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  1. Freebies
    First 3,000* to respond will receive one Glade® Décor Scents™ Electric Warmer and Starter Kit in Clean Linen®. First 3,000 people to respond will receive a Stylish Scent Giveaway. For your chance to receive a gift pack, simply complete all required information on the offer form by October 31...
  2. Frugal Living
    I wonder ... what if a person were to have an electric butt warmer - like the kind for a car. But they had it on their couch or their office chair. And then they turned the house temp down ten degrees. I suspect that the person would feel plenty warm and comfy while saving heaps of dough...
  3. Question and Answer
    I'm cold natured & tend to dress in layers, but can't seem to keep from getting cold at times. Can you suggest which items keep you warmer? I wear a lot of long sleeve cotton tees with sweaters over them & jeans. My feet are cold a lot & wonder I'm wear the wrong kind of socks (fiber content)...
  4. Needle Arts
    I don't knit a stitch, maybe a goal for 2009, but I thought someone here might be interested in this pattern. Hope the link works. www.pepperknit.com/patterns/BainbridgeScarfPattern.pdf
  5. Homesteading and gardening
    The 1912woodcook stove that dh bought me has a metal box I guess it sits ON the stove. It is called a pie warmer. Does anyone have any idea how to use it? I figured that you put the thing on the hot stove but do you put a pan of water down below or just put what you are warming up on the...
  6. Frugal Living
    I'm looking for ideas to keep my bed warmer this winter, and was wondering what everyone else has tried. Please let me know your ideas and what has worked for you. So far some ideas I've read are: electric blankets, electric mattress pad, I read about an electric foot warmer (which is...
  7. Frugal Living
    and lots of other stuff too. Just thought I'd give a heads up if you've been holding out for a new electric blanket or mattress pad. :thumb:
  8. DIY
    It finally has gotten cold here. I was standing at my sink the other night and I felt a draft. Brrr... I took down my curtains and got my chaulk gun and ran a bead around the window. I was amazed at the difference chaulking around one window made and its a simple inexpensive diy project. I...
  9. Utilities
    I thought it would be a good idea to make a list of ways to feel warmer in a cold house. Wear a T-shirt (remember when kids and men always did this??) Wear tights (I actually have wool ones from LLBean) Wear a camisol (I'm flat chested and wear one instead of a bra. It really helps) Place...
  10. Pregnancy
    How many used a wipes warmer and do you think it is worth having this or not? I bought one today because a couple of people have said they are good to have but now I'm starting to rethink this.
  11. Needle Arts
    http://www.knitty.com/ISSUEwinter02/PATTnosewarmer.html
  12. Kitchen Basics
    State Fair Subs Quick Cooking May/June 2001 1 loaf (1 lb) unsliced French Bread 2 eggs 1/4 c milk 1/2 tsp pepper 1/4 tsp salt 1 lb bulk Italian sausage 1 1/2 c chopped onion 2 c shredded mozzarella cheese Cut bread in half lengthwise; carefully hollow out top and bottom of loaf, leaving 1 inch...
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