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Saturday, September 28, 2013

Supposed to be beautiful today.. DD and I are going walking in the Marsh,, back home to steam clean carpets and clean windows, then go out and cut back all of my berry bushes for winter.
Either today or tomorrow I am making homemade laundry soap. Got a recipe and all ingredients yesterday.. Very easy to make and only use one tablespoon per load.

Trying to adjust snacks accordingly: awoke at 3:45 am hungry,, I guess my body thought it was a workday and was craving cheerios and a banana.. It is 7 am and I just ate that.. Hope things quiet down for awhile!!
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  • GABY1948
    I am with the others...would love you to blog your laundry soap! I try to make as much of anything as I can...so would love this too!
    1636 days ago
    There are so many things to be done that I never knew needed to be done... like cutting back berry bushes. It's probably a good thing I have no outdoor space to plant/grow things. I would probably not be very good at it. lol

    Have a great weekend!

    1636 days ago
  • KAREN608
    What is it with today, many of us were up way early. . .
    I know I'm on track if my tummy rumbles at me once in a while.

    Sounds like a another busy day.
    1636 days ago
    I agree with Patricia K if it is not loaded with perfumes I would love for you to blog it for us.
    Your weekend sounds busy. HUGS Pat in Maine. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1636 days ago
    You can't be blogging about today this early, nothing's happened yet. emoticon

    Have a great walk in the marsh. :)
    1636 days ago
    I think I saw that recipe myself. I use organic soap berries. Cheap and my laundry never has static clean. Available on Amazon.
    1636 days ago
    The laundry soap sounds interesting
    1636 days ago
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