Sunday, July 31, 2011

Cape Island Boat races


Today at 2pm
From Camp Cove Wharf in Lower Argyle
Off site parking available
There will be a canteen.
Nick will have his famous chowder.
There will be live entertainment in the tent:(TheWindjammers)

Saturday, July 30, 2011

More on Tuesday's Sink topic


So today I scrubbed my sink, with a vim-like product, and wiped it all dry and oiled it with Olive Oil, then wiped it dry again.
OOh-La-La !
C'est beau !

OnTV


I remember seeing Rhoda d'Entremont ( now Jacquard, Virginia and Carl's sister) in a TV commercial when she was young. Seems as though she was in a swim suit?
And I also remember watching Atlantic Lotto and Dolores a Blair was in the audience in New Brunswick, and got to press the button.
Remember?

Week # 13 Chicken and Rice

I called Mom for the exact recipe. I wanted what I think is Mary Mike's recipe.
In a 9 x13 inch baking dish, stir together:
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1 can cream of celery soup
2 soup cans of water
1 package onion soup mix ( Co-op has great little individual packets)
2 cups of uncooked rice
Place chicken pieces on top ( I skinned the chicken thighs, but not the drumsticks)
I cooked it, uncovered, at 350F for 1 hour and 20 minutes.
Comments: super yummy

Keji Pedicure

As promised to Baby Girl and to Moni Honey, I will tell my tale.
It's the tale of two young vibrant girls who love nail polishes, and sparkles, and sprinkles ... and they would never consider camping without about 30 bottles of various nail colours.
A date and time and place was set, and a pedicure was born.
With Baby Girl in the rocker, and I on the couch; I rested my feet on a towel on her lap.
I chose a bright pink colour, and had sparkles applied afterward, of course.
Moni Honey was assigned bartender. She was a proud one too. She already knew what a mudslide was. In a nice tall glass, with a couple ice cubes, she poured me a cold drink ( with a little fancy "Coyote Ugly"pouring ) and served me as I had my pedicure !
I felt like the queen !

Being the mother of two boys, who look to me for food service only, I really liked their company all week, their witty conversation, and the pampering. Thanks !!!!

This weekend at the Red Cap


Chef's Feature: GRILLED PORK TENDERLOIN MEDALLIONS served with salsa verde, oven roasted new potatoes and market fresh vegetables. $15
Sat. July 30th and Sun. July 31st

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Short distance Relationships


Here's the results of the short distance relationships I had posted awhile ago.
Folks, who didn't travel far to date their mate:
Yvon Pothier and Laura
Laurel & Kevin
Pam and Mike
Gloria & Larry
Hazel & Bertin
Rita & Emile (Charlie Veno)
Still dating: Clifford & Cecile
Adrienne and Herman
Renette & Julius
Francine & Wayne
Franklin & Alice
Isaie & Alvina
Dolly & Léo
Elaine & Brian
Elaine & Charlie
Ti Boise & Jeanette
Marjorie & Benoit
Ethel & Théodore
Elmer(Maroon) & Lucille
sheila and Olen
Laurel & Kevin

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

This one's for the girls

Martina McBride's tune .... I love it.
This one's for the girls

This one's for the girls
Who've ever had a broken heart
Who've wished upon a shooting star
You're beautiful the way you are
This one's for the girls
Who love without holdin' back
Who dream with everything they have
All around the world, this one's for the girls

Yeah, we're all the same inside
From 1 to 99

Tidy Tuesday

Despite the name, stainless steel sinks do get stains.

I read where using a leftover lemon, and rubbing it all over your sink will make it shiny. I tried it and it was Ok, but not THAT great.

They don't suggest using bleach in your stainless steel sink, and my mom will never believe that one !

I also read that if you use a cleanser, don't go against the grain of the steel.

I also read you shouldn't leave standing water in your sink for a long period of time, and you should always dry your sink once you are done dishes.

Rubbing a little olive oil on your sink will make it shine.

Oil it up, and wipe it dry.

Monday, July 25, 2011

Monday's Sexual Health Post

Today we are talking about smegma . Also known as penis cheese.
Smegma is a natural lubricating residue made up of shredded skin cells, skin oil secretions, and moisture, including sweat. It's natural, yet because it smells like old cheese, and we have been brought up to think that a penis with smegma is dirty. The poor penis cheese gets a bad name. Smegma is not dirt. Interesting, I read that the ancient Greek word for soap, was smegma. Smegma has both antiviral and antibacterial properties.

We tend to hear more about the male and his smegma (which hangs beneath the glans of this penis), but really, women have smegma also. Our smegma hangs around the clitoral hood, and the folds of the labia, or lips. Men, circumcised, or not, have some smegma.

We women produce more than the men.

When we are little children we produce little smegma, and when we reach adolescence, we produce more. We are sexually active, and the lubrication of oils, the shedding of cells, is all a natural process. It makes making love easier for the penis. After middle age, it declines, and when you are old, there will be no more smegma production.

Smegma can be rinsed away easily with warm water, unless your foreskin is too tight.

Clean it every day, especially if you are hoping to have someone interested in playing with you.

Genitals are sensitive, so you might want to avoid too much soap.

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Why??


Why is it that we sometimes feel more emotion when hearing of an animal's injury, or harm, than we do for a story involving a human? Are you that cold hearted?
No, I think we feel animals are somewhat defenseless in the world of survival of the fittest... and they need protection, and we humans can usually avoid, or fends for ourselves, in most situations.

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Now at the Co-op


Our local Co-op, DeLatour Co-op, now has a section of gluten free foods and other health foods. The health food section is just passed the cabbages, where the potatoes once were.
Check it out !

Friday, July 22, 2011

Bill Murray Films


If you live in Halifax, you can take advantage of the 11th annual alFresco filmFesto, which will be paying tribute to Bill Murray each Friday from July 22 to August 26 on the Halifax Waterfront Boardwalk. Films include Caddyshack, Ghostbusters, Rushmore and more. All screenings are free (although a $5 cash donation is encouraged) and begin at 9:00pm.

Flix sample


It's floss on a stick. I tried to floss while driving the other day. It's very difficult. This is just what I need !
ORDER HERE

Trisha Yearwood

This is my all time favorite Trisha Yearwood tune.. and I love the place she's walking around. LISTEN HERE

~~He was the kind of guy who loved so unselfishly
And everyone could see what a prize he was
Everyone but me
I must be blind
I must be the kind who don't know what they have
Till they're all alone and sad~~

Thursday, July 21, 2011

A special hello

A special hello to the Court of Queen's Bench of New Brunswick.
(The Court of Queen's Bench of New Brunswick consists of one Chief Justice among
21 justices plus 7 justices who have elected supernumerary status after many years of service and after having attained eligibility for retirement. )

We love Moncton !

16 years

Today is my 16th anniversary.

I heard a nice song on the radio today and thought about marriage.



While on Youtube, I ran across Juice Newton's Sweetest Thing. Wow, I forgot how powerful it is. Video with pics from the Emerald Isle "Ireland".

At the Red Cap


Chef's Feature: Thurs. July 21st - STEAK & AVOCADO SALAD
A must try! $9.99

Ants

Got a porch, or step, or area that ants call their home?
Buy some whole cloves, and ground cloves at Bulk Barn and sprinkle ground cloves around the area or drop the whole cloves under your step or porch, where you are having a problem. Smells good, will not hurt your pets, and ants hate it! "Cloves are anesthetizing to a small degree, and since ants are dependent on their senses, they will not inhabit an area that has ANY type of sense confuser”.

Perineal Raphe "Repost" for Dadd


I'm always wondering about different things. Today's lesson is about that slightly raised line that seems to be the "stitched seam" of the man's scrotum.
~~Known as the perineal raphe, it extends from the anus, through the mid-line of the scrotum (where it becomes the scrotal raphe) and upwards through the posterior mid-line aspect of the penis (to form the penile raphe).~~
This noticeable line has to do with our development as a fetus growing in our mom's bellies. We all have this line, and when genetics decide we are going to be a girl, it separates, and becomes the lips of the female labia and a clitoris. When the genetic coding decides that the fetus is going to be a boy, the scrotum and penis close and fuse, causing that seam, or ridge of tissue.

Pretty neat, eh?

(P.S... internet picture... not Loverboy. Surely you knew that. hehe)

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Quilt Expo

I went to the church today, to sing my praises to the quilters.
There's a quilt expo at St. Peter's Church in West Pubnico. It was my first visit to the annual event, and if you have never been, you certainly should.
225 quilts are on display, and each one different.
What is similar however, is the work.
The tiny stitches in every quilt. Millions of pieces of material, prepared, quilted, and finished.
I was amazed by the variety of quilts, and the sizes of the squares in some of those quilts.
There were many themes of quilts, such as baby quilts, Christmas quilts, seaside, and even a flip flop quilt. All quilts have a tag stating who made it, and who owns it. It was interesting indeed.
Being an antique lover, I honestly felt rather moved by some quilts. Many reminded me of my grandmother, and I felt a real sense of love as I admired them, especially the "Rose Quilt" made by Francis d'Entremont, & owned by Pauline d'Entremont. It's very nice indeed. Other quilts which were familiar to me, were the " Dresden Plate Quilt" and the "Sun Bonnet Girl Quilt". These older quilts beckoned me to pick it up and curl up in it. If only I could have. Gloves are worn so quilts won't get dirtied by fingers.
These ladies know their stuff. They showed me old quilts made with scallop bags, and they taught me some lingo, such as "cheater squares" and "quilting in the ditch".
Those that stand out in my mind: Triple Irish Chain by Shirley E.D. D'Entremont ; State of Grace by Gladys Shand, has a beautiful border; Flowers for Maddie by Virginia d'Eon; an antique quilt made by Margarite d'Eon & owned by Jeanelle d'Entremont, Dancing Squares by Alice d'Eon had very nice colors; and Santas from different countries by Celina Leblanc was impressive. Hidden Circles by Imelda was gorgeous; and Weaver Fever by Charlotte d'Eon has such small squares that you cannot believe someone would even attempt to make that. One called Memories of Friends by Virginia d'Entremont was beautiful as well. I thought a minute about the name, and perhaps it's reference to the camaraderie that surrounds a quilt when it's being quilted by a bunch a ladies. Maybe of friends who have passed.
There were some baby quilts, a beautiful one with a little lion with a fluffy tail, and another lovely Christmas quilt for a baby, owned by Zander White, and made by Marianne Doucette and Joyce d'Entremont. One of my favorites, besides the antique "Rose Quilt" was the "North and South Stars quilt, by Jeanne L. d'Entremont.
You can visit the quilt display and sale, and you should.
Days: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
Tine: 10am to 8pm. (They don't close for supper.)
Admission $3.00 per person , $7.00 per family
The experience: priceless

Week #12 Chicken Parmesan

This wasn't really what I had in mind for a casserole. Casseroles, I feel, should be an entire meal in a dish. This involved cooking noodles to go with it, which was no big deal.
Preheat your oven to 350F

boneless chicken breasts
1 egg and 1/2 cup milk

bread crumbs
pizza or spaghetti sauce
mozzarella cheese
Parmesan cheese


Pound the chicken breasts flat if you like.
Whisk together an egg and some milk.
Dip the chicken breasts in egg mixture and then in bread crumbs. Using oil, brown the chicken on both sides until golden.
Set chicken in a baking dish. Cover it with some mozzarella cheese .
Pour spaghetti sauce or pizza sauce over them.
Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and add little more mozzarella and bake for about 25 to 30 minutes, or until bubbly. Serve with spaghetti, or noodles.
COMMENTS: I used Italian bread crumbs, and thought the chicken was absolutely delicious. I didn't care for the noodles, simply because they are hard to catch. Spaghetti would have been better. Son #1, loved the noodles, and said he hates chicken breasts, but loved the flavor.
I would make it again.

Quiznos

Not my favorite place, but I know some do like Quiznos.
Here are some printable coupons offered by Quiznos.
You can print them now or have them sent to your email to print later.
They are celebrating their 30th anniversary this year.

Purex

Order a free sample of Purex with Zout.
(Zout sounds like a Dr Seuss character, so be careful when you open it)
I have posted this before, and received it.
order yours here

Where the Heck is Jules?

Main road.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

CJLS


Listen to CJLS tomorrow morning around 7:30am and again around 9-9:30am to hear an interview CJLS will have with Neil Leblanc.
They'll be discussing the Grands Jeux de l'Acadie 2012 which will be held in the municipality of Argyle.
Publish Post

Pot Barley vs Pearl Barley

What is the difference?
I want to know.
Pot barley,
also known as Scotch has more of the bran layer than the pearl barley. Therefore it has more nutrients, and takes longer to cook. Maybe even 2 hours.
Pearl barley
are polished or pearled. The bigger husk is gone, therefore it's smaller, cooks in way less time, but has less nutrients. Most people prefer this pearl barley to the pot barley.

At the Red Cap Wednesday

Singer ~ Songwriter
Yvette d'Entremont
Wed. July 20 at 6pm
Yvette's songs are a clear reflection of her strong sense of identity, self-assurance and passion for life.
Call for reservations today ! 762-2112

Tidy Tuesday

Today it's all about the desk... and keeping it neat. If you walked into my office right now, you'd see I need help with this.
I am always battling paper.. stuff to read, stuff to dump, reminders. I always have a "things to file" pile, and it never runs dry.
Today I will attempt to straighten it out, since I will be somewhat sharing my workspace for a few months.
Here's some tips..
  • Only keep things you use everyday nearby, such as your stapler
  • limit supplies.. how many pens do you really need?
  • tackle paperwork asap, and everyday. Organize it into piles
  • Limit personal items taking room, such as photos
  • and here's a big one... work on one thing at a time
So, I should be able to move one of the two calculators, remove the dirty mugs from yesterday, get rid of one of the two mugs of pens and pencils, and move that huge scotch tape dispenser I never really use. Wish me luck !

Monday, July 18, 2011

Fibre Plus Sample

This is a great sample.

Fibre Plus Cereal by Kellogg's. If you haven't ordered it or have another email to use, order yours today.


Voilet Large

Voilet Large has died.
Remember her?
She and her husband recently won $11 million and gave most of it away.
There's a lesson to be learned from her life.
And even a bigger lesson to be learned from her death.

Monday's Sexual Post

This week, I received an interesting hostess gift.
Someone else would maybe have taken offense, but this was the perfect gift for a blogger. Thanks BB!
I received a box of BETTY, pubic hair dye. Pink !
I checked out the website, and learned that there are many colors indeed.
Not only is BETTY to "dye your down there" a playful colour... both men and women are using the product to become"true blonds" or to rid of salt and pepper pubic hair.
Great for those who want the the rug to match the curtains.
BETTY BEAUTY was the first dye designed for pubic hair to come on the market.
Be careful using dye. Dye the hair on your pubic bone. Watch out for the labia, the vulva, and the anus. Men are advised not to get dye on the shaft of the penis and scrotum where the skin is highly sensitive. Covering the penis, scrotum, and vulva with petroleum jelly will help. And it's best to shave and/or trim a couple of days after using coloring, rather than a couple days before.
If your too nervous to attempt it yourself, call Lisette, she'll get you an appointment for a dye.

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Peach and Quiet

Have you ever dreamed of a Caribbean getaway... to get away from it all.
To have some "Peach" and quiet ....
CLICK HERE to watch short video
Peach and Quiet is a Barbados getaway, worth looking into.
Click here to see website.

Laurent's Latest

The other morning at the coffee shop, the boys and I got to talking about the song “Let your smile be your umbrella (on a rainy, rainy day)” and this made me think of all the songs that have to do with smiling. Songs like “Smile a While”, “Keep Smiling old Pal”, “Sunshine of your Smile”, “Smile a Little Smile for Me” “Keep a Song in your Heart and a Smile on your Face”, and the children’s song “Smile Baby Smile” -or something like that- and many, many more.
Of course ,we could all smile more than we do at times and nothing is more sincere than a baby’s smile which reminds me of my little grandnephew Samuel. During the last months of my mother’s life before she passed away last year at 92 years, my niece Dawn, a nurse by career, would come and attend to her grandmother’s needs. Dawn always brought along her baby boy, little Samuel, whom we all adored.
My job was to keep little Sam entertained while Dawn did her work. One day, I got my old guitar out and hummed songs like “You are my Sunshine” to the accompaniment of the only three guitar chords I know. With a smile on his face, Sam got right into it. His little feet and hands were going full blast to the beat of the guitar. Unlike other people, Samuel cried when I tried to put the guitar away; my other relatives cry when I take it out of its case.
The topic of music brings me to another conversation I had with some musicians in Canning a while back. Someone asked me if I ever wondered how guys like Charlie Chamberlain or Wilf Carter made the grade as musicians.
To tell the truth, no, I never wondered because I felt I knew the answer. Sure, neither of these singers were in the same league as Bing Crosby or Frank Sinatra. Their guitar playing may have had room for improvement as well, but both men were great performers blessed with charming smiles and styles all their own. They knew how to captivate an audience and were loved by all.
Old Chamberlain boasted once he had spilled more booze on his vest than most men had swallowed, but, when they were on tour out west, the lineup for his autograph was the longest. Marg Osborne, whose charm could only have been rivaled by her kindness, sang on that show and also had a long lineup of autograph seekers. On the other hand Don Messer, the straight-laced star of the show and one of the best musicians of the era, of whom it was said was as protective of his smile as he was of his money, had a much shorter lineup.
Wilf Carter’s fans were everything to him and he used to boast, “I never was much of a singer but I got away with it for over fifty years”. Of course he was being humble; he was blessed with a very musical voice, gracious manners and the fans loved him as much as he loved them.
Twenty years ago, when old Wilf, 85, was on his farewell tour billed The Last Roundup Tour, I was fortunate enough to take in his show in Kentville and to speak with Carter afterwards.
The Kentville arena was packed with fans who remembered the entertainer and his songs from the old days. It was like a concert - unrehearsed, sincere and from the heart - and both the star of the show and audience had the time of their lives.
When the veteran crooner started singing the same song he had sung just fifteen minutes before, the musicians just looked at each other. Halfway through, Wilf stopped, smiled at the audience and said “I think we just did that one.” The audience roared with laughter and applause. Nobody cared. After his many visits, Wilf was one of them- he was family.
This is not to say that performers don’t need talent, they do, but it’s not always the most talented who are the most popular…gracious manners and a friendly smile, as they say, can cover a multitude of sins. I think it was the notorious Chicago gangster Al Capone who was once quoted as saying: “You can get a lot more done with a friendly smile…and a gun…than with a gun alone”.
So as the years roll by and we are forced to surrender the things of youth we may as well take the advice from the old song and “let our smiles be our umbrella”.

Saturday, July 16, 2011

Lotto max


A Yarmouth ticket won $1000 on tag.
Was it you? Did you have the last 5 digits right?
The tag was 376707.

SEARS codes

Save $10 off $100 Bonus Offer Number 941612783
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Friday, July 15, 2011

Universal signs


There's all kinds of universal signs, such as the one posted.
But the best one is the one a concerned friend gives you as he meets your vehicle, to warn you about police cars on patrol. Merci Mr Plain Man.

This weekend at the Red Cap

Chef's Feature - BEEF TENDERLOIN

Local Organic Beef Tenderloin
with salsa verde,
market fresh sautéed beet greens, fresh beets
and oven roasted potatoes.
22.00
Local Beef supplied by King Limousin Farm, Dayton N.S.
Proudly serving local Grand Pre Wines.
Sat. July 16th & Sun. July 17 or while quantities last.
762-2112

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Please Mum

Are filing for bankruptcy.
They are still selling online and in-store for the moment but all items are final sale, gift cards are not accepted anymore, VIP program canceled, and No VIP card will be honoured.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Open House/Skype/Ice Cream

CAP day is Friday !

That means an open house at all C@P sites !

The Acadian Museum is having homemade ice cream and they will be showing you a demonstration of Skype. Drop by and be amazed at how easy it is to Skype.

Who will they be "skyping"? ..... Rita ( Margaret a Sheldon's sister) who lives in Ontario !

TIME : 2pm

Upcoming in Pubnico

Friday, July 15

7 am - 9 am

Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary Breakfast, Centre de Pombcoup. $8 per adult, $4 per child, free for those 5 and under.
9 pm

Danse à Simon with Delbert & Friends at the West Pubnico Legion Hall. $5 per person.

Saturday, July 16

11 am - 3 pm

Activities at Dennis Point Wharf. Music, competitions for adults and youth: fishing, crate runs, cardboard boat building and racing, etc., children’s games and food.

Where the Heck is Jules?


On the main road once again .
Am thinking this spot is a bit harder to guess.
I tend to glance the other way, as do most.

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Week #11 Mock Pot Roast

2 pounds (1 kg) ground beef
1/2 cup oatmeal
2 eggs
1/2 cup ketchup
1 tablespoon prepared horseradish ( omitted this)
1 teaspoon dry mustard ( I used prepared)
Salt and pepper, to taste
8 small potatoes, peeled
8 small carrots, 16 small white onions, and
1 package frozen peas( I only added potatoes, and frozen peas and carrots to the dish)
Using the first bunch of ingredients, mix and shape the hamburg into a pot roast looking loaf.
Add the remaining stuff around it, cover and bake.
They recommended 40 minutes at 375 F and then add the peas and bake for another 30 minutes.
I baked it all for an hour and a half at 350 F.
Comments: I made it before, it comes from a saltscape magazine.
It's always a favorite, although the man of the house always says it needs ketchup.
The roast pan I used is really too large, yet the other I have is too small.
(Plug your ears.... I use medium hamburg for this, as the lean always seems too dry)

A lesson for parents

As hard as it was to read this sad story HERE of a family who lost a 21 month old son, I feel I have no choice but to pass on the story and the important lesson about children and heavy furnishings.

free WiFi

McDonalds in Yarmouth has free wiFi !
Did you already know?
The Walmart outlet does not, but the Starr's road restaurant does.
Barrington does as well.
Find out if the McDonalds near you does by clicking here.

Tidy Tuesday

The toilet bowl.
A real challenge for those with rust, and those with boys.
A pumice stone ( can be bought through Regal for $6) works wonders I hear !
Never use bleach in your bowl if you have rust streaks. They'll only become harder to remove.
I have used a Mr Clean Magic Eraser in the toilets at work, under the rim, for any darkened lines. Works great !
I read that pouring a can of cola in the toilet and letting it sit overnight, followed by a morning scrub, produces a clean toilet bowl. So does 1 or 2 cups of vinegar in the bowl overnight.
As for greener, effective cleaners, I read some use 1/4 cup borax ( which I now have on hand since I make my own laundry detergent). If you are looking to make a toilet cleaning paste to use with your cleaning rag, combine 1/3 cup lemon juice and 2/3 cup borax.
In most articles, toilet brushes are highly recommended to clean your bowl. I feel if you are going to be using a rag to clean the outside first, you may as well use it on the inside, and you can get a real good scrubbing of the bowl and the ever important "under the rim".
I do love the toilet brush for a quick clean up.

Monday, July 11, 2011

Monday's Sexual Post

Food and Sex is the topic today. I don't mean aphrodisiacs.
I want to talk about sexually"playing" with your food.
There's always the option of slowly feeding your partner tiny morsels of food, such as strawberries, cherries and grapes , as a type of foreplay. A tender, gentle, nibble on the fruit will certainly have him thinking.
For men, I read that sticking your penis into a papaya, or quartered cantaloupe can be pleasurable. (quartered? hmm. that's what I read)
As for women, use common sense. Wash any food you plan to insert into your vagina. Bigger is better in this case ... good size carrots should be used rather than baby carrots. The last thing you want to go to the doctor for, is a lost baby carrot.
Cucumbers were mentioned as were bananas, room temperature or frozen.
Don't go with spicy foods such as cinnamon, peppers, cloves or mint. Surely you know that !
Don't use oily foods, and don't use sugar. Sugar is a no-no in the vagina.
Using chocolate sauce, & honey to lick off your partner is messy no doubt, and I don't really want them on my sheets, but you may want to pack it in your suitcase. Hotels are great for playtime ! I recall having champagne slurped from my belly button when I was young and beautiful. Hmmm.
Ice is much easier, and clean. Receiving a cool act of cunnilingus might be just what we women need!
Try something safe and popular... like whipped cream.
It's the number one food couples introduce in the bedroom.
I suggest you use it when you are young, when your nipples aren't yet pointing southeast and southwest.

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Bum deal (Repost)

No one wants to admit it, but we've likely all had a little butt blemish at one time. I did some research on Butt Bumps .... so here's how to keep your bum dot free.

Exfoliate: A buffed bum is a happy bum. Simply giving your bottom a scrub with a loofah, or srubby thingy will slough away dead skin cells. This won't get rid of existing bumps, but it should help prevent them in the future. Some even moisturize after. I read that some swear by the Neutrogena body scrub that has salicylic acid in it. Inexpensive too! Some use tea tree oil on the acne .

Butt bumps are worse in the summer and can be caused by heat, humidity, and wet bikini bottoms.... so keep your bum dry and cool!

Some switched to an all natural laundry soap and stopped using scented fabric softener and their rear pimples cleared right up.

Or if you don't mind a little mess, whip up an aspirin mask recipe
and moisturize. It works wonders some claim.

Saturday, July 09, 2011

Colorectal Surgeon



On the advice of the oceanographer, I looked up this fine song ...... here