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Sunshine Rain

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Emily RoyFull of fun and passion, Emily invests her energy in her cleaning business (where she has learned so many of the great tips!) and in helping her family’s business. …

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Roy’s Laundry Soap

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Laundry day, for some it’s a dreaded chore but for others it’s a welcomed privilege. Around my house there is a lot of laundry to be done and due to the nature of their business the fella’s in the family really put their clothes to work. We’ve had many different laundry detergents and as you know, they are mostly expensive. Besides the expense, many don’t do much more than make them smell clean.

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Simple Green

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This article is a “shout out” to our all-American, Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner. There are many cleaners made by Simple Green, from granite cleaner to laundry detergent! This article will focus on my go-to: the all-purpose cleaner.

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Brightening Tile Grout

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I am always amazed at how many methods of cleaning there are for everything! When it comes to tile grout stains, there are numerous impressive before and after shots of floors out there and I’ve noticed that many of those remarkable tough jobs were done by…

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Book Recommendations

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To the residents of England’s countryside, the fairgrounds had a singular attraction, and the caravans were watched for with expectancy. Many a young person sighed with envy as they observed their apparent carefree and happy lifestyle. The actors led a life of never-ending parties! I can see it all now, the gilded cars, stately horses and riders, and the awe-struck crowd.

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Recommendations

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Eight Cousins, written by Louisa M. Alcott, is one of my favorite stories. There are 24 chapters, each several pages long. Its style is enjoyable for the teenager. A young person under the age of 12 might find it a challenge because, I’ll admit, it’s not one of those attractive, easy-read stories that capture your attention entirely by the fifth line. Mom is now reading it aloud to Grace (age10) and she is thoroughly enjoying it.