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My husband and I are so paranoid about lice that we are usually the first to keep our kids out of school whenever we hear of an infestation. After all, have you seen my daughters’ hairs? They have a lot of it! It would be a nightmare if they ever get it. My nieces got infested a couple of years ago and my sister spent a small fortune delousing them and the whole house. That’s one thing I don’t want to go through, thank you very much. Click on the link below for some sensible tips on how to combat lice if you got them already or how to keep them from sticking to you or your kids.
Here’s a couple of new posts on the Amoores blogs:
This is another use-up-the-leftovers innovation otherwise known as everything-but-the-kitchen-sink soup in our house. A few weeks ago, I made meatloaf. I love meatloaf! Especially when it is paired with mashed potatoes, gravy and green peas! It is comfort food for me, taking me back to school days and cafeteria lunches. Yes, I actually didn’t mind them! My children, on the other hand, will not eat in any of their school’s cafeterias. Go figure! Their dad also has … Read entire article »
Here’s a couple of new posts on the other sub-blogs.
From the Garden,
We have been, or rather I should say MY HUSBAND, has been working on getting our garden straight for the past few weeks. He cleaned up the beds, cleared some debris against the back fence and he created a couple of new beds since part of the old ones were taken up when he put up his little work tent.
I took the photo above when he first started tearing up the garden. One of the things he did was pull up a row of canna lillies from the back to make room for a new vegetable bed. He’s moving the lillies to another corner of the yard.
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On Found Not Lost:
Whether you agree with it or not or even if it’s legal or not, more and more employers are demanding access to your facebook account. No, they don’t just want to be able to see your profile, they actually want your password!
It isn’t enough that you can already find out almost everything about anyone online nowadays just through a basic search online, for employers to demand passwords to your accounts, I think is going a little too far. Next thing you know, they will want to riffle through your home before they hire you. But, that is just my opinion. I would pass over any job that would require that of me.
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Here are two new blog posts on the food blog and the review blog.
This is a creamy marinara sauce with shrimps, otherwise known as the pink sauce at my house. You can make it from scratch if you like, there’s plenty of recipes out there to try. However, this is a quick go to meal for us on weeknights when you’re just too busy or too tired to cook but don’t want to go out to eat.
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- Title: The Expats
- Author: Chris Pavone
- Hardcover: 336 pages
- Publisher: Crown (March 6, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0307956350
- ISBN-13: 978-0307956354
ABOUT THE BOOK
Kate Moore is a working mother, struggling to make ends meet, to raise children, to keep a spark in her marriage . . . and to maintain an increasingly unbearable life-defining secret. So when her husband is offered a lucrative job in Luxembourg, she jumps at the chance to leave behind her double-life, to start anew.
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This is one of my latest favorite read, recommended by my daughter. I loved it so much that I am now on my way to reading all of John Green’s other books. I’m so glad the weather is getting warmer and staying light later! I have more time to read outside now. Have you read any good books lately? Give me ideas what’s good out there.
- Title: The Fault in Our Stars
- Author: John Green
- Reading level:Ages 14 and up
- Hardcover:336 pages
- Publisher:Dutton Juvenile (January 10, 2012)
- ISBN-13: 978-0525478812
ABOUT THE BOOK
Despite the tumor-shrinking medical miracle that has bought her a few years, Hazel has never been anything but terminal, her final chapter inscribed upon diagnosis. But when a gorgeous plot twist named Augustus Waters suddenly appears at Cancer Kid Support Group, Hazel’s story is about to be completely rewritten.
Insightful, bold, irreverent, and raw, The Fault in Our Stars is award-winning-author John Green’s most ambitious and heartbreaking work yet, brilliantly exploring the funny, thrilling, and tragic business of being alive and in love.
Read what I thought of The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. My review on Found not Lost.