I could use a little pep talk today.....
Posted 17 September 2003 - 06:00 AM
Karensue, the dog does clean the dished faster, but then you have to put the dishes on the floor. At least the kitties can get up on the counter and get into the sink, so no extra work for me!
Thanks Moon, this is going to test just how tough I am!
Thanks Masq, I couldn't imagine doing this with kids! It's good to know that it is possible. I am using the paper plate idea, now if only they made paper pots, clean up would be a breeze. And how do you do fast food and stay healthy at the same time?
Momcat, thank you for the inspiriational words, but I still feel nuts and not brave. That may take a couple of months. If going back to school is something you are thinking about doing, stop thinking and just do it. It is a challenge, but it is possible. Good luck.
Thanks everybody, this has definitely helped. It is so wonderful to see this awesome community in actions!
Posted 17 September 2003 - 06:30 AM
Posted 17 September 2003 - 09:03 AM
2 drops frankinsence oil
2 drops jasmine oil
2 drops sandalwood oil
2 drops ylang ylang oil
1 drop rose oil
1 drop ginger oil
You will not need to let this steep, but its probably a good idea to make a few batches in advance and keep them in airtight containers
*LOL*Fly, your prejudices are showing, though the cat idea DOES have merit
Hi, Camille...OMGS, he's HUGE, but on the bright side, you can have him dust and sweep at the same time and
maybe invest in a duct tape company
Hi, Rock, DUDE...where's the fun in that? You have the dog chase and corner the cat*she needs exercise after all and maybe a light snack*THEN you pledge and oil soap the kitty. See*snickers*fun for the whole family ;D
Hey, Spooky, SWEET! Its a wonderful opportunity, Amiga
and Masque has a wonderful idea about shortcuts and nukeable meals...or pizza ;D
Posted 21 September 2003 - 01:47 PM
Try turnning rush hour into peace hour,esp if your in your car very long going to and from work. Put on your favorite music and sing your blues away.
Posted 21 September 2003 - 05:38 PM
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