April 19, 2013
Spring break left a tease of Florida sunshine on my nose. Here's an email from my mother who lives in Minnesota. I think this type of correspondence ended up in lots of inboxes.
Thanks for the reply, glad you got away for Spring break. Did you experience the recent tornadoes that went through your area? When a recent storm was headed for the Georgia, I saw your town in its path on the weather channel. Wish you had a basement instead of an attic. I used to worry when you lived in New York City, now I worry when you are in Atlanta. I guess mothers worry. Take care and enjoy the spring. It's still winter here in White Bear Lake, yes still, even my seasonal depression is depressed.
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Mops are similar to sponges in that they have the same potential to spread germs and dirt over and over again.If your mop has a removable head, throw it in the washing machine, and run it with bleach and hot water. For traditional mops, wash the head with dish detergent and hot water.
Squeeze out excess water and let air dry. Store a mop the same way as you would a broom: with the head up. The biggest mistake is leaving a damp mop in a pail — it will just breed more bacteria.
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