I know u didn't do this cause I didn't see you there. Perhaps you were just wage slaving today!
Use as a hook - drapery, pegboard
Use as cotter pin to hold lawnmower wheels
Use to replace a broken or lost door hinge pin
Use as a zipper pull
Toilet flapper chain
Sew into screen door hole
To fasten new upholstery onto existing cushions
Replaces missing eyeglass screws (the ones that back out at the arm hinge)
Pour one cup into clogged drain; follow with one-cup vinegar, flush with hot water
Clear scotch tape
Use to replace the plastic tip on shoelaces
I know lots of people are turned off by the high price of food festivals. So here is what we did this weekend during Pierogi Fest. We walked over there Saturday just to scope things out. Then, 2 hours before closing on Sunday, we returned to haggle and make purchases at deep discounts. Food and merchandise vendors do not want to drag stuff back with them!
7 pierogi for $5 (was 6 for $5 all weekend)
$1 slice of pizza (was $3.50 all weekend)
A dress that was $35 was purchased for $25!
The other day I was watching the news and they had a Chicago chef, along with an expert forager, picking up food along side a Wisconsin road. Happy hunting!
BEST BETS ==> Cattail, Inner Pine Bark, Purple Clover, Dandelion, Acorns, Squirrel, Rabbit, Trout, Crayfish, Snakes, Frogs,