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Archive for August, 2013

Homemade Bubble Bath, etc.

My acupuncture session was excellent, as always.  So relaxing!

I haven’t made soap in a while–no matter how beautiful the stuff is, one can only use/give away so much of it–and I have more than enough at the moment.

I did try my hand at making my own bubble bath, however–and the experiment was a grand success.  It’s a very simple process, at least the way I do it–I buy liquid soap base, heat it to 160 degrees, add color and scent, and funnel the finished product into a bottle.  Voila!  Bubble bath!  Now I can reuse the same bottles

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Catch as catch can

It seems my friend, Mr. Gates, of Microsoft fame, is having trouble keeping MSN online today.  :)  Therefore, I’m dashing off this blog between gaps in service.

I have acupuncture this afternoon–definitely looking forward to that.  It’s wonderfully relaxing, and I always enjoy chatting with cousin-in-law Debra.  We have many interests in common, including energy medicine and spirituality, so it’s always an interesting session.

This year’s gardening experience is also interesting–and very catch as catch can.  My cherry tomato plant is producing; problem is, I keep eating the little buggers as soon as they’re ripe enough.  I peeled and sliced the

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Cattle drives rarely went more than ten or twelve miles a day, as the cattle had to be given time to rest and graze. A drive from Texas to Montana could take up to five months.

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