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Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Have you tried Would You Lather? natural bath and body products yet? They are FABULOUS!!!! Learn how to get yours.

Recently I was lucky enough to try out a bunch of various Would You Lather? items. I will be composing a full review of all the items and what all they can be used for soon, but I just had to write a brief post telling you about them right away. They are AMAZING!!!!!! (which is saying a lot coming from me since I usually don't use that sort of stuff due to allergies!) They are all natural, vegetable based and paraben free. They smell wonderful, but also offer every product scent free. They even offer products for infants. You have to check them out. 

Here is a brief description of Would You Lather?

"Would You Lather? was born from our desire to produce a more pure and natural alternative to the usual commercial choices of soap. As parents, we strive to provide a healthy environment for our family.  It is known that what we put on our bodies can have as much impact as what we put in them.  We use pure, simple, natural ingredients.

All our unique scents are derived from pure essential oils and high quality fragrance oils. We make our entire product line in small, precisely measured batches to ensure the very best quality and freshness.

Would You Lather? is available at All About You Day Spa in Franklin, Indiana, aba-creations Art Gallery and Thyme to Heal in Shelbyville, Indiana.   We are also at the Shelbyville Farmers' Market this summer most Saturdays. We will have a booth at the Greenwood Freedom Festival on June 29, 2013."

~Brian & Cheri

You can check out their website and purchase items by CLICKING HERE.

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Tuesday, June 25, 2013

FREE Kids Workshop at Home Depot 1st Saturday of the Month. July 6th Build a Despicable Me 2 item!

This info is for previous workdhops. To see current workshop info use the search bar above and type in "Home Depot".

The below info comes directly from the Home Depot website and can be seen by CLICKING HERE.

TIME TO GET HANDS ON!The Home Depot offers free workshops for do-it-yourselfers of all ages and experience levels.
  • Review the schedule of upcoming workshops and choose a specific workshop to attend.
  • You'll see a variety of workshops scheduled - please be sure to select the correct workshop you'd like to participate in.
  • Come Out and Play with the Fun of "Despicable Me 2"!

    • Wait until you see the surprise craft that Home Depot & "Despicable Me 2" have in store for you!
    • Check out "Despicable Me 2", only in theaters, starting July 3, 2013, from Universal Studios.
    • FREE hands-on workshops designed for children ages 5 - 12 offered the 1st Saturday of every month at all The Home Depot stores between 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
    • Workshops teach children do-it-yourself skills, tool safety and instill a sense of pride and accomplishment.
    • All kids get to keep their craft and receive a FREE Kids Workshop Apron, commemorative pin and certificate of achievement.

    • Sat, Jul 6, 2013
    • 09:00 am - 12:00 pm

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    Thursday, June 13, 2013

    Flag Day is June 14th. What is Flag Day and Why Do We Celebrate Flag Day?

    Below is a post written by a friend of mine, Amy Yarsinske, who is a wonderful historical author. She has written wonderful books. 
    Click HERE to view her website and books she has written. 

    June 14, is Flag Day. There are many stories as to how it got its beginning. Millions of Americans observe Flag Day by waving Old Glory outside their homes and businesses. Veterans' groups and sometimes whole communities also arrange civic functions and special ceremonies in honor of Flag Day.

    As the legend goes, it was George Washington and two other members of the Continental Congress
     who asked Betsy Ross to sew the first American flag sometime in the late spring of 1776. The young widow was only in her early 20s when she completed the first flag with thirteen stars arranged in a circle.

    A year later, the Continental Congress officially adopted the design for the national flag, and henceforward the Stars and Stripes symbolized the United States around the world.

    The first "official" Flag Day was celebrated in 1877 - the flag's centennial. In 1916, a grassroots movement resulted in President Woodrow Wilson issuing a proclamation that called for a nationwide observance of Flag Day on June 14. Although still not an official holiday, Flag Day was made a permanent observance in America in 1949 by Congress who resolved "That the 14th day of June of each year is hereby designated as Flag Day."

    Flag Day fun facts

    Why red, white and blue? To the original members of the Continental Congress, red stood for hardiness and courage, white for purity and innocence, and blue for vigilance and justice.

    Why thirteen stars and stripes? They represented the thirteen American colonies which rallied around the new flag in their fight against the British for self-governance.

    The thirteen colonies included Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Virginia.

    To this day, thirteen stripes still commemorate the original colonies. Instead of thirteen stars, today the number of stars on the US flag has grown to 50, representing every state in the Union.

    Looking for fun Flag Day crafts, snacks and more? Check out our Red, White and Blue board on Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/pebblebypebble/red-white-and-blue/

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    Tuesday, June 4, 2013

    Horse Summer Camp near Indianapolis. Horseback riding, care, activities, crafts and more! 1st session starts Monday!!!!! ACT FAST



    Your child’s uniqueness is a priority. We enjoy knowing each individual and extend to them an invitation for a summer, fun-filled, learning adventure with horses and good friends.

    We teach horse care, safety practices and the joy of a relationship between horse and rider. Because our camp is a non-competitive, skills-oriented camp we pride ourselves in giving our rider’s sound safe information and practice with both horse care and riding. We limit the number of campers to ten per session so that each child gets lots of individual attention and time with the horses.
    This program is for those children that love horses and want to learn to ride, make new friends and learn about the wonderful world of horses. Campers will be surrounded by horses and horse-related activities. Group games and fun activates teach campers not only the basics of riding but self confidence. 

    Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts can earn their belt loop/badge. Simply tell your leader that you have completed your requirements and they will provide it. If your scout attends camp, $10 will be donated back to your Pack/Troop.
    A percentage of all proceeds will be donated to a local CRU.  

    WHEN:  JUNE 10-14 Or JUNE 24-28
    TIME:   9:00 AM-2:00 
    Friday Family Night Cookout 5:00pm Fun for the whole family. Campers teach family what they've learned. 
    COST:  $180.00, $50.00 non refundable deposit
    WHERE: Timber Trail Farms, 13650 Howe Rd. ,Fishers IN 46038
    CONTACT: Bonnie Hart (317) 407-0296
    ** Campers are to bring a sack lunch, snacks and water are provided.

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