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If you are in a Children’s Place store and they don’t have an item/size you are looking for, you can ask them for a shipping code for free shipping and they give you one gladly.
When children are young you want to eat them,
When they are older you are upset why you didn’t
It’s interesting b/c in the chassidishe circles there are so many older boys and hardly any older girls…
I said perek shira for 40 days for a relative to get engaged and — on the 41st day we heard the mazal tov! I promised to publicize it, and this is a great forum to do so. Oif simchas by everyone!
Designing I’ll be #3 for you. (BTW DA posted twice, didn’t he?)
I guess you can include me too. Thanks, designing. Looking forward but hope you won’t overwork…
Thank you Mr./Mrs. Designing. I will use your advice iy”h. Judging on your screenname, I assume you registered specifically to answer my question. Thanks. I appreciate it very much.
Thanks everybody! I’m really getting gr8 tips.
One specific thing I had in mind was actually what I saw on a slide presentation I once watched. They had the photos “pulled” out of “file boxes”, photos coming out of “photo albums” and other cool stuff. How do I get my photos to do that on the computer?
Here is my version of Givperf’s pineapple kugel.
I get two kugels from the recipe.
It tastes and looks just like a cheesecake. Yum!
I have the exact same ingredients, but I drain and blend the pineapple for a better texture. The batter I pour into 2 ready round pie crusts and when it’s baked I top them with Cherry pie filling which is really optional.
BTW, can somebody explain the game Family Feud?
We also played Bingo with family members but instead of using family names, we used numbers for example: 54 was used to represent the 5th child in the family’s fourth child. 542 was used to represent that person’s (54’s) second child. It only works for 2+ generation families. It came out very cute.
Here are some others we played:
21 questions with pictures. We pasted a picture of a family member/celebrity etc. to somebody’s forehead and they had to guess who it is with 21 questions.
Each family got a different family to buy a game pertaining to that family. For example, we had a sister who was obsessed with glasses for herself, her kids… She got the game FRAME IT. It worked out very well.
Guess the smile. Also a bingo but with smiles, we had just the smiles of everybody cut out and we had to guess who they belong to.