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  1. We were going to hire a company to put up Christmas lights for us and after a little research founds that rates start at $1400 to $1600 with the average around about $2500. So we won’t be doing that! I think I am just going to let my dgs pick a few things he likes and get them.
  2. We usually do it the weekend after Thanksgiving but this year my dd did it the beginning of November. This is my dgs’s first real Christmas that he is really aware of so she wanted to make it special for him. Apparently he prefers Halloween though because he keeps asking when we are going to do that again.
  3. Hocus Pocus The House with the Clock in it's Walls Addams Family Beetlejuice Casper Haunted Mansion
  4. Yeah, I thought if I used a small amount of beeswax and melted it before adding it to the other ingredients it might work. It might make more of a balm type texture but as long as it spreads easily that would be fine.
  5. I considered cocoa butter but I read that it can have a strong smell to it. Do you find that to be the case?
  6. I have been making a homemade body butter to moisturize my grandson's legs because he has severe eczema. His mom prefers all natural ingredients so I have been using shea, coconut oil and tallow. The final consistency is about the same as coconut oil. He likes it because it doesn't sting his skin when I put it on and it has helped quite a bit but he is still having some itchy spots. I have been doing a lot of research and have read that coconut oil can cause problems for people with eczema so I am wanting to change that out for something with approximately the same consistency. He already has
  7. Preferably ones that counter the claims of anti-vaxxers with hard science and statistics(at a layman's level) hopefully all in one book. So something that deals with all of the various claims anti-vaxxers make that can be read by someone with a high school education. I know lots of anti-vaxxers who would be willing to read such a book if presented with one but they are not willing to do graduate level research to find the information. I don't know of anything to recommend first hand.
  8. Well, my brain is not used to moving at that speed but if there were more than one suddens wouldn't that imply it happened slower? 🤔
  9. I concur. There is not just one sudden but many. Pick one. 😉
  10. No it's, "All of a sudden." For reals man.
  11. Oh we have plenty of tests and you can easily get one for free from the health dept which is one of the things that make that advice so strange.
  12. The local medical center is recommending that if you are exposed to a positive case or have symptoms to self-quarantine for 14 days but don't bother to get tested or even go to the doctor unless you are so sick that you need the emergency room.
  13. We are still doing Christmas this year? 😧
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