Tags: Joe, Kankakee, Killed, My brother
Tags: Joe, Joe Buck, Killed, My brother
Tags: Joe, Joe Buck, Killed, My brother
Tags: camil music, My brother, youtube
My brother had many people do youtube videos and I loved them all…
The one that my friend Chris did was amazing.
here is the link to Chris song http://www.reverbnation.com/play_now/song_11159378
It has been a while
I miss ya’ll.
It started out with me just being too busy to come and post. Between home life, dealing with my hubby,my kid, the kids sports, the kids school events, my school, and work I just had no time.
Then, (deep sigh) I had a death in my family. My oldest brother got killed 😦 D=, it happened the day after my 30th birthday on black Friday, which was the day before his daughter 11th birthday...SIGH .. So, November and December were not my months.
So, I have been pretty busy. I am apologizing, I have a lot of great post just like my old page..
Be Blessed Edna Moore-Washington
I want to share my bedroom challenge 😉
For the next 10 days I will be getting down and dirty.
I will be doing things that most women do only cause their men like it.
I will be doing it on my knees, under the bed, in the closet and on the dresser….
If you want to come to my house to help I’m sure my husband would love to watch 😉
Come Join Me…
Lets Get DIRTY
HOLD ON… Everyone knew I was talking about chores right ?
Day 1 – Chest Drawers ===> That is the cluttered over stuffed dresser with I am sure a few things you can no longer fit, or have a taste for. Donate those to0 small or big items to some organization who will use it..Refold the clothes neatly and have a nice day
Day 2 – Computer Desk===>> Put the pens in the pen holder, put the pictures you scanned on Facebook back in the frame.Those school papers your kids gave you while you were working there can probably be tossed or stored
Day 3 – Dresser Drawers===> The thing that holds your clothes with the mirror, has the same thing Day 1 has, clothes that no longer fit or in style. You can donate them too. Then fold clothes back to the way they should be.
Day 4 – Jewelry Box===>> Match the earrings back together, separate the your chains and bracelets that are stuck together
Day 5 – Books, Magazines, Papers===>> Go through, the books and magazines and see if you want to toss (only if they are not in good enough condition to donate) See what papers need to be put up, tossed or shredded…. I guess this is not “Edna Library” s
Day 6 – Night Stand===>> on top and inside there are most likely things that need to be tossed or put back in its place
Day 7 – The Shoes===>> Somewhere in your room there is a lonely shoe looking for a match. You need to put the shoes together and put them where they belong
Day 8– Your side of the Closet====>>put the hangers back, go through clothes and donate unwanted items. make it neat
Day9 – Your Spouse Side Of The Closet ===>> do the same as day 8 😉
Day 10 – Under The Bed ===> the stuff you hid must find a home, take them and put them in their proper place
I posted a few weeks back about the dip tray I made… Well through emails I learned you guys want a step by step guide to making it…
History of my $3.oo tray
Bored day, went to Dollar Tree got a plate and a bowl and was on my way home to make a dip tray…
So I washed it…. didn’t take a picture because EVERYONE knows how to do that. I dried it and it was another step that I know everyone can do without a picture.
So I added the glue to the candle stick… The glue is mixed with orange paint so I can mark my spot… I simply put glue on the the bottom of the candle stick holder….
I put it on the plate so I can mark it…. Once I marked it
Once I marked it I applied more glue to it and placed it all together. I used a lot of glue …Let it sit for 2 minutes so it could get sticky/ tacky…
Put it on the center of the plate.held it down . Added glue to the top of the candle stick..Let it sit for 2 minutes so it can get sticky/tacky like we did to the bottom 3 minutes prior. Put the bowl on top and hold it down
all you need to make this
- 1 plate
- 1 bowl
- 1 candle stick holder
- or vase
- E-6000 glue