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    Jeppy: I wear foundation but have never worn primer, so I think you'll be OK without it. I'm actually a bit apprehensive about what oil prices will be next heating season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosarugosa View Post
    Jeppy: I wear foundation but have never worn primer, so I think you'll be OK without it. I'm actually a bit apprehensive about what oil prices will be next heating season.
    Me too. I hope the impending election causes the government to do something to bring them under control. I saw the other day they are highest on the coasts, furthest from the Texas oil refineries.

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    With my garden scaled back to herbs only I am not using my hose. I just hand water. This saves the wasteful process of:

    Turn hose on and while water is running drag it, untangling as needed, to where I water.
    Water.
    While hose us running return to the outdoor tap to turn it off.

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    Forced frugality - was going to see if DB could help me put in my A/C and it wasn't there. Turns out DS took it as his broke and he left a note that a new one has been ordered. This is OK with me as his room is on the second floor and he needs it more than me. So until it gets here the electric bill will be lower than it would be otherwise.

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    I think I had posted a while back that we got rid of the HUGE charcoal grill that hardly ever got used. Trip to Aldi's on Thursday to prep for camping and found a little "Weber-like" charcoal grill for $12.00! Hope to try it out today with some hot dogs left over from camping.
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    If you are used to a big charcoal grill I would think the little one will be great.

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    This is primer stuff something women use on our faces? Do you use that underneath foundation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iris lilies View Post
    This is primer stuff something women use on our faces? Do you use that underneath foundation?
    Yes and yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yppej View Post
    Yes and yes.
    Honestly Jeppy until today I never heard of a “primer” as facial make up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iris lilies View Post
    Honestly Jeppy until today I never heard of a “primer” as facial make up.
    It's a silicone concoction designed to allow for smoother application of foundation, if I'm not mistaken.

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