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Monday, January 19, 2009

Mankind had a dream that is coming true he had a dream !

one more day News WASHINGTON (Jan. 19) - On the eve of his inauguration, President-elect Barack Obama talked with wounded troops at a military hospital and then visited an emergency shelter for homeless teens, grabbing paint roller to help give the walls a fresh coat of blue. He appealed to the nation he will soon lead to honor the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. through service to others.

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Quote by~Doorknob(Alice in wonderland by Lewis Carroll )Read the directions and directly
you will be directed in the right direction.
Begin at the beginning and go on till you come to the end; then stop. ~Lewis Carrol, Alice in Wonderland

Alice in wonderland by Lewis Carroll
Alice in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll, was first written for Alice Pleasance Liddell. The book was first published in 1865. This book and its sequel, Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There, are still popular and widely translated.

Uses for salt

(1.)Wash veggies by swirling them around in a bowl of salt water.

(2.)Keep windows frost-free Rub the inside of windows with a sponge dipped in salt water, and frost won’t collect.

(3.)Banish bubbles Get rid of excess suds when handwashing garments in the sink or doing the dishes by sprinkling them with a pinch of salt.

(4.)Clean a greasy pan Shaking a little salt on the pan before washing absorbs most of the grease. (5.)Fix a sticky iron To remove gunk spots, sprinkle a little salt on a piece of brown paper and run the hot iron over it. Repeat if necessary.

(6.)Remove water marks from wood surfaces Make water marks disappear by making a paste of salt and cooking oil. Gently rub the paste onto the ring with a sponge; let sit for a few minutes. Wipe with a soft cloth and polish as usual.

Rigatoni with Olives and Bacon
6 slices bacon

1/2 large onion, thinly sliced

8 ounces dried rigatoni (or other small pasta shape)

12 pitted and chopped cured black olives (such as Kalamata)Small piece

(1 to 2 ounces) Parmesan chees

2 tablespoons coarsely chopped marjoram or thyme (optional)

In medium skillet, cook bacon until crisp (reserve drippings); blot, coarsely chop and set aside. In bacon drippings, sauté onion until soft and just beginning to brown, about 5 minutes. Meanwhile, cook pasta according to package directions, drain and transfer to warm serving platter or large shallow bowl. Toss pasta with bacon, onion and olives. Season with salt and pepper, to taste, toss again. Serve with shavings of fresh Parmesan cheese. Garnish with fresh herbs, if desired. Serves 4.http://www.cooksrecipes.com/pork/rigatoni_with_olives_and_bacon_recipe.html

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Glass button Brooch

Turn ordinary desk accessories into great looking home décor accents.

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Love lamp

Hugs and Kisses candy bag

Crochet some red lips for Fridgie with a love note

Enjoy your day! My friend Lord bless you and keep you.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Cool stool....oh, I made a rhyme, huh?! Haha Interesting info about salt...who would've known?! You can also use a litte salt on beef, pork, or fish to enhance the flavor...a dash of pepper adds to the zest :-) Great job hon! Keep up the good work.