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Friday, September 11, 2009

Alice in Waterland by Elena Kalis

Alice in Waterland by Elena Kalis
Dive in a mad tea undersea party!.......Alice in Waterland by Elena Kalis
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Quote by~Greg Louganis
"fear is a part of everything you do.
You have to take a great risks to
get the big rewards."

Shakespeare specifically makes of his wife in his Last Will and testament was to leave her his “second best bed”.
Shakespeare’s true son, Hamnet, was only 11 years old when he died, a victim of the plague. The two daughters lived to a very old age by Elizabethan standards. Susanna was 66 when she died in 1649; Judith was 77 when she died in 1662.
The daisy (Bellis Perennis) has a long history of being used as a medicinal herb, but is now much ignored. It is also used in homeopathy, where it is known as the ‘gardener’s friend’ as it is so good at treating bruises and sore backs.
About 60% of the roses grown in the U.S. are produced in California.
The Lilies produce large quantities of pollen. To remove pollen from clothes lightly brush off the pollen with a toothbrush; this will prevent staining.


Keep SaftyPins by washing machine for your socks.Pin toes together while
in laundry save time looking for the other one.
Chuckwagon BBQ Beef Pull
1 tsp. onion powder
3 cloves garlic
1 c. water
4 Tbsp. worchestershire sauce
4 tsp. mustard
1 c. ketchup
1/2 c. BBQ sauce
1/2 c. brown sugar
2 tsp. salt Precook beef roast until done.
Pull apart or cut into fine pieces. Mix BBQ sauce and pour onto beef, then cook in slow cooker and let simmer for 2 hrs.

Crafts & Tutorials
Make Seashell Souvenirs

Make a tray of travels

Rag knitting how to do a mat

How to knit a Neck Sock

Crochet Baby duck granny square

Dress up a paper curtain

Silver Stenciled Library side table

Stay Crafty !
Have a blessed day and remember to be a blessing !


yatzer said...

Thank ou Ginger!

nikkidwright said...

Thank you for linking to some of my projects :) I have been going through your archives...you have a very nice blog here.