15 November 2010

An amazing story can be yours to share

Seeing as no one, not one person, wants to play my game I'm changing the rules. All you have to do is leave a comment to register your name and I'll do a draw.

It's my game, and I can change the rules if I want to.

07 November 2010

And another thing....

Thanks to Clare for this. Just don't go there unless you have at least an hour to spare - I could spend a fortune!!

06 November 2010

Look what I found!!



Things You'll Need:

  • 3/4 cup liquid dish washing detergent

  • 4 tablespoons glycerine

  • 4 1/2 cups water

  • fluorescent highlighter pen (yellow, green or orange)

  • plastic container with lid

  • bubble wand

  1. 1

    Mix together the liquid dish washing detergent, water and glycerine in a plastic container; set aside.

  2. 2

    Carefully cut the highlighter pen in half with a sharp knife. Don't cut through the coloured ink soaked felt - that is what is going to give the glow and dark colour to your bubbles. For best results, use yellow, orange or green highlighter pen colours.

  3. 3

    Skim of any foam from the top of the soap/glycerine/water mixture that is resting on the surface.

  4. 4

    Place the ink felt from the highlighter pen into the mixture; let soak for at least an hour. With a gloved hand, remove and discard the felt.

  5. 5

    Shine a black light over the soapy mixture a few minutes for even a better effect. Keep container covered with lid while not in use.

Read more:
How to Make Glow In the Dark Bubbles | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_5149273_make-glow-dark-bubbles.html#ixzz14VhmJubJ

04 November 2010

FANFARE PLEASE! Let's play You've Been Framed!

"Incredibly funny. . . A bird's–eye view into what it's really like
to love and raise kids with autism."
—Jenny McCarthy, from her foreword

ALL I CAN HANDLE: I'm No Mother Teresa
(A Life Raising Three Daughters with Autism)

By Kim Stagliano
How one woman raises three autistic daughters, loses one at Disney World, stays married, Has sex, bakes gluten-free, goes broke, and keeps her sense of humour.

This is your chance to win a copy of possibly the funniest "kimoir" you will ever read. All you have to do is leave a comment of your funniest moment, autism related or not, and a la Harry Hill I will pick a winner. I'll give you a week.

If you can't wait a week, you'll just have to get it off Amazon - here you go just click here no need to thank me, but you will.