just in case

For the woman I met who was going to bleach the inside of her tea mugs, I was too shy to say but I recommend a little baking soda sprinkled in and then vinegar poured in, let it sit for a little while before sponging and rinsing, I use white alcohol vinegar. It is a great way to clean toilets and baths and sinks, and children love the fizziness, I should say it’s a great way to get children to clean toilets and baths and sinks. And if you teach children to clean after themselves you make way for a better world.
Something I learned, something I have seen and felt to be true : from Fransciscan priest Richard Rohr, “Pain that is not transformed is transferred.”

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