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❝There I was born down there.Would you die for me?❞ —"Yes.“  ❝No,that’s too easy.Would you live for me? Will you bind your spirit to mine…in hate? Do you consign your soul to me? Do you laugh at the world in disgust?❞ — “Yes.”  ❝Do not say this oath thoughtlessly.Desire becomes surrender.Surrender becomes power.Do you want it? Do you REALLY want it?❞ —"I do.I do”  ❝Then goodbye Doctor Quinzel❞  Impressed,he watched her disappear into the hellish brew.She was gone.‘Forever’ he thought…

❝There I was born down there.Would you die for me?❞ —"Yes.“ ❝No,that’s too easy.Would you live for me? Will you bind your spirit to mine…in hate? Do you consign your soul to me? Do you laugh at the world in disgust?❞ — “Yes.” ❝Do not say this oath thoughtlessly.Desire becomes surrender.Surrender becomes power.Do you want it? Do you REALLY want it?❞ —"I do.I do” ❝Then goodbye Doctor Quinzel❞ Impressed,he watched her disappear into the hellish brew.She was gone.‘Forever’ he thought…

Easy way to make your bottle brush trees white: How To Bleach Bottle Brush Christmas Trees

Easy way to make your bottle brush trees white: How To Bleach Bottle Brush Christmas Trees

PINECONE FIRE STARTERS are great ways to get a fire roaring in the firepit. They are so easy to make and the also make a great gift!

PINECONE FIRE STARTERS are great ways to get a fire roaring in the firepit. They are so easy to make and the also make a great gift!

7. Fight stains and dirt with natural products. Before you reach for that stain-removing stick or bottle of chlorine bleach, try something gentler. Cornstarch and baking soda both work well to soak up oily stains; hydrogen peroxide can take the place of bleach (it's the main ingredient in most non-chlorine bleach products); and white vinegar is great for removing stains and ground-in dirt.

7. Fight stains and dirt with natural products. Before you reach for that stain-removing stick or bottle of chlorine bleach, try something gentler. Cornstarch and baking soda both work well to soak up oily stains; hydrogen peroxide can take the place of bleach (it's the main ingredient in most non-chlorine bleach products); and white vinegar is great for removing stains and ground-in dirt.

Are you tired of your home smelling like chemicals when you clean? You shouldn't have to leave the room in the middle of scrubbing down the counter because the smell of bleach is singeing your nose hairs. There's a better way.

Are you tired of your home smelling like chemicals when you clean? You shouldn't have to leave the room in the middle of scrubbing down the counter because the smell of bleach is singeing your nose hairs. There's a better way.

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