inches of water in her home and the rain is still falling.



We can’t see it yet, but I know it’s coming…please pray!


Please be in prayer for us down here in the south. 

We have been saturated with consistent rain for several days and there seems to be more on the way. Neighborhoods are flooding and they have canceled the county school today.

I just received word from skoots1mom that a close friend of ours has flooding in their house.

Please pray for all those effected by this flooding.

I know the rainbow is coming but I needed to remind myself of God’s unfailing covenant with us.

GE 9:8 Then God said to Noah and to his sons with him: 9 "I now establish my covenant with you and with your descendants after you 10 and with every living creature that was with you--the birds, the livestock and all the wild animals, all those that came out of the ark with you--every living creature on earth. 11 I establish my covenant with you: Never again will all life be cut off by the waters of a flood; never again will there be a flood to destroy the earth."

   GE 9:12 And God said, "This is the sign of the covenant I am making between me and you and every living creature with you, a covenant for all generations to come: 13 I have set my rainbow in the clouds, and it will be the sign of the covenant between me and the earth. 14 Whenever I bring clouds over the earth and the rainbow appears in the clouds, 15 I will remember my covenant between me and you and all living creatures of every kind. Never again will the waters become a flood to destroy all life. 16 Whenever the rainbow appears in the clouds, I will see it and remember the everlasting covenant between God and all living creatures of every kind on the earth."

   GE 9:17 So God said to Noah, "This is the sign of the covenant I have established between me and all life on the earth."



Saturday, September 19, 2009

I was #216


So what did y’all do this morning!

Well, It was pouring down rain. I sat listening to the rain, warm and dry in my jammies drinking my coffee. I nearly convinced myself to stay at home. But my civic duty won out. I put on my husbands red shirt (red is the Save the Library campaign color) grabbed my red umbrella and headed out the door this morning to exercise my first amendment right.

You see the economy has taken a very sad toll on our community. The library board (in an unpublicized meeting and unscheduled vote) has voted to close our local library.

This library is less than three years old and is a beautiful multi-million dollar facility with-in walking distance of my house. It is centrally located between the middle school and the high school. The land for this facility was actually donated by two retired Gwinnett county school teachers who taught in the dacula schools to be use for the purpose of building a library for our city.

My DD is an avid reader so we are regular visitors to this facility as well. I can not remember ever pulling into the parking lot when it was not bustling with activity. This library is a well used by the community and a valuable resource as well.

To my surprise I was not alone.

To my shock the morning downpour did not deter. There were hundreds of people gathering to participate in the “Save The Dacula Library Rally”

We assembled at a local church and then peacefully marched in the pouring down rain to the community library.

The line of protestors stretched for the entire 1/2 mile of the route set out.


As we rounded the corner and headed down to the gathering area across from the library there was a Rally organizer counting off each person. Y’all I was #216 out of over 500 in attendance.


Some of the television news channels were there and I am sure there will be article in the local paper.  P1909090007  P1909090009 Well I returned home a little damp, a little hungry but feeling like I had really participated in something special.

I exercised my first amendment right today!

It was good!

It was GREAT and so is our country.

Y’all pray for the library board as they meet on this Tuesday to reconsider their decision.


So when was the last time you exercised your first amendment right?????




Amendment 1 - Freedom of Religion, Press, Expression. Ratified 12/15/1791. Note

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

Friday, September 18, 2009

A Peck of Peppers


Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers;
A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked;
If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers,
Where's the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?

My translation:

Me, myself and I picked a peck of sweet peppers

A peck of sweet peppers I did pick

If I did indeed pick a peck of sweet peppers

Where’s the peck of sweet pepper me, myself and I did pick?

Ready for the answer…


In a jar of jelly!

Scrappy Sue over at My Home Wellingtontown gave me the idea. She made a comment the other day about making a relish with all my green peppers. That was just enough of a push to get me thinking past just chopping them up on a salad!

So I dusted off the old mason jars, got busy doing an internet search for exactly what to do with my plethora of green peppers, and then went to the story for supplies.

I did not exactly find any relish recipes (if y’all have any good relish recipes I would love to give them a try) but I did come across several recipes for pepper jelly.

It seemed simple enough so I gave it a go.


Chop and chop…


and chop and chop


And yes I cold have used my food process or but then I would have had to clean it.

Sterilize the jars and lids.


Add 6, yes SIX cups of sugar, 1 cup chopped peppers, 1 1/2 cups apple cider vinegar and stir, stir stir...


Remove for heat and add pectin, I have never made jelly before so I am unfamiliar with this product. The recipe called for 4 ounces but the package failed to tell me exactly how many ounces were in each pouch. But one recipe I found said to use two pouched so I felt safe that I was on the right track.

The recipe also called for four drops of green food coloring.

Well when was the last time you saw the old fashioned little bottles of food coloring in the grocery store.

Y’all remember these.

Does your grocery store still carry these???


I bought a tube of green cake decorating gel, which did nothing but evaporate completely when it got stirred in the the jelly. After the entire tube was squeezed in the jelly it was still not the right color.

Thankfully I had a jar of wilton cake decorating food color and was able to get the desired tint of green for the jelly.


Pour into to jars.

This was a bit messy and the recipe said it would yield 6 pint jars but I only yielded 4,

A pint is a pint is a pint…right????

Into a water bath for five minutes…


and Taaaaaaa Daaaaaaaaaaaa!


Pepper Jelly

Y’all I feel like Caroline Ingalls

Caroline ingalls



Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Another Prayer Shawl Finished and Grounds for Euthanasia…


I used Homespun for this one. I love working with this yarn. It is so very soft and given the texture and the bulkiness of this yarn it makes for quick work. I knocked this one out in about two weeks or so.

I love the colors, Homespun Windsor (the blue), Homespun Pacific (the pale pink and beige variegated) and white.

The colors worked so very beautifully together.


Her is a close up of the colors!


I had just finished off the last edge and folded up up and placed it aside to turn in on Wednesday. My sweet devil puppy decide to curl up on top of it for a small nap.

How very precious I thought.

Until I saw this!IMG_0005



But…God is good!

You see I was on my way out the door to my morning work out and had already instructed my sweet devil puppy to get into his crate BEFORE I spied the HOLE.

Had he not been safely behind bars already I am not sure what would have happen!


I don’t get it…

and really I don’t want to get it either…

I am not a sport enthusiast.

I don’t get football, baseball, tennis, golf, hockey, soccer etc…it all just goes over my head.

Here lately that old familiar feeling of being out of the loop has returned. As football season has gotten back in the swing of things the familiar commercials every two minutes have returned, team flags begin to pop up, cars are decorated, houses are decorated, faces are decorated.

When I check my Facebook page I see all the status updates with witty remarks about the different teams, updates on scores and the lamenting about a loss.

“Roll Tide” what’s that??? Alabama or Tennessee or well you get the picture!

I don’t get it folks.

During a Sunday school lesson or sermon when the inevitable sports analogy is used as an illustration well my mind starts to wander.

When sport figures are mentioned during lunch or just in general conversation I never know who they are.

Confession time: I did not know who Michael Vick was until he got arrested for the dog fighting and then I had to call a friend and ask who he was and why everyone was so upset, and I live in the state that he played football for. Sad but true!

The abbreviations confuse me too, NFL, AFL, NCAA, Pack Ten, the different regions, it just is all too confusing. The terms confuse me, first in 10, line of scrimmage…I don’t know what this means.

Do I want to know? Not really!

After 27 years of marriage I have finally learned to appreciate the delicate intricacies of NASCAR, however the constant sponsor changing and team rearranging is maddening. I get the drivers memorized by the hood sponsor then someone gets their panties in a wad and moves to another team and sometimes they even change car numbers. Well that sends me over the edge. And don’t get me started on the constant rule changing. Now after so many races and so many points they all get wiped clean and the only ones that count are the top 10 or 12 drivers.

The phrase “I don’t get it!” is simple not strong enough!

So now that you all know that I don’t get it, well nothing much changes, I just wanted to get it off my chest.

As the football season gears up for this year I will be the one with the glazed look on my face while everyone else is having a wonderful time going to tailgating parties, buying big foam fingers, wearing team colors and screaming at their televisions!

I’ll be playing Farmville and blog-hopping!



Monday, September 14, 2009

Well let’s try this again! The “I Won…You Win” is on it way!


The “I Won…You Win Giveaway” is on it way to Linda @ 2nd Cup of Coffee.

If you are interested you and click here to read the post about the give away and you can click here to see the official drawing for the winner.

So if you are one of the rare bloggers who has their internet connection hooked up to your cave in the back woods and you have never read our sweet Linda’s blog then you must stop what you are doing and go over and give her a visit to congratulate her on her win.

Not to mention keep your eyes peeled on her blog for the next leg of the “I Won…You Win Giveaway!”

Congratulation Linda and happy reading, I am getting the book in the mail to you ASAP. I just have to add a little something extra to you package, and no I not saying…you’ll just have to wait to see what it is.



Saturday, September 12, 2009


If you have not seen this video it is a “MUST SEE”



Thursday, September 10, 2009

Thankful Thursday…down to the wire

I am way late to the party but sometimes ya just gotta be thankful when the inspiration strikes.

So Thank you Sonya for hosting Thankful Thursday.

I walked in my house and the DH and DD were asleep.

The puppy looks at me longingly from his crate with expectation but quickly settles back down and falls asleep as well.

I opened up the old laptop and settled in to visit some of my favorite blogs.

I wasn’t planning to post tonight but after reading several of your Thankful Thursdays and then making a trip to the potty (keep reading it will make sense when you get to my number 5) I recognized that I had a few minutes to get mine in under the wire.

You see

#1 Thursdays are my Accountability Group night. The name of our group is The Persistent Momma’s! That's what we do!

We persist, just like the persistent widow only as mom’s we week after week come together to pray for our children and many other things.

There are four of us and we meet each week on Thursdays. We talk, study Gods word and pray, pray, pray. Word fails to adequately describe the levels of sistership I feel for these three women. They have been my Aaron and Hur more times than I can even count.

#2 the study we are doing is a book called “Praying the Names of God” This evening we talked about Yahweh Shalom, the God of peace.

And I quote “Yahweh Shalom is a title rather than a name. In it’s deepest meaning, it expresses the hope that the person may be well in every sense of the word – fulfilled, satisfied, prosperous, healthy, and in harmony with themselves, others, and God.

Shalom is a covenant word, an expression of God’s faithful relationship with his people.

I am thankful for God, my Yahweh Shalom!

#3 the green peppers I picked from my garden. It may seem a bit simple but the excitement I receive every time I pick a home grown veggie from something I planted, I get this profound sense of God provision and His awesome creative ability.

#4 I am thankful for dry erase markers which leads me to the final thing I am so very thankful for in the last few minute of this Thankful Thursday.

#5 and lastly as I settled in to enjoy my quiet house this evening I went into my DD bathroom and there on the mirror written with a dry erase marker was a bible verse.

PS 25:4 Show me your ways, O LORD,

teach me your paths;

PS 25:5 guide me in your truth and teach me,

for you are God my Savior,

and my hope is in you all day long.

Yesterday the lesson at Wednesday Night Youth bible study was on the importance of memorizing scripture. One of the things we discussed on the way home was… you guessed it, writing a bible verse on the bathroom mirror with a dry erase maker so you will see it every day.

God is good all the time!!!

All the time God is good!!!

I am very thankful this evening!



Just when you thought it was safe….


Yes…more garden pictures.

But look y’all at the size of this sweet pepper.


My peppers are just producing like little green monsters!


It’s down to just the peppers and the matters!



Monday, September 7, 2009

Just spreading the love…

Y’all go over to Kim’s blog Just a Southern Girl she is having a giveaway to celebrate her 2nd blogoversary, her 500th post and 25,000 visitor.

We bow to your greatness girlfriend!!!

Especially for those of us who have not even broken the 300 post mark…

I just lover her blog and you will too so go over and check her out!!!



Sunday, September 6, 2009

And the winner is …


Just to recap some of the comments you made on the “I Won…You Win Giveaway” …I’m all for positive reinforcement…here is what y’all said!

Becky @ Adult Deprived said“What a wonderful idea!”

2 Thinks and Kim @ Just a Southern Girl said “Excellent idea!”

Beverly @ Dancing With the Daffodils said  “This sounds like great fun!”

Ruby in the Kitchen said “Great idea.”

and my favorite comment was

Robynn @ Robynn’s ravings said “This is BRILLIANT!”

I am not sure if this is brilliant but I will bask in the notion that someone else thought it was.

Thanks to all of you who stopped by over the last 15 days and left me a comment.

It really has been fun!

So with no further ado…


Duuun daaa daaa duuuuun…the suspense is building.

To insure that proper blog giveaway procedures were adhered to the entire drawing was video taped to document the accuracy of this drawing.

Plus I just wanted to torture the DD a bit!!!

Hey ya gotta seize the moments when you can!

In an effort to insure that the concept of “I Won…You Win!” remains steadfast I have instructed the Chief  Administrator of Blog Giveaway Drawing’s my DD to randomly select a second name.

In the event that the winner is not able to or just doesn't want to read this book fulfill their duties in the “I won…You Win Giveaway” the baton will be passed the the first runner up.

Congratulation to Ebie @ The Main Ingredient give me a shout out at my email address, you can find it on my blog profile. Send me you snail mail address and I will get the book in the post to you ASAP!

Second Runner Up (there just might be a small prize headed you way as well!!!)

Lid @ 2nd Cup of Coffee

Your duties as a winner are as follows:

  1. Read the book (preferable with in a 4 week period of time)
  2. During the reading of the book make notes in the margin or on a favorite chapter of the book.
  3. When your finished write the date and your blog address on the inside of the front cover. Feel free to tuck a book mark as a small gift or even a surprise gift card or some other small prize as well! Have fun with it!
  4. Place the book on your blog and continue the “I won…You Won Giveaway!
  5. Lastly let me know when you have your giveaway up and running. I will keep a running list on my side bar of this books journey. I can also send you the code so you can have the “Grab This Button” on your Blog.

Let the journey begin…




Friday, September 4, 2009

I Won…You Win, and the winner is…

I have no idea, yet any way!

I won you win giveaway

The drawing for the “I Won…You Win Giveaway!” is officially closed!

I have printed off all the comments, 54 by my count, but then I am mathematically challenged so it could be off by one or three….

When the DD gets home from school she will be instructed in the proper procedures detailed into the Official Blog Giveaway Handbook, I love making things up as I go along as well as given the Official Blog Giveaway Oath:

“I (state you name) promise I will faithfully make sure my eyes are closed when I reach into the Tupperware bowel. I promise I will randomly select no more then one slip of paper from said bowl. I also promise I will turn all remaining results over to the Director of the Blogosphere Quality Control Task Force that’s me for immediate disposal to ensure complete adherence to the Official Blog Giveaway Guidelines and security procedures insuring complete anonymity for all participating parties that’s all y’all.

Now take a deep breath and pretend you are listing to radio advertisement…All giveaway drawing procedures will adhere to the strict guidelines again I love making things up as I go along set up in the Official Blog Giveaway Handbook I am working on the rough draft in my spare time and overseen by the Blogosphere Quality Control Task Force me again on Giveaway Guidelines in accordance with the details set forth by the Official Blog Giveaway Oversight Committee me again, all this officialness is going to my head, and breath…




Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Go figure..

In what I can only guess is an effort to steam line manufacturing cost this latest trend with my favorite place Wal-Mart, could be hazardous for my health.


Let’s just hope that I don’t make my morning smoothie with the fabric softener and pour the soy milk into my washing machine!

Let’s just say that I have a love/hate relationship with this big box retailer.

I love the saving but I hate going there.

What’s up with this!!!!!



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