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Woman using velcro to hang a picture

1. Hang pieces of art or photos on a wall. Stick several strips of Velcro to the wall and to the back of a lightweight frame.
2. Prevent a jacket or a blouse from gaping open. Sew small pieces of Velcro between the buttons to create a smooth surface.
3. Keep a rug in place. Stick pieces of Velcro to the floor and to the bottom of the rug.
4. Stop seat cushions from sliding off kitchen chairs. Place strips of Velcro on the chair and on the cushion.
5. Organize toys. Affix a Velcro strip to the wall and Velcro pieces to stuffed animals to make cleanup fun for toddlers.
6. Keep track of the remote. Use Velcro to attach the remote to the side of the TV when it’s not in use.
7. Remove pills from sweaters. Use the hook side of Velcro to pull off pesky balls.
8. Restrain wayward cords. Keep them in one place with a strip of Velcro.
9. Keep a pen or paper handy. Place a small piece of Velcro next to a desk calendar and on a pen so you can jot down to-dos ASAP. In the car, stick a notepad to the dashboard or the door of the glove compartment and you’ll always have paper for a brilliant thought or a last-minute errand.
10. Picnic in peace. Keep a tablecloth from flying away by applying Velcro to the underside of the cloth and to the picnic table.

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A day with kids

Picnik collage-ADayWithJoshua

There is nothing wrong with being a kid and being with the kids. A day such as these brings smiles, laughters and wonderful memories.

Each day and each time we spent those wacky moments with our kids and makes us a kid. It surely reminds me of my childhood and all the wonderful stories my brothers and sister has and have shared.

Makes me missed them so much and Cebu. Cebu the city that doesn’t sleeps and the wonderful beaches and white sands. I missed a lot of things in Cebu most especially my childhood days.

Love being a kid again even for a day….. 🙂