I found these old remedies in a pioneer cookbook and thought I’d share. Some of them are quite humorous. Toothpaste: Take pulverized chalk and twice as much charcoal and make it fine. Add castile soap suds and spirits of camphor to make a thick paste. Apply with the finger and brush. (I can imagine bubbles…Read more »
I thought I’d share some unusual signs I saw hanging in my community center. One is from the old Valley drive-in located in Auburn, WA. The others I found amusing.
My husband came across some harsh advice from the suffragette period of time and I thought I would share it. Do not marry at all Must avoid the flirts, beauty men, tailor’s dummies, football enthusiasts, and bounders Look for strong, tame men, fire-lighters, coal-getters, window cleaners, and yard swiller Don’t expect too much. Most men…Read more »
Christmas is my favorite holiday. I just love to decorate for it.
I love to make wreathes every year around this time. I decided on a sweet theme this year based off the gingerbread boy.
I have an experiment for you readers, based on a class I’m taking. Here is an image. In your point of view what do you see that is important and can you catalog 6 different aspects?
Wow, I have never seen lightening strikes this often in the Seattle-Auburn region! The news quoted 1200 strikes last night. It seemed endless and lit up the whole sky over and over. It was the best entertainment.