Saturday, March 27, 2010

30 Random Things To Learned In Marriage

1. You don't stop loving your spouse even though you may not like him at times.
2. You need to choose your battles.
3. If you want your spouse to come home early, make your " home" a place he can really look forward to come home to.
4. Jealousy is a useless emotion.
5. Even if you are angry at each other, always kiss and say " I love you" when either of you leave the house. Please refer to #1.
6. Being married doesn't mean you have the license to be rude or impolite.
7. Submit to your husband....and he'll submit to you.
8. Romance is wonderful but it's not everything.
9. Make time for each other.
10 Make time to be by yourself. Allow each other to be individuals.
11. Remember he's a are wired differently.
12. When one is angry, don't throw fuel into the fire.
13. Play nice and fight fair.
14. Don't say " I told you so."
15. Be a prayer warrior.
16. Put up a unified front as parents.
17. Laugh at each others joke, even if you've heard it countless times.
18. Make a conscious effort to start and maintain your own family traditions.
19. Come up with special signals or codes that only the two of you know.
20. Have private jokes.
21. Never let you husband see you on the toilet.
22. Spend time to reminisce both good times and bad.
23. Small things matter so just do them.
24. You're wife first before a mother.
25. Give your husband dignity.
26. Be kind to his relatives and friends.
27. Make an effort to show interest in something he is passionate about.
28. Don't let yourself go.
29. Be always willing to forgive even though he doesn't say "I'm sorry."
30. Don't expect, just accept

Thirty years is a long time but you wouldn't mind to have to spend another thirty more with a man you've vowed to love, cherish, and obey.

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Fun Things To Do With Leftover

The wonderful thing about leftovers is that you can put together another meal in 15 minutes or less. It can be a repeat of the same meal ( on clean plates, of curse), a variation, or a whole new creation.Everyone has leftovers. Even families with teenagers, occasionally have a few left overs, Other families eat so many leftovers, they never remember the original meal being prepared.

When you can find time to cook only once or twice a week, cooking extra is smart move. Even if you have a small family, go ahead and purchase a turkey breast or whole turkey, an entire roast, the largest chicken, an extra pound of ground beef, pork, or veal. Plan additional meals around the leftovers.

* Use cold turkey and chicken to make sandwiches and salads, or use what's left to make potpies, casseroles, or hash.
*Reincarnate roast beef as shepherd's pie, or use it to make fajitas, stir fry, or hot roast beef sandwiches with melted cheese.
* Shred leftover beef or pork and spice it up with your favorite barbecue sauce.
* Freeze overripe fruit and use for sorbets and smoothies.
* Save leftover vegetables to top a pizza, fill a frittata, or stuff a calzone.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

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I have a 2 years old daughter, she will be turning 3 years old this coming April 4th and she is really excited to have a birthday party in the house. I have a thought in my mind that whether you currently have toddlers, tykes, or teens at home, at least one day of every year each child deserves his or her very own party. In a child's world, his or her birthday is the most important day of the year. Children measure everything by their special day.

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Saturday, March 13, 2010


Manny Pacquiao, known as Pacman from the Philippines, has won a unanimous decision over Joshua Clottey in their welterweight fight in Dallas Texas USA. Congratulations!!! Pacman


For the practical: Going to the post office or mailing center is the best way to ensure that the mail has the right postage and will reach the recipient. Almost nothing is impossible. These offices are there to help you with your mailing dilemmas.

For the impractical: If the mere thought of going to the post office breaks out in hives, or if time is more precious than money, just stick way too many stamps on the item and drop it in the closest mail receptacle. The post office delivers almost anything, even coconuts.

NOTE: Postal regulations do not allow you to mail anything over one pound in outside mail receptacles unless the item has a traceable metered stamp. If your invitation weighs more than a pound, go to the post office to mail it.

Friday, March 12, 2010


It is best to eat about one to 1-1/2 hours before bedtime, otherwise the heat of digestion will produce gases which will affect the brain and cause many disturbing dreams. Walking in the open air before retiring will help digest the food and relax you before sleep. If you have trouble sleeping at night, drink a glass of warm milk before bed.

Monday, March 8, 2010


When you choose color of the clothes to wear neutral are safe colors you can keep, year-round. But it has its dangers, that is, you may look bland and wash out, if you don't apply some element of surprise. Mix up your neutrals, forget about buying tan in the same color and mixing it all together. This look will guarantee that no one ever notices you. So mix it up! Wear creams with tans and make each neutral color stand out. Add Splashes of color, add bright colors accessories or tops or bottoms with your neutrals. It will help bring out their color and liven up your outfit. Which colors should go for? Think of orange, pink, yellow, and blue. With a neutral offset, you can get away with wearing almost any color.

Friday, March 5, 2010


Men love to play with kitchen utensils. Before women were the primary users of kitchen utensils and did all the cooking, but now a lot of men that love to cook. Men have a history of loving tools. Today a lot of men love playing with kitchen utensils, having fun as they explore the endless pleasures of cooking.

Thursday, March 4, 2010


Many people think that we need to eat a great deal of protein during the day, especially if we are active. We have been conditioned- often by massive advertising campaigns to believe the meat eating is essential for health. This is a great misconception. In fact, we need far less protein than we think we do, and recent medical research has proven that eating too much protein harms the liver and kidneys and is the cause of many diseases. Millions of people in the wealthy industrialized nations who are consuming tremendous quantities of meat are actually eating 2 or 3 times the amount of protein they need. The excess is converted into carbohydrates and stored as fat. Thus over 50% of Americans are overweight and prone to many diseases directly related to obesity, especially high blood pressure and heart disease.

Monday, March 1, 2010


Vegetables are excellent when boiled or steamed until 90 percent done and then transferred to a pan to be finished in butter and maybe fresh herbs. Many classic recipes for potatoes call for sauteing , thinly sliced raw potatoes are delicious when cooked this way.
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