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Much of the East Coast is either being slammed with Storm Sandy or about to be, are you ready? The life skills involved with preparing for dangerous weather are incredible valueable to have, as a Homemaker, and to teach to your Homeschoolers.
Let's talk about assessing your risk, making a list of preps and getting it done.
Everything and Anything that this Homeschool Homemaker wants to talk about. From Blogs to current affairs. From cleaning tips to how to get your children to stop pretending they do not know how to do something.
My goal is to make you laugh while you are cleaning the bathroom.
It is Crazy time for Homeschool Parents! How are you doing? We shall chat about current events, fun happenings and homeschool and homemaking topics.
I really just want to give you something fun to listen to while you are cleaning the bathroom!
Call in with your questions or to share some fun hints.
Join Lori each week as we chat about topics of interest for both the homemaker and the kitchen professional. This week lori chats about super food Oatmeal and the many variations of, along with quinoa, couscous, bulgar wheat. Whether it's breakfast, lunch or dinner, these grains make GREAT alternstives.
There has been a lot of chatter lately about the decline of America. The fingers point to our economic problems, our international profile, our racial divide, and, of course, to America’s boisterous and spoiled children.The fact is, that on this planet, as bad as it gets here in America, we still set the standard for a functional free society, a legacy that we want to pass on to our kids. But how do we, in this world of “everything now”, rear the children that will carry on the exception that is the American culture. How do we make our kids winners in complex world of turmoil and technology? Donna Carol Voss, is now a stay-at-home mom. But, to quote her honest reflection: “I am a woman with a past.” That is not only the opening line of her memoir “One Of Everything” but also the centerpiece of her hang-on-hands-on life experience that makes her a very capable mom…. and an articulate writer.
Donna Voss’s life experience is eclectic. She is a Berkeley grad, a stay-at-home mom, a former pagan, and a devout Mormon. She is a fifty-something homemaker who has written a memoir, One of Everything, that is sure to provoke everyone about something is due for release in May, 2015 and is available for presales on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.com
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Not all of us have led a life of purity. Good girls don’t automatically become someone's wife. Some find themselves as the other woman. And not all Bad girls are BAD! They make up some of the baddest moms and wives that I’m going to write about! (LOL) Speaking from experience, it’s possible for any woman to have the capacity to be both. Generally not at the same time but, if you can imagine it, it can happen. Take for instance, in my SistaGirlz® book series, a couple of the Girlz start out as good girls but their lives take them on twists and turns that flip their world upside down and make a Sista do what a Sista gotta do!
Whether you are a currently or reformed homemaker or home wrecker (or if you're involved with one), we encourage you to call in on Sunday March 10th at our NEW TIME - 4pm CST!! - to discuss the homemaker vs. home wrecker lifestyle. CALL IN and share your thoughts and suggestions! 714.409.0635
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Our Next Show: Sunday, March 24, 2013, 4pm CST ~ TEENS AND SEX, Part 2
Shameless pluggage: SistaGirlz Book #1 LIVIN’ JUST ENOUGH: RACHAEL’S STORY and SistaGirlz Book #2 ILLUSIONS: LAYLA’S STORY are available on Amazon, coming soon to more major online retailers. Coming soon: WHAT HE DID FOR HER LOVE, the Guys’ side of LIVIN’ JUST ENOUGH and SistaGirlz Book #3 NEVA SAW IT COMIN’: RAVEN & IMANI’S STORY
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It may be an understatement to describe Donna Voss’s life experience as eclectic.
She is a Berkeley grad, a stay-at-home mom, a former pagan, and a devout Mormon.
Clearly a study in extremes, she is a fifty-something homemaker who loves rap music, outrageously expensive shoes, and people who own their flaws and call her on hers.
She is avoids negotiating the price of anything but will dive into intense interactions, especially if they are about politics and religion. Raised in the shadow of luxury, her favorite vacation is camping. She is an eternal optimist who is endlessly fascinated by the dark side of good people. Anxious to be liked by all, she has written a memoir, One of Everything, that is sure to provoke everyone about something.
Join Lori with a chat about one of the most important tools of the kitchen, sharp knives. We love them, but what care do they take, and what are the problems so many encounter. Cost, availability, repair, professional sharpening, these are all things to consider. So let's sharpen our skills and about steel.
Linda Magel is the oldest of 4 children and born in Iowa. Her parents were both from farming families. Her father was an auto mechanic and her mother a homemaker. the family moved to Livermore, CA in 1961 when Linda was in the 8th grade. She graduated from Livermore High School and Cal State University, Hayward. Linda then began a career in the airline industry (Delta Airlines, Philippine Airlines and Qantas Airways) that lasted for more than 20 years. After the earthquake that devastated the San Francisco Bay Area in 1989, Linda left the airline industry to be closer to home and family. She began a second career as a Real Estate agent in the Bay Area for a few years then moved with her family to the Central Valley of California and became a stay at home mom. Once her children were grown, she moved to a little village in central Mexico to enjoy the peace and tranquility. She moved back to the U.S. in 2011 as her father's health was deteriorating and she wanted to be closer. Linda is married to the love of her life and high school sweetheart. They were reunited at our 45th high school reunion in 2009. Linda has a combined family of 4 children and 9 grandchildren and one more on the way. She enjoys traveling and spending time with her family, and fighting an injustice elder abuse system.
“January Jones sharing Success Stories” is on www.Talk4Media.com @ www.iHeartRadio.com archived 24/7. Also, Ms. Jones is a Featured Host on BlogTalkRadio.com/januaryjones archived 24/7 for your listening pleasure.
Ms. Jones is the self-proclaimed “Whine Tester” She is a reformed whiner who lives every day in the “No Whine Zone”. Her book published by Beaufort Books is entitled Thou Shalt Not Whine…..The Eleventh Commandment and reached a #1 ranking at amazon.com. Ms. Jones specializes in homemaker humor in the tradition of Erma Bombeck. She is also the author of Jackie Ari and Jack: The Tragic Love Triangle and two other Kennedy books.
“What makes January such an expert on whining?” She is a golfer, a woman, a wife, a mother with four kids and grandmother of seven. Also, January was a widow at 25 years with two small children so she knows a little about whining and a lot about winning.
More About January Jones
When it comes to whining, nobody does it better or knows how to stop it more effectively. January’s advice and methods as a grandmother are much better these days than what she did as a young mother.
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In the early 1980’s, I was caring for my 2 children (both under two years old, & in cloth diapers!) and life was absolutely eating me alive! I had the responsibilities of wife, mother, homemaker and I was endeavoring to run a substantial home-based business. I found that although my business was EXPLODING, my home life was IMPLODING! What WAS I thinking?
By late afternoon, when I needed to be preparing dinner, I’d find myself collapsed in my kitchen from low blood sugar, surrounded by my little ones without a CLUE about what I could assemble for dinner. There would be pasta, but no sauce, meat frozen solid and no side dishes in my pantry. My house felt a mess. Laundry was piled high and the floors were so sticky I feared walking through the kitchen!
I decided to create some shortcuts. I created a system for more than just surviving my life. Pretty soon I was actually thriving, and my friends noticed. By popular demand, I began teaching local workshop groups. The Butler family encouraged me to publish my system. The first edition was published in September of 1988, a second printing followed in January 1997 and a third edition in 2006.
Prompted to share my systems and techniques, I have now become the SMARTcut® Expert. I am passionate about helping way past busy entrepreneurs especially Caregivers, who are struggling with the juggling. I hope my work will give you the time and energy to reach more of your personal dreams, serve your family, church and community in ways that really make a difference.
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FOUNDING OF ROSEWOOD
Rosewood was established around 1870 in Levy County, Florida on a road leading to Cedar Key and the Gulf of Mexico. It is believed to have taken its name from the abundant red cedar trees that grew in the area. Rosewood prospered as the Florida Railroad established a small depot to handle the transport of cedar wood to the pencil factory in Cedar Key and the transportation of timber, turpentine rosin, citrus, vegetables, and cotton. In 1890, the cedar depleted and many of the white families moved to Sumner, three miles west of Rosewood, and worked at the newfound saw mill established by Cummer & Sons. By 1900, Rosewood had a majority of black citizens.
On the morning of January 1, 1923, Fannie Coleman Taylor, a white woman and homemaker of Sumner Florida, claimed a black man assaulted her. Although she was not seriously injured and was able to describe what happened, she allegedly remained unconscious for several hours due to the shock of the incident. No one disputed her account and no questions were asked. It was assumed she was reporting the incident accurately.
James Taylor, a foreman at Cummer & Sons saw mill and Fannie Taylor's husband, assembled a vicious mob and ordered tracking dogs. The local white community became enraged at the alleged abuse of a white woman by a black man; it was an unpardonable sin for any black man to gaze upon a white woman and he most certainly could not touch one.
James Taylor requested help from Levy County and neighboring Alachua County, where a staged Ku Klux Klan celebration was ending on the courthouse square in downtown Gainesville, Florida. A large number of KKK members had been rallying and marching in opposition of justice for black people on December 31, 1922, leading up to the January 1, 1923 Rosewood massacre.
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