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These genuine, mass-produced, machine-cut glasses, with visible seams, can be yours to purchase at our upcoming rummage sale. When potential buyers inquire about these glasses...“Are they real crystal?”... “Are they hand cut?”... “Will they make my butt look smaller?”...I will tell them that I don’t know anything about the glasses other than their matching gravy boat is on the…Continue
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The body can do amazing things and we often underestimate its capabilities, especially when it comes to detoxifying itself. Years of evolution have enabled our bodies to “detox” naturally; those who could not self-detox died out through Natural Selection and “Survival of the Fittest”.
Toxins enter the body through food or water, chemicals used to grow or prepare food, and even the air that we breathe. Luckily, our bodies have the ability to process those toxins…
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These fascinating creatures are both sub-species of the homosapien family. Subtle, but distinct differences separate the two, however, Rattus Carpeti & Hominous (pronounced om-i-nus) Gracilli share their environment & have similar appearance & behaviour patterns when observed in their natural habitat. Found the world over, the North American variety of the Rug Rat & Yard Ape…Continue
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Today I'm participating in the MEET AN AUTHOR Blog Hop, designed specifically for readers to find and get to know new authors and discover great new reads.…
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Two years ago, our family sponsored a child in Costa Rica named Oscar Mario. He was the chosen one for very specific reasons – at the time, our family was a bit light in the boy department so we thought a male would even things out nicely. My eldest son was obsessed with Super Mario, so when we saw a child who had the name Mario, it was clearly a good fit.
The kiddos feel very connected with Oscar Mario – they send him letters and art work,…Continue
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When I became a parent for the first time, I sought out many different mothers who had been there before, learning all I could from them in an attempt to become a better mother myself.
When I became a parent of a special needs child, I only sought out one.
Let me tell you about this friend of mine.
And even though I have chosen to share our story publicly, she has not. So for the purposes of this post, I will call her “Hope”.
I met Hope on the first day of…Continue
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