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  1. Originally Posted By: TeamBettendorf
    Now, the pot smoker down the street DOES scare me. smile


    Maybe you should stock a bunch of Doritos and marshmallows to throw to him if he gets close. That ought to send him home happy!
    :slingshot:
  2. I haven't bought paper towels in months. My MIL visited and complained about no paper towels and finally went to the store and bought some! I have simply been using a cloth. Silly waste of money, they are!

     

    I am in the midst of making some cloth napkins now, to replace the paper ones.

  3. I have a nice, new dehydrator that I have *gulp* never used. blush

     

    It's a couple of years old. What do you recommend I dehydrate first? I bought it to make fruit roll-ups, but never went out of my way to get large amounts of fruit, and eventually forgot about it.

     

    I had never thought of dehydrating for preps before. What kind of things work for that?

  4. Originally Posted By: JCK88
    (and also dehydrate some. This is my first year with dehydration ability!! Yippeee!


    I have a nice, new dehydrator that I have *gulp* never used. It's a couple of years old. What do you recommend I dehydrate first? I bought it to make fruit roll-ups, but went out of my way to get large amounts of fruit, and eventually forgot about it.

    I had never thought of dehydrating for preps before. What kind of things work for that?
  5. I hear you with the air around here. No swimming, no bikes, no nothing except inside entertainment!

     

    The moon was red last night from all the smoke; sun dark today. What is it, 800 fires state-wide? Our pastor speculated at last night's Bible study that God is unhappy with the recent court decisions here in CA.

     

    But a shadow of what is to come!

  6. When I notice a vet (usually they are wearing a WWII service hat around here), I always approach him and ask if I might shake his hand. I thank him for his service and (motioning to my children), thank him for protecting our family's freedom. I usually tell him that we, as a family, strive not to allow his service to have been in vain, and that we seek to use our freedoms wisely, and always honor Christ above all. I ask where he served (but only if I have the time to truly listen). I also thank his wife, if she's there, for her sacrifices during the war,, and it seems she's old enough to have been through it.

     

    The men usually tear up at the recognition. It's the bit I can do to honor those men!

     

    My children usually do not participate unless asked a specific question, but I know they will remember Mom talking to all the WWII vets and when they are grown, they'll wish that they had the opportunity to speak to one of the Greatest Generation!

     

    Once we were blessed to be able to meet and read the Bible to a very elderly gentleman who came to our local nursing home just before his death. He had fought in WWI! He didn't seem very aware of his surroundings, but I hope we blessed him anyway!

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