In these segments from the vault, I'm putting together a spa afternoon at home for myself and Mary Ellen. I'm joined by massage therapist, Peter B., who gives us the finer points of self massage and I put together a lovely Nouvelle Cuisine dinner for Mary Ellen and myself. It's a bit on the light side, but still tasty!
This week we delve into the archives for another pair of tips for your kitchen. Spreading butter on sliced bread can lead to torn slices and tears of frustration. Prevent that tsouris by buttering the slice before you cut it! Your watch is a delicate piece of machinery, even if it is just a cheapo dollar store purchase. Keep it running well by taking it off while doing the dishes and hanging it on a cup hook you install in a handy spot by the sink!
This one's from the vault. It originally aired in 2008. In it you'll see highlights of my visit to Philadelphia. Look for my trip to Philadelphia Home Art Garden (better known as P.H.A.G.) where we did a trunk show of my products, as well as my trip to Drexel University, where students created presentations for the flagship store for my brand, Felix Populi. See http://FelixPopuli.com
When it comes to summer itches, there's nothing like a little vitamin A. It will help your skin heal up from bites and rashes quickly and painlessly. Be careful of the dosage, however. Too much over too long a time can cause liver problems. And if you're looking for a place to store that vitamin A, why not sink a medicine cabinet into the wall to the left of your sink (if you can't put one in above the sink) and put it behind a picture rather than a mirror?
Belgian nun, Jeannine Deckers, aka: Soeur Sourire (Sister Smile) but better known in the U.S. as The Singing Nun. This is her remake (disco version 1982) of her 1963 classic hit Dominique and is the last video of her before her death in 1985.