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May 31, 2006

Packing the Kids for Grandma's House

When my 5 kids were younger and we were going to my mothers for a visit, I made a packing list. This was to make sure I took everything we would need. For each child I put how many clothes he/she would need, such as 4 pairs of underwear, 3 t-shirts, also toys, etc.

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Low Price Medications for Those Who Qualify

Recently, we were the victims of my husband being put on salary and consequently losing overtime (meaning a monthly loss of income to the tune of over 1,000 plus dollars.) I had to scramble around to get my medication. . .

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Using Geraniums as a Garnish

Geraniums are peppery flowers that look great frozen in ice cubes. They make a nice garnish for a martini made with pepper vodka. A few blossoms also look nice next to a big peppery hunk of roast beef.

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Skillet Tomato Beef Pasta

Cook pasta according to package directions. Drain well. Brown beef and onion in large skillet while pasta is cooking; drain. Add beans and tomatoes.

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Yaki Soba

Simmer until transparent. Boil 1/2 large head chopped cabbage in 1/2 cup water until tender-crisp. Cook needed amount of spaghetti. Rinse in cold water.

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Keeping Your PC Happy
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Catnip, Cat Grass, and Greens For Your Cat
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Easy Vegetable Soup

Combine all ingredients in large pot. Bring to a boil; then reduce heat and simmer 3 minutes. Season to taste with salt and pepper.

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My House (And Bank Account) Have Never...
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Buy a Generator for Hurricane Season

We moved from FL to WV in Jan 06 after going through 2 terrible hurricane seasons. One tip I can offer is to get a generator if you can afford it (buy it in off season) It will save a lot of heat and discomfort if you are forced to stay inside without electricity for an extended period of time. . .

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