Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Things I'd Like to Know More About

Canning

Wheat

Baking

Gardening

Home Improvement

Food Storage

Sewing

Quilting

Couponing

Homemade baby food

Using cloth diapers

Buying a home

New health care plan

Scriptures

How to do taxes if you did summer sales

How to fix the Jeep once and for all

How to have an amazing interview

How to keep hair looking healthy and strong (I have a billion split ends)

and a kajillion other things....

6 comments:

Cassie Lynne said...

I'll tell you one thing...
Wheat + Cassie = Bald and infertile Cassie.. haha
But I agree.. there's a TON I'd like to know more about. Especially canning.. love you

Andrea said...

I could teach you about couponing
and home made baby food.
And I think one more thing..but I don't remember.
Oh and theres a website I've seen before about canning. I'll let you know if I find it.

Aimee said...

looks like our lists have things in common! I'm pretty good with plants (at least as a future landscape architecture major, I should be) if you ever need any help! :)

The Wettstein Family said...

Let me know when you learn all that stuff, so you can teach it to me.

Jenny Lee said...

only was your hair every other day. the days you dont use shampoo just rinse it,then put a little bit of conditioner on the ends. not on your scalp. rely on your natural oils to do your scalp. also, dont wrap your hair up in a towel after you shower. pat it dry then brush it while its wet, and then use a blow dryer. and vitamins.

as for quilting, start with a small baby quilt. get or borrow a small quilt frame. pick out some material for a crib size quilt (a pattern for the top, a nice soft flannel for the bottom and something for the binding.) then get some batting. i suggest the cotton shop in provo, the ladies there are all very helpful. and they have a lot of cute fabric.

thats all i've got for now :)

Marilee and Brian said...

Split ends...
Don't be lazy cut your hair AT LEAST every 10 to 12 weeks. I hate it too but we gotta do it. And put on a thermal protectant every time you blow dry or use any sort of iron (flat or curl) on those hairs. And if you can manage wash your hair twice a week or three times at most. And try not to brush wet hair too much let it air dry a little.

It takes some getting used to but I promise it works that is how I got my pixie to my bra strap in 2 years... patience and shears!