the microfibre dishcloths are good and we use it for everything fore a few days and then chuck it in the wash and grab a new one.
Sponge To Dishcloth: Our Dishwashing Dilemma
|8/26/11 3:31 PM|
You would hope that people who choose to live in small shared spaces would be a bit more considerate of those around them and like wise show a bit compassion to those when they need it. My experience with neighbours has not been particularly great. Lived in a triplex with god awful neighbours that alternated between screaming matches and then making up that was just as loud. It seems to be a symptom of suburbia lack of consideration and compassion. I now don't even live "duplex close" neighbourhood and can't believe how inconsiderate my neighbours on all but one side are. You need very special people to live closely with. Clearly I haven't found em.
Good Neighbors: How Close Is Too Close?
|8/26/11 3:22 PM|
Meat bones - if I buy the meat on the bones I cut the bones out before we cook it and give them to the dogs. Agree with greenish Dogs shouldn't eat cooked bones, they can splinter and cause expensive internal damage.
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|3/17/11 4:49 PM|