Mission Trips

Hello!!! This is Eve...

Where do I start... OK. Well last year my sister Hannah went on a mission trip (with an organisation, not by herself) to Cambodia to work in an orphanage and stuff... and now this year my brother Jeremy is going to P.N.G to help build an airstrip! He is leaving in December!!! I hope to go somewhere when I'm older too...

See you later. :P

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The "no shampoo" Challenge

by Eve
(Sunbury)

OK! I know this sounds funny... but what it really is, is not using shampoo :)My sister Hannah is trying it right now and I want to try it sooner or later.

You wash it with bicarb soda and water instead :P
Here's how I do it:

Dump one to two tablespoons of baking soda in a cup at the beginning of a shower.
Add to it a cup or so of hot water.
Shake until the baking soda is dissolved.
Pour it in small amounts over my scalp, thoroughly massaging the portion of the scalp that the baking-soda-water hits, until it feels slippery (at first it will feel gritty).
Continue the pouring and massaging until my whole head feels slippery.

Rinse thoroughly. It should feel squeaky clean now.

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Nov 28, 2011
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That sounds cool
by: Anonymous

That sounds really cool, but as the first person said, that might not be too good for your hair. Hmmmmm, it was creative though.

Aug 13, 2011
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Is that good for your hair?
by: Anonymous

I'm sure it gets your hair very clean, but is it good for your hair? Baking soda is a base, and an acidic ph is better for hair and skin... it makes the hair's stand up when you put base on it. The hair will look dull, and frizzy if it's curly.
k bye

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Bootcamp!!!!!!!!!

by Eve
(Sunbury)

My sister Hannah and I are planning to do a 'Bootcamp' in our backyard! This is our schedule:

6:00 :Wake up
6:10 : Be ready
6:15 : Go for a powerwalk
6:45 : Collect breakfast, eat and do laundry
7:30 : Devotions
8:00 : Work
11:30 : recreation in the garage: singing, dancing, craft
12:30 : Lunch and another devotion
1:30 : Work
4:30 shower time and free time
5:30 : Tea time
6:00 : Dishes
6:30 : Walk, praise and worship in the garage and recreation
8:30 : Bed!!!!!!!!

So yeah that is what we will be doing on the 10th to the 12th of Jan!
:)

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