Comments for summersnook.com http://summersnook.com "If evolution really works, how come mothers only have two hands?" - Milton Berle Tue, 08 Mar 2011 03:05:05 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.7.1 hourly 1 Comment on A Birth Story by Annette ../../2011/02/a-birth-story/comment-page-1/#comment-10351 Annette Mon, 21 Feb 2011 00:21:16 +0000 ../../?p=1819#comment-10351 I'm continually amazed at how often families experience both a death and a birth close to one another--someone exiting their mortal existence and then ushering a new loved one into it. Powerful post. I’m continually amazed at how often families experience both a death and a birth close to one another–someone exiting their mortal existence and then ushering a new loved one into it.

Powerful post.

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Comment on A Birth Story by Aunt Darlene ../../2011/02/a-birth-story/comment-page-1/#comment-10350 Aunt Darlene Fri, 18 Feb 2011 00:31:28 +0000 ../../?p=1819#comment-10350 Thank you so much Summer, for sharing this story of the birth of your new little son. I truly believe in my heart that it was your grandma Dian's wish to have those few prescious moments with her new great-grandson, before his birth into the world. I am also sure that he too felt her love and experienced the comfort and peace that she brought to all in our family. Thank you so much Summer, for sharing this story of the birth of your new little son. I truly believe in my heart that it was your grandma Dian’s wish to have those few prescious moments with her new great-grandson, before his birth into the world. I am also sure that he too felt her love and experienced the comfort and peace that she brought to all in our family.

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Comment on A Birth Story by mom ../../2011/02/a-birth-story/comment-page-1/#comment-10349 mom Wed, 16 Feb 2011 07:18:50 +0000 ../../?p=1819#comment-10349 so very beautiful summer. thank you. so very beautiful summer. thank you.

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Comment on A Birth Story by Jenny Ballif ../../2011/02/a-birth-story/comment-page-1/#comment-10348 Jenny Ballif Wed, 16 Feb 2011 01:49:21 +0000 ../../?p=1819#comment-10348 Beautiful and touching. Thanks for sharing. Beautiful and touching. Thanks for sharing.

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Comment on A Birth Story by Jenni ../../2011/02/a-birth-story/comment-page-1/#comment-10347 Jenni Tue, 15 Feb 2011 22:32:24 +0000 ../../?p=1819#comment-10347 That is a beautiful post, and I think the timing of it now is wonderful I love you, hopefully I'll be seeing you real soon. That is a beautiful post, and I think the timing of it now is wonderful I love you, hopefully I’ll be seeing you real soon.

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Comment on A Birth Story by Bessie ../../2011/02/a-birth-story/comment-page-1/#comment-10346 Bessie Tue, 15 Feb 2011 22:09:44 +0000 ../../?p=1819#comment-10346 So sweet. I am glad you are able to to put all this into words and keep it for yourself, family and friends to read! So sweet. I am glad you are able to to put all this into words and keep it for yourself, family and friends to read!

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Comment on Drive Thru Pee Peril or Why you should always have a water bottle in your car if you have boys by joshua congdon ../../2008/02/drive-thru-pee-peril-or-why-you-should-always-have-a-water-bottle-in-your-car-if-you-have-boys/comment-page-1/#comment-10338 joshua congdon Fri, 03 Dec 2010 22:15:12 +0000 http://summersnook.wordpress.com/?p=615#comment-10338 good story i love stories like this yeah it's a good thing that you had a bottle laying around in the car i will make sure to keep that kind of thing in the car for now on wheather i have kids or not some day because like everyone says when you gotta go you gotta go good story i love stories like this yeah it’s a good thing that you had a bottle laying around in the car i will make sure to keep that kind of thing in the car for now on wheather i have kids or not some day because like everyone says when you gotta go you gotta go

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Comment on Crochet Handbag with Flower, Leaves and Bead Detail by Clotilde m. ../../2009/01/crochet-handbag-with-flower-and-bead-detail/comment-page-1/#comment-10328 Clotilde m. Wed, 03 Nov 2010 04:01:32 +0000 ../../?p=1032#comment-10328 Very cute! The beads are a lovely detail that enhances the flower. Very cute! The beads are a lovely detail that enhances the flower.

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Comment on Homemade Jewelry by Jennifer ../../2010/05/homemade-jewelry/comment-page-1/#comment-10321 Jennifer Tue, 19 Oct 2010 20:15:38 +0000 ../../?p=1808#comment-10321 Those are beautiful! I love the blue shirt, AND the necklace you made to go with it. I've been thinking about trying some jewelry...you make it sound so easy! Thanks for sharing your beautiful designs. :biggrin: Those are beautiful! I love the blue shirt, AND the necklace you made to go with it. I’ve been thinking about trying some jewelry…you make it sound so easy! Thanks for sharing your beautiful designs. :biggrin:

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Comment on Take care of those pests with Febreze? by Mhu Cao ../../2009/05/take-care-of-those-pests-with-febreze/comment-page-1/#comment-10318 Mhu Cao Sun, 10 Oct 2010 17:06:27 +0000 ../../?p=1337#comment-10318 Out of nowhere, ANTS! A conga line of them stretched from behind the bookshelves, across the dining room, to the kitchen trash can. The first thing at hand was a spray bottle of Febreze, which I picked up and squeezed a triggerful down on a large area. A fine mist drifted down. At first, it looked like they froze upon contact with the spray. As time went on, I realized that they were all dead. So, back towards the bookshelf I went, aerial bombing all the way, spreading death to the hundreds of ants along the trail. Instantly dead. I did little different from a basic Febreze application, with the bottle held at about waist level. My fiance freaks out at spiders, so I suppose they are next. My baseboards are going to get a treatment of my home-brew capsacin and boric acid creep inhibitor concoction. That will give long-term protection, but the Febreze instant-kill will be on my COSTCO list. Out of nowhere, ANTS! A conga line of them stretched from behind the bookshelves, across the dining room, to the kitchen trash can. The first thing at hand was a spray bottle of Febreze, which I picked up and squeezed a triggerful down on a large area. A fine mist drifted down.

At first, it looked like they froze upon contact with the spray. As time went on, I realized that they were all dead. So, back towards the bookshelf I went, aerial bombing all the way, spreading death to the hundreds of ants along the trail. Instantly dead.

I did little different from a basic Febreze application, with the bottle held at about waist level. My fiance freaks out at spiders, so I suppose they are next.

My baseboards are going to get a treatment of my home-brew capsacin and boric acid creep inhibitor concoction. That will give long-term protection, but the Febreze instant-kill will be on my COSTCO list.

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