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  1. Momo, here is address for free pedometer by completing short survey. http://www.myheartnow.com/content/index.jsp
  2. Heard from old friend today and learned her mother had passed away after ten days on hospice. Mom was in 80’s and had declined chemo and radiation for very advanced cancer. She said the only thing she wanted was a party. So they had a party! All the kids, grandkids, great grandkids complete with balloons,
  3. Turning 50 on Sept 10. Several have or will celebrate half century. Kaye, Aunt Bee, Teacozy...who else? Yep '56 was a good year In 1956 a house cost $22,000.oo income was around $4000.00 a car cost around $1700.00 to about $3100.00 milk was 97 cents a gallon petrol was 23 cents a gallon bread 18 cents a loaf eggs 45 cents a dozen
  4. Childrens apron http://www.patternbee.com/FREE5.html Tool apron http://www.secretworkshop.com/Html/tips/tip54.html Butcher apron http://etherwork.net/ejmtph/sew/apron.html Fishing vest http://www.sewing.org/enthusiast/GreatOutdoorsVest.pdf
  5. Canned BBQ • 1 gallon ground beef, cooked til no longer pink, not crisp • 1 pint catsup (8 ozs) • 1 c brown sugar • 2 Tablespoons salt • 4 Tablespoons vinegar • 1 tsp barbeque seasoning (or make your own using chili powder, cayenne, etc.) • Broth or tomato juice to thin and chopped onions if desired Combine all ingredients except beef, bring to a boil, boil for a few minutes. Add beef, bring back to boil. Put in quart jars. Leave 1/2 inch head space. Seal and process at 10 pounds pressure for 90 minutes.
  6. So glad for you to have peace of mind knowing he’s alright. 12 days is a long time with no news. Thanking God for his protection of Alex when Iraqi came into compound. As snowmom said your son probably saved many lives. Keeping you and all the troops in my heart and
  7. In cleaning out MIL attic here while back found lots of stuff. Several boxes jars and two books of old recipes pasted from newspaper clippings. Haven’t tried this yet but do like sauerkraut. Sauerkraut Relish 1 cup diced celery 1 green pepper – diced 1 medium onion – chopped 1 small can of sauerkraut – drained ¼ cup wine vinegar ¾ cup sugar Combine sugar and vinegar and bring to a good boil then pour over other ingredients. Cool and serve as a relish for meats. While I’m at it…. on the same page is recipe for banana jam. Banana Jam 6 medium ripe bananas 1 – 4 oz jar maraschino cherries, drained and chopped 1 lb. 4 oz can crushed pineapple 7 ½ cups sugar 1 bottle Certo (pectin) Crush bananas in large kettle, add cherries, pineapple with sugar and syrup and mix well. Bring to a rolling boil over medium heat, stirring often. Let stand 3 to 5 minutes, removing film and stir two or three times to keep fruit from floating to top. Ladle into jelly glasses and immediately cover with 1/3 of paraffin. *need Domestic Goddess or someone to convert pectin amount and also tell me how to can without paraffin* Thanks!
  8. Oh fiddle-dee-dee….I’m late too! But here now for party with plate and fork in hand ready for birthday cake!
  9. Mornin’ mammafitz and those on the way. Got my cup ready as soon as
  10. This report further defines as "slight" mutation http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/nationwor...p_health11jun23,0,5326034.story?coll=sns-ap-tophealth WHO: Bird Flu Virus Mutated in Indonesia By MARGIE MASON AP Medical Writer June 23, 2006, 6:32 AM EDT JAKARTA, Indonesia -- A World Health Organization investigation showed that the H5N1 virus mutated in an Indonesian family cluster on Sumatra island, but bird flu experts insisted Friday it did not increase the possibility of a human pandemic. The virus that infected eight members of a family last month -- killing seven of them -- appears to have slightly mutated in a 10-year-old boy, who is suspected of having passed the virus to his father, the WHO investigative report said. It is the first evidence of possible human-to-human transmission of the H5N1 virus, said Tim Uyeki, an epidemiologist from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. He added that the virus died with the father and did not pass outside the family. "It stopped. It was dead end at that point," he said, stressing that viruses are always slightly changing and there was no reason to raise alarm bells. The findings appeared in a report obtained by The Associated Press that was distributed at a closed meeting in Jakarta attended by some of the world's top bird flu experts. The three-day session that wraps up Friday was convened after Indonesia asked for international help checking the virus, which has killed 39 people there. Experts fear the virus will mutate into a form that spreads easily among people, potentially starting a pandemic. So far, it remains hard for people to catch, and most human cases have been traced to contact with infected birds. WHO concluded in its report that human-to-human transmission likely occurred among seven relatives infected with the H5N1 virus in a remote farming village on Sumatra island. An eighth family member who was buried before specimens could be taken is believed to have been infected by poultry, a WHO report said. Despite the virus' slight mutation in the father and son, Uyeki insisted that an analysis suggested there was "nothing remarkable about these viruses." Bird flu has killed at least 130 people worldwide since it began ravaging Asian poultry stocks in late 2003.
  11. site for several different solar cookers http://home.howstuffworks.com/framed.htm...sunandwater.htm click on pics for more info. the tire cooker looked easy to make. **be patient with me** still editing link. won't go directly to pics. new instructions.. click in top right corner on "the solar cooking archive", then left column under plans.
  12. Yes, I got it. Thanks so much.
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