[Ansteorra] the Blessings of vingar
herrdetlef at gmail.com
Sun Jan 17 12:11:17 PST 2010
In the summer between my freshman and sophomore years in high school, I fell
out of a tree and sprained an ankle at my grandparents' ranch. Only two
weeks before band camp was to begin, I was worried that I wouldn't be able
to march in time.
My grandmother tore a brown paper bag into strips and soaked the strips in
vinegar. Once they were saturated, she wrapped the strips around my ankle,
and then wrapped a bandage around the whole mess.
The smell was annoying, but I was on my feet again in just a couple days. I
My mom cleans her coffee pot by brewing vinegar through it. Most of the
times when I was in high school, she'd do it early on Saturday morning, the
ONLY day anybody could sleep in at our house (and if we'd had a football
game the night before, I really needed the extra sleep!). If we had had
things like the Internet in those days, I would have printed a picture of
Joan Crawford and stuck it to the refrigerator door.
I may have to go to confession for that thought.....
Detlef von Marburg
On Sun, Jan 17, 2010 at 2:04 PM, Amy Adams <irinavukoslava at yahoo.com> wrote:
> When I worked in home health, we used to actually recommend soaking medical
> supplies that had to be reused in a white vinegar and water mixture, then
> rinse with water.
> We found that this did a terrific job on those items that could not be
> exposed to extreme temperatures and that adding soap to would be a bad idea.
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and what does the LORD require of you
but to do justice, and to love kindness,
and to walk humbly with your God?
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