Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Unlike cigarettes, cannabis requires you to roll the stuff yourself. If you want to make your smoking experience a good one, then you should go with the right sort of cigarette paper. Make sure to use thin or straw paper for rolling your weed. Use standard or king sized paper. Wide and square papers are typically the top to choose since they are very flexible.You can buy cigarette papers off the World wide web or in tobacco stores. But don't expect the local convenience stores to offer these issues because cannabis is not legal in many states. It's also wise to get hold of a rolling paper guard in the event you plan on carrying the stuff around with you. Just remember when you learn the smoking process you need to know how to learn how to roll a blunt so that you can get the best hits ever. These things tear easily therefore it is usually wisest to come prepared. Don't forget to bring some spare paper along with you also because occasionally one joint isn't good enough.
Take-out one of the papers and fold it half lengthwise using the glued side facing upwards. Get the bottom corner of the paper twisted. This will definitely function as the joint's front end. Have the grass and remember to evenly spread it out in the paper so the burn might be even. Don't put in a lot of stuff though because this can get the stick to never close correctly. Take the paper and roll it back and forth until the mix is equally dispersed and is cylindrically shaped.Place the roach in the center of one end-of the joint. Do not forget to put the roach before you roll the joint.Tuck up and roll the back half of the joint and seal it by licking the glued portion.Strive to twist the front end a little more and take off the tip by biting it off. Lick the sticky area of the rolling paper to seal the joint. Love your weed!
Occasionally life can be downright rough and strike you with several problems on the way. It is times like these when it's advisable to just relax and smoke a bit of Mary-jane to ignore those issues. The unfortunate part is the fact that most states consider joint to be illegal although there is technically nothing wrong with smoking it. Unlike drinking and smoking tobacco, weed does not have any bad effects on the body and so far nobody has ever died from utilizing it. Anyways, this post will show you the appropriate manner of rolling up a joint. Selecting a Rolling Paper
Get a rolling paper and have it folded half lengthwise and ensure the glued part is face-up. Head to one of the bottom corners and wriggle it. This can make up the front-end of the joint. Get the dope and remember to evenly spread it out in the paper hence the burn could be even.Be sure to not put in an excessive amount of grass within the combination or the stick won't close correctly.Roll the paper back and forth until the blend was dispersed evenly and turns cylindrical in shape. The roach must now be put at the centre of a single end of the cigarette. Make sure to set it in before you roll the stick.Tuck up and roll the rear half of the joint and seal it by licking the glued portion.Strive to twist the front-end a bit more and remove the tip by biting it off. Lick the sticky area of the cigarette paper to seal the joint. Love your cannabis!
Thursday, January 27, 2011
This next amazing offer from Stampin' Up! is worth sharing, but worth sharing right! During Sale-a-bration,
- The Starter Kit (Standard or Digital+) for 15 percent off--that's over $310 worth of Stampin' Up! products for just $148.75!
- They get a Bonus Bundle (worth up to $50) on top of the fabulous Starter Kit to get them off to an awesome start!
How great is that! These are all amazing offers!
So have fun if you should decide to join the Stampin' Up! family during this amazing promotion! I'd love to have you join our team in your stamping adventure!
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
It's that time of year....Sale-a-bration! Alrighty, there are two parts to Sale-a-bration which are exciting for YOU the customer (and of course demonstrators you know what's exciting for you!) The first is FREE product the second is an AMAZING recruiting opportunity. I'll touch on the recruiting tomorrow, as I want to talk about the SALE today!
Here are the details of Sale-a-bration: For EVERY $50 you spend before shipping and taxes you will receive FREE product of your choice. There are 6 exclusive Sale-a-bration items...ones you will not be able to purchase and you won't see again after March 30th! There are 3 stamp sets, an embellishment bundle, an MDS (digital software) CD (with all the Sale-a-bration product on it!) and some home decor! If none of these float your boat.....GUESS WHAT???? There are like 50 stamp sets out of the current catalog you can choose from! Hello.....isn't that amazing!
This amazing deal is good from now until the end of March! In the meantime, check back tomorrow for my kick of the Sale-a-bration details!
Have a wonderful day!
Thursday, January 20, 2011
New Year = time to get caught up on my scrapbooking! We were *lucky* to have had over 8" of snow here in Greenville last week! The kids loved it - no school for a week due to the icy roads - and lots of time for sledding, playing, and having all kinds of fun!
I have made it a goal to get caught up on the kids scrapbooks - and the best way to get yourself motivated to scrap again (I haven't scrapped since last Spring!!) is to start with the most recent event and work backwards. Your memories are fresh and you feel like you have accomplished so much by getting the latest thing done!!
This page is for the recent snow that we received - I love how easy digital scrapbooking is - and it only takes a few seconds to swap out the photos to personalize it for other family members!
Friday, December 10, 2010
I have often driven past the A&P Restaurant on Hwy 14 (1526 S Hwy 14, Greer, SC) and wondered about it. I had seen plenty of business there - but as I have learned here in SC - folks are loyal to certain restaurants and what they are familiar with from growing up, etc.
I had the chance to eat lunch there one day with my husband - and have to say - all of the business I have seen there is definitely for a reason!
We stayed with the standard meal of burgers and the half and half (fries and onion rings). Also on the menu are the typical sandwiches along with the meat and three menus of similar small restaurants in this area.
Both of us really liked our burgers! I had a cheeseburger while my husband had the chili cheeseburger. The fries and onion rings were also very good - and as you can see - one portion is enough for two to share!
Like many restaurants outside of Greenville city limits, this restaurant had a smoking section (which we didn't realize as we sat down at first.. then had to move) - so that could bother those who do not want to smell smoke while eating. It wasn't bad... but it is there...
This place is definitely worth a visit! It is close to the airport - so if you needed a meal to take on a plane flight - I would run by here first and be all set to go!
Friday, December 3, 2010
Hans and Franz (3124 South Highway 14
Greenville, SC 29615) is a German style restaurant that has opened up this past summer.
It can be a little hard to find - it is almost at the intersection of 14 and Pelham Rd. - look right behind Charlie's BBQ and you will see the building a little bit up on the hill.
The place definitely has an ambiance about it - but it doesn't remind me of any German restaurants that I have ever been to in my life - here in the States or in Germany. They have one beer on draft - Weihenstephaner- which is a wheat beer that might not be to everyone's taste. I wish that there were other types of beer to select from... but there is a bottle beer menu to select another style beer. Warning - there are only a couple of German beers listed here also - it is definitely a multicultural choice around the world for their beers.
As an appetizer, we had the obatzda spread - which consists of brie, cream cheese, paprika, and spices - served with crackers. This version is completely different from the one that I had in Munich - which had blue cheese in it and was softer in texture.
The beer garden here seems nice, but it does get busy early. When we arrived, the large tables still had room, but the folks at them seemed possessive of them.. perhaps waiting for others to arrive?!? We opted to sit inside - but the noise level was very loud due to music and the general acoustics of the place. After the appetizer and beer, we were ready to head out and find some place a little quieter!
Would I go again? Probably. I would like to try some more food there. The owner is also the owner of Addy's - a Belgium bar in downtown Greenville.
Have a nice weekend!
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
Are you a stamper or scrapbooker? If so, check out Stampin' Up!'s great online spectacular - only until Nov. 30!
Go to my online store now to see what wonderful deals are there! Great for gifts and yourself!
For details on the sale - you can also view this online flyer- let me know if you need help with your order!
enjoy your holiday!