Saturday, February 28, 2009


1. What was the last thing you purchased from a vending machine?
I can’t remember the very last time. But i remember buying coffee once.
2. What was the last thing you made copies of on a photocopier?
Dominique’s birth certificate
3. When did you last use a pay telephone?
A looong time ago.
4. How often do you visit an automatic teller machine?
I don’t have an ATM since im a bummer. Though my husband sometimes asks me to withdraw from his account.
5. Which of your daily tasks would you most like to see automated?
Feeding my newborn.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009


Now that i have a girl and a boy , im getting one each. My boy is so much into ball sports , particularly basketball and soccer so this lamp would be perfect for him . Then for my princess i just want something in a shade of light pink to match the walls. I found these at babies r us :)

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

How to Remove Carpet Stains

I searched for this topic and i thought of sharing it here. The carpet at the kids playroom got a stain from an art material of my son. Hopefully it will fade away after i tried these steps

  1. Blot the excess. This is the overarching rule of carpet-stain cleaning. Don't soak or wipe it, otherwise you're stuck with the stain for life.

  2. Step 2

    Know your stain. Figure out what kind of stain you have on your hands. Unlike clothing, carpet stains can often be difficult to discern after a few moments. Smell it if you have to. Seriously.

  3. Step 3

    For grease stains, dab with a small amount of dry-cleaning fluid. Then, blot with a small amount of dishwashing liqiud and warm water. Blot from the outside in, and let stand for five minutes.

  4. Step 4

    For juices and wines, mix a small amount of laundry detergent with lukewarm water (or ammonia) and blot the stain. Then, sponge lightly with club soda and blot on the detergent-water solution again.

  5. Step 5

    For eggs and dairy products, blot with ammonia and sponge with warm water. Then, blot with white vinegar and warm-water mixture.

  6. Step 6

    For ink, blot with dry-cleaing fluid, and then repeat the steps for step 3:

  7. Step 7

    Place paper towels over the stain and let dry, overnight if you have to. This is a universal step that should be performed after steps 3-6 (depending on stain type).

  8. Step 8

    Brush clean and vacuum once the stain is dry. The flat brush should pick up and dried particles that are lingering, and the vacuum will do the rest.


Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Shoo ! dont bother me!


2 c. witch hazel
1 1/2 t. citronella essential oil
1 T. apple cider vinegar

Combine into a 16 oz spray bottle. Shake vigorously before using. Requires no refrigeration. Apply liberally.

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