Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Information I will be adding from time to time

I am a big advocate for aromatherapy, home remedies, herbs,
minerals and teas.
So I will be adding from time to time some information about 
these areas I believe so much in.
I will probably be adding some recipes also, ones that are good 
for you and taste great.

Yes, I will be adding more pictures of baby blankets, shawls
and others things that are being made. I will have the pay pal
fixed so if anything strikes your fancy and you would like to
buy it you will be able to.

I have had some things that has changed in my life of late and
I hope to be back in full swing before to very long.

Thank you for your patience!

One more thing vinegar can do!

Vinegar vanquishes sore throats

Is there anything vinegar can’t do? You probably already know this pantry staple can eliminate odors, kill weeds, remove stains, and clean you house. But it also comes in handy when you have a cold. From ancient times to the present day, people have used a mixture of equal parts vinegar and honey to conquer coughs and soothe sore throats. But you can also make a comforting vinegar gargle. The Vinegar Institute recommends combining 1 cup of warm water, 2 tablespoons of honey and 1 teaspoon of vinegar. Gargle with the mixture, and then drink it.

***As always check with your doctor first…please know any and all information given here
is not meant to take the place of regular medication or a medical doctor!***

Thursday, December 24, 2015

The reason for the season is...JESUS

Wishing each of you a very MERRY CHRISTMAS and a BLESSED NEW YEAR for 2016!

To our MILITARY PEOPLE, I wish each of you and your families a very MERRY CHRISTMAS  and a SAFE and BLESSED NEW YEAR!

To Israel and my Jewish friends, I wish each of you a HAPPY HANUKKAH and for the NEW YEAR, BLESSINGS of PEACE, GOODWILL (from the CHRISTIANS in America) and may GOD keep you SAFE from DANGER, HARM AND!  

Helping to keep Ladies Safer

Check out the website www.damselindefense.net or go to my website at 
www.mydamselpro.net/PRO11171/ and see how we ladies can help keep ourselves safer. 
We have several things to choose from, ex: Stun-guns, pepper sprays (different types), whistles, door alarm and more. 
Be glad to answer any questions, just go to comment, I will answer asap.

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Christmas Legends

Christmas Wreaths
The wreaths of Christmas are very special symbols of the season. Wreaths represent a love that knows no end. Much like the wedding bands that couples exchange when married, the wreath has no beginning and no ending. So, too, the love which came down at Christmas is eternal love, and the wreaths symbolize the love of God that never ends.

The Christmas Tree Star
Christmas Star on top of the tree for the most part represents the Star of Bethlehem. Christians see candles as "Christ's Light" and the lighting of candles on Christmas Eve comes from the Jewish "Feast of Lights" or Hanukkah.

The Candy Cane
The candy cane represents one of the oldest symbols of Christmas, the shepherd's crook, for the shepherds were among the first to experience that first Christmas. The colors of the candy cane have special meaning, too. The wide red stripe represents the sacrifice of Christ, "For by his stripes we are healed." The narrow red stripes represent our own sacrifices (giving). The white stripe is a symbol of purity. The peppermint plant is a member of the hyssop family, referred to in the Old Testament as a medicinal herb used for cleansing. As you eat your candy cane, you might want to break it, as Christ's body was broken for you, and share it with a friend, thus sharing in the sweetness of the true meaning of Christmas. 

Christmas tree
The Christmas tree, which is an evergreen with it's boughs stretched toward heaven, reminds us of the everlasting life that Christ came to bring sinners. The candles or lights on the tree remind us that Jesus is the light of the world.

The Holly
The holly leaves and berries from the holly bush are widely used in holiday decorations. The sharp pointy edges of the holly leaf remind us of the crown of thorns that Jesus wore upon his brow. The red berries remind us of the blood that Jesus shed. 
"Merry Christmas" everyone, and may GOD BLESS each of you!
Happy Hanukkah for my Jewish friends and GOD BLESS Israel...!!!!!!

Friday, May 23, 2014

Hi everyone,
Sorry it has been a while since I've been on here. But within a few more weeks I will have new pictures and more info and doing a re-do of my blog.
Not for sure just what's going to take place as of yet but it will be better.

So for now you'll see  "UNDER CONSTRUCTION"

Thanks for you patients and keep checking back.