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Sunday, June 10, 2012

Free Yarn! is giving away 2 skeins of "At The Bahamas" yarn from Darn Good Yarn. This yarn is made from silk saris torn into strips by hand, sewn together and dyed into a rainbow of colors. If you want a chance at this go here:

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Yes I Am Still Here

I apologize for losing track of time and not blogging on a regular basis but life has been a bit hectic lately. I have recently decided to start selling Avon products and am working on starting my business. But I promise that I will be more active and thanks for sticking with me!

Sunday, March 25, 2012

Hello Again

Yes I am still around. Sorry about the recent lack of posting but life has been keeping me running. I went to church this morning after a long search to find my specific branch of Lutherans. I had to go to a town about 12 miles away from ours but at least I know where it is. Now hubby and I are going out for lunch to try out a new local restaurant in town. At least it is new to us not to the community. I will be back with more later on.

Friday, March 16, 2012

Keep Pink Slime Out of Kids Lunches!

You think that what kids eat for lunch at school should be healthy for them? Think again especially if your child or some of their friends eat with help from the National School Lunch Program (NSLP). The FDA and the USDA thinks that it okay to feed Pink Slime to these children. Don't know what is in Pink Slime? It is connective tissue and random beef scraps doused in ammonia and formed into a paste! I seriously doubt that any caring parent would knowingly feed their child ammonia. Ammonia is also a highly-corrosive poison that is known to cause respiratory illness and lung damage, liver problems, and cancer. The Chemical Encyclopedia says ammonia is "highly toxic" if swallowed ( Nobody in their right mind would feed ammonia to their child that they love and care for but the government is more than willing to do so. After all, McDonalds, Taco Bell and Burger King are eliminating this so called food from their menus. So why is it allowed to be fed to school children? Learn more: