Archive | May 2009
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In the midst of a discussion about love and what it means and how it manifests, centred around expectations of and surviving teenage behaviour, it struck me that love is defined by each individual in their own way and so many things shadow and influence the individiual definition of love. It was pointed out […]
As per the KDSA website all games for this weekend have been cancelled due to inclement weather.
Even if you’re not a baseball fan, you know a curveball is a tricky pitch: It doesn’t follow the path you expect, it can surprise you by arriving when you’re not ready for it, and if you’re not careful, it can leave you with a painful bruise. That’s why we refer to unexpected developments in […]
What if happiness were as fragile as a violet on a windowsill?? You would never expect a delicate violet to survive without any nurturing!! If you did, it would likely become a decaying mass of brown sludge! However, if you take just a little bit of time every day to ensure conditions are […]
PINCHING PENNIES BECAUSE THE ECONOMIC CLIMATE IS TOUGH? That will bring us back to…day-old bread. Instead of tossing the stale stuff, whip up some delicious bread pudding, bruschetta, soufflé, or French toast. It’s a drop of golden sun for your palate. The Benefits: Less trash = a high note. Less bread means less bread packaging, and even […]
Having a breakdown in the shower? If you’re faced with chucking the remnants of your fave soap, pull it together – instead of throwing out those tiny pieces (granted, it’s a tiny change), melt ’em down into one new, usable bar. Now breathe… Not throwing an eco-fit. We waste up to 10% of our personal care products […]