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Tehillim Kollel "The oldest segulah known to Klal Yisrael"

Weekly column of stories on the power of tehillim, brought to you by the Tehillim Kollel of New York

Week of July 10, 2013 ‫בס"ד‬

A Bachur in his Thirties Finds his Bashert It was a very special day for all of us at the Tehillim Kollel when we heard the news. Enthusiastic “Mazel Tov”s were exchanged by members of the minyanim and staff in all the branches that encompass the international Tehillim Kollel network, where the entire sefer tehillim is recited on a daily basis on behalf of its members and all of Klal Yisrael. Tehillim Kollel is accustomed to receiving good news from its members on a daily basis, but this wasn’t just your usual story. The news we heard that day was so powerful and incredible that it warranted an extra measure of excitement and praise to Hashem for its clear demonstration of the potency of the oldest segula of Klal Yisrael, the tehillim, even in our own times. He was thirty-two years old. He had been searching for his bashert for over a decade and his family and friends had done everything in their power to speed up the process, but apparently, in heaven, it was not deemed to be the right time yet. Years passed, suggestions were raised, ideas proposed, but nothing panned out. Rivers of tears were shed by the bachur and all his loved ones, and yet they would not waver in their faith that his time would yet come. And then, his salvation arrived. The bachur signed up as a member with the Tehillim Kollel and within days, a shidduch was suggested which seemed remarkably appropriate. Once things were set in motion, the shidduch proceeded quickly and smoothly until, to everyone’s joy, the couple celebrated their engagement, in the merit of the tehillim.

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‫תהלים‬ ‫כולל‬ ‫די עלטסטע סגולה‬ ‫פון כלל ישראל‬

‫שבת‬ ‫קודש‬ ‫פרשת‬

‫קאלום‬ ‫וועכנטליכער ָ‬ ‫פון לעצטיגע ערציילונגען‬ ‫איבערגעגעבן דורכ'ן "תהלים כולל"‬

‫דברים‬

‫ו' אב תשע"ג לפ"ק‬

‫בס"ד‬

‫געווארן‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫געהאלפן‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫מיט ַא שידוך‬ ‫יאר‬ ‫ביי די ‪ָ 32‬‬ ‫ַא גרויסע מזל טוב הָאט מען זיך לעצטנס געוואונטשן אינערהַאלב‬ ‫די פַארשּפרייטע נעצן פון 'תהלים כולל'‪ ,‬דָארט וואו ס'ווערט יעדן‬ ‫איינציגן טָאג פון יָאר אויסגעזָאגט דעם גַאנצן ספר תהלים‪ ,‬מיט‬ ‫מנינים ברציפות אן א הפסק‪ ,‬פארן זכות פון די מעמבערס און פארן‬ ‫גאנצן כלל ישראל‪.‬‬ ‫דער מזל טוב האט ספעציעל אפגעהילכט נישט אלס א בלויזע בשורה‬ ‫טובה צו וועלכע תהלים כולל איז ב"ה געוואוינט אפט צו באקומען‪,‬‬ ‫נאר אלס די אויסערארדנטליכקייט פון דער געשעעניש וואס האט‬ ‫זיך פארדינט א ספעציעלע וואונטש און האט זייער באשיינפערליך‬ ‫ארויסגעברענגט די ווירקזאמקייט פון דער עלטסטער סגולה פון כלל‬ ‫ישראל‪ ,‬יא! אויך היינטיגע צייטן‪.‬‬ ‫צוויי און דרייסיג יאר אלט איז דער בחור‪ .‬אלעס אין דער וועלט‬ ‫האט מען שוין פרובירט פאר זיינעט וועגן‪ ,‬אבער ס'איז אים ליידער‬ ‫נאכנישט באשערט געווען זיין שידוך‪.‬‬ ‫די יארן האבן זיך אים גערוקט‪ ,‬די טעג זענען פלינק געלאפן‪ ,‬מ'האט‬ ‫געזוכט און גערעדט‪ ,‬געטון און ארויסגעקוקט‪ ,‬אבער צום באדויערן‬ ‫אן רעזולטאטן‪ .‬אסאך תפלות און טרערן איז פארגאסן געווארן די‬ ‫אלע שווערע יארן מיט א פעסטע בטחון צום רבוש"ע‪.‬‬ ‫דָא הָאט אים זיין וואונדערליכער ישועה ָאּפגעווַארט‪ .‬ער הָאט זיך‬ ‫ָאנגעשלָאסן מיט א שותפות מיט די תהלים זָאגער‪ ,‬ווען אין בלויז‬ ‫געציילטע טעג הָאט מען ָאנגעהויבן "רעדן" איבער גָאר ַא ּפַאסיגע‬ ‫געפָארן שנעל און גליקליך‪ ,‬ביז צו דער‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫זַאך‪ ,‬און פון דָארט איז דאס‬ ‫פרייליכער שידוך שליסן ‪ -‬מיט דעם ווערטפולן כח פון תהלים זָאגן‪.‬‬

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CLASSIFIED FOUND •Found at corner Filey and Jessem Mishna Brura with no name, also Im Pizkei Hachazen Ish 8806 9485 •Found scooter in alleyway of Lampard - Lynmouth Road 8809 7034 •Found mens metal watch in Biala Mikve 07508 502 067 •Found a pair of pink sunglasses on Paget Road 8802 3212 •Found satchel on Fairholt Road 8880 1009 •Found Shabbos belt with keys on it about 6 months ago 07506 533 663 •Found baby blanket white and light blue checked on Thursday on Darenth Road 3074 3042 •Found a Siddur in Emess Car Service with name Ruchel Lev 8800 4442 •Found earring in Clissold Baths last week Wednesday 3 July 8815 8037 •Found a boys Shabbos coat on East Bank before Shevuos 8809 6074 •Found blue and white wooden dummy string with white and red dummy attached on Holmleigh Road 8802 3682 •Found Avent baby bottle 260ml on Fountayne Road 8806 1651 •Found money in satmer 86 on Wednesday Parshes Chukas 07912 886 983 •Found Kappel at Pshervorsk Hachnosas Sefer Torah 8806 4286

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•Found JP sports bag with new t-shirts and foam cups 8800 7945 •Found transparent tall umbrella wioth black trimming 8800 7945 •Found a while ago Kiddie board on Ravensdale Road 8800 7945 •Found a bracelet on Rostrevor Ave 8809 2313 •Found navy clip with initial outside Satmer School Stamford Hill 8800 6553 •Found a baby bottle on Olinda Road 8800 6553 •Found a mothercare top of a pram outside Egerton Surgery 07505 254 738 •Found bike on Cadoxton about 2 months ago 8806 1528 •Found silver necklace on Tuesday afternoon outside 2 Durley Road 07805 304 559 •Found Gartel on Heathland Road 8442 4667 •Found clip with tweed rope on Clapton Common 8442 4667

LOST •Lost a pink baby’s hat with 3 roses on Tuesday 28th May 07973 347 011 •Lost couple of weeks ago Black & Gold Bracelet Manor Road/Dunsmure/Stamford Hill or Holmleigh Road 8442 4615 •Lost silver parker pen with name on 07535 796 809 •Lost white carrier bag with Burberry clothes inside on Sunday 07506 533 663

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CLASSIFIED •Lost pair of ladies glasses 8806 2505

TO GIVE AWAY •To Give Away Mamas and Papas carrycot for excel, v.g.c. 8806 5561 •To Give Away a recliner 8802 8110 •To Give Away black inkjet cartridge HP51645a 8802 4450

FOR SALE •For Sale bike in very good condition price £80 07535 796 809 •For Sale Weslo treadmill perfect condition many programs £120 o.n.o. 8802 3721 •For Sale a set of two hi-riser beds (plus 2 boards) hardley used with 1 orthopedic matress £250 8806 4715 •For Sale iPod Nano 5th Generation, 8GB, camera, brand new £125 07969 031 213 •For Sale family railcard tickets, 2 adults 4 kids, london to Newcastle 21st July returning 5th Aug, very cheap 07792 424 238 •For Sale 3 bikes 22”, 18” and 12” and two sets of stabilisers any offer accepted 07780 336 564 •For Sale Kippling side school case (black) and Kippling rucksack (coffee) perfect condition half price 8880 0088 or 07950 321 731

MISC dbukgyartp gahytntrs hs ignuetc um ts ihua• 07528 576 580 ihg ;rvf wv ,guah •Computer repairs, rentals and sales Gavriel Solomon 07594 859 615 •Jewish Marriage Council confidential and professional counselling for couples, individuals and families. Under Rabbinical supervision 8203 6311 •Will the person who sent a lokshon kugel and apple pie to number 8 Rav Pinter Close 8809 3747 •Young lady willing to help out in a Gemach 07440 208 512 •Babysitting / Helping in day camp during the holidays any time, open for bookings 07946 545 946 86 Newsheet

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Packing It All In

Packing It All In

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ou’ve booked your trip, put your post on hold, and unburied your passport under a pile of paperwork. Now, panic sets in as you rummage around trying to figure out what to pack, and stressing over what necessity you are bound to forget. Since it’s unreasonable to fit everything but the kitchen sink into your suitcase, it’s time to take a more realistic approach before you hit the road.

Create a packing list: This is something that should be done in advance while you have time to consider everything. This prevents a frantic dash through the house, which ultimately leads to impulsive over-packing. Below you will find a comprehensive packing list with everything from the obvious things that often get overlooked to the things most likely to be left behind. You can check off items as they enter your luggage. This also helps on the return trip, so you make sure you don’t leave anything behind.

Dress for Success: Even if you’re going to a resort for total relaxation, you don’t want to look like you just rolled out of bed. Yet, your clothes can often show their own signs of jet lag after a long flight stuffed in your suitcase. To avoid this, try rolling your clothes to prevent the deep wrinkle lines that result from folding. For larger pieces, such as a jacket, bundle it around smaller items, such as your socks.

Coordination is the Key: If you can take a


basic pair of pants or a simple skirt and pair it with a different shirt to get more use out of it, then that will save you some space. Additionally, depending on where you’re going and how long you will be there, take the time to research where you’ll be. If you can find a Launderette earby, you can pack half as much and send your clothes for cleaning halfway through your trip.

Watch your Weight: Especially now that airlines are monitoring the size of your bags and

charging you for extra kilos, it’s crucial to make sure you’re not weighed down. Plus, you may want to spare a few kilos more for any items you might want to bring back with you. A couple of easy ways to cut down the weight is to downsize some of your hair products and toothpaste to travel size. This also saves space. Furthermore, consider toting paperback books, as they weigh significantly less than their hardcover counterparts.

Packing list CLOTHING & PERSONAL

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Weekday Clothing Shabbos Clothing Nightwear Toothpaste/Toothbrushes Mouthwash Brush/Comb/Licecomb Clips/Hair Accessories Spare Cappels Walking Shoes/Sneakers Shoe polish Umbrellas Rainhats Shampoo/Conditioner Soap/Sponges/Shower Gel Safety Pins Needle & Thread Nail Scissors Nappy Sacks Pampers Sun Caps Sunglasses Suncream Baby Wipes Canvas Laundry Bags Towels/Sheets/Bedding Travel Pillow Swimming Costumes For Family Bathrobes Jelly Shoes/Crocs/Slippers Swimming Caps Goggles Rubber Rings

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Armbands Etc. Raincoats (Disposable) Jackets Hooded Cardigans Warm Jackets (For Mountains) Warm Socks Warm Bands Bottles/Dummies/Dummy Strings Spare Bottles and Dummies Siddur/Tehillim/Perek Shirah Seforim/Shiurim Tapes Nagel Vassar Cups & Bowls Netillas Yadayim Cup Tzedakah Box

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Ready/Raw Suppers Mustard/Ketchup/Saft/Oil/Sugar Choc.Spread/Peanut Buttler/ Spreads Tea/Coffee/Cocoa Mayonnaise Diluting Drink regular Drink Water Bottles Crackers, All Kinds Tinned Veg Tinned Fruit compote Pickles/Olives Eggs Yoghurts/Cheeses Shredded/Hard Cheese (Can Be Frozen) Soups/Soup Cups/Soup Mix Packets of Salami


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Biscuit mezonos/Wafers Breakfast Cereals Pepper/Paprika Tuna/Salmon/Sardine Tins Dry Cooking Goods - Rice/Pasta/ Couscous Frozen Cooked Food - Sausages/ Chips/Borekas/Sausage Rolls Crisps/Pretzels/Bisli Etc. Sweets/Chocolates Mint Sweet/Chewing Gum Bread, Fruit, Veg

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Soup Bowls Flat Plates (big)/(Small) Clingfilm Kettle Hot Cups/Plastic Cups Tin Opener Powder Milk/Baby Food Steel Wool Sponges Tin Foil Tins Lunch Bags/Dustbin Bags Flash Spray/Bleach Potato Peeler

SHABBOS

HEATER & SAFETY

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Challos/Matzos Fish Rolls/Jars Grape Juice/Wine Shabbos Food Chalah Dekel/Servietles White Tablecloth Becher plastic Cup Besomim Candles/havdalah Challah knife Shabbos Zemiros Silver foil Matches Tealights Olive Oil (Olive Oil Can Be Filled In A Tealight Instead Of The Wax)

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Plastic Containers Sandwich Toaster Disposable/Real Pots Plastic Tablecloths Fairy Liquid Sellotape Milchig Tablecloth Fleishig Tablecloth Kitchen Towels Handwash/Soap, Serviettes/Tissues/Toilet Paper Rubber Gloves Plastic Forks/Knives/Spoons

Plasters Panadols/Nurofen (x-strong) Children's Nurofen First Aid Kit Torch Fly Spray/Waspease/Savlon Screw Driver/Mini Tool Kit

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Balloons Chalks Colouring Books/Blank Paper Crayons/Feltpens Etc. Siddurim For The Kids Playdough Letter-Writing Material/Stamps Graft Kits Bikes/Mini Cars/Paddling Pool Buggies/Prams/Buggy Bags

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Mobile Phones Digital Camera + Chargers, Enough Memory Cards Tape Recorder Tapes Mini Fans Rucksacks For All Children Rucksacks For Parents Travel Adapters Money/Bank Cards Tefillas Haderech Tickets & Passports!


Keeping More Pounds in Your Pocket Tips to help you save on your next holiday…

1) Reign in the Roaming Charges: Although the European Commission has ordered the mobile networks to reduce the cost of using mobile phones abroad, a few minutes here and there on your phone can add up to a pretty penny. And with the popularity of smart phones, even checking your emails once a day while you’re away can wreak havoc on your bill to the tune of several hundred pounds. If you insist on carrying your phone, contact your carrier to see if there is a plan you can get to save you. Otherwise, we suggest you leave your phone at home and enjoy a call-free holiday.

2) Book Smart: Just like any other industry, the travel sector is also affected by the basic principles of supply and demand. The best time to book is 11 to 12 months out from your destination dates, so you can take advantage of the newest flights and the most seat availability. If that is not an option, and your plans are somewhat flexible, you can also score big by picking up last minute fare deals mere days before departure. As for the best days to book these unsold seats, rates can change by the day, and Tuesday and Wednesday are the slowest days for bookings. This means many airlines lower the rates on those days to attract more buying activity. And if you can afford to start your weekend early and fly out on a Thursday, you’re almost always guaranteed to save a few more pounds.

3) Foraging for Food: You can’t expect every hotel to offer you a personal gourmet kitchen to cook all your home favorites. But dining out for three meals a day will pack a punch on both your wallet and your waistline. It is wise to pack some snacks you can keep on hand for when you get the urge to graze. And if you’re going to stay in one location, it is less expensive to make a trip to the market for anything from granola bars for breakfast to sandwich supplies for a lazy lunch.


4) Taking Medical Measures:

8) Conserving the Home:

When the sun scorches your skin or your child suddenly spikes a fever, it is helpful to have the remedy right at hand. If you know you’ll be walking extensively, you might bring some bandages to cushion bothersome blisters. Likewise, if you are entering a new region with an entirely new food selection, consider some stomach soothers. By bringing it with you, you need not stress about finding a store and paying sky-high prices when you’re desperate for relief. A few common items to take with you include pain reliever, cough syrup, after-sun salve, and an ear-drying aid to prevent swimmers ear.

If you and the entire family have plans for an extended holiday, where you’ll be gone a week or more, there are ways to save at home while you’re away. For instance, a simple adjustment up or down a few degrees on the thermostat can really make a difference on your energy bill upon your return.

5) Purchase on Plastic: Check the rewards on your credit cards before you book your trip. Whether they offer a percentage of cash back on each pound spent or points towards merchandise, you can now save money one swipe at a time. Since it is money you were going to spend anyways, now you can use the cash-back bonus to help pay off your balance. Or, book your stay and use the points to buy a new camera that you can take with you to capture every moment.

6) All-inclusive Options: More and more resorts and cruise lines now offer all-inclusive packages you can purchase in the beginning to save you in the end. By paying an extra daily fee during your stay, you are covered for everything you indulge in when it comes to food and drink. Some places even cover resort activities in the plan. It might require a little research to ensure that you will get your money’s worth. Check out regular menu prices and try to guess how much you can or plan to consume.

7) Power in Numbers: Obviously, the more people you can cram into a hotel room or rental car, the cheaper it ends up being. Yet, there are other ways to use the power of a large party to your advantage. Many outdoor excursions and tour companies offer group discounting, tiered to the number of those tagging along. If you buy family packs for rail passes and ski lifts, the cost for each member starts to plummet.

9) Get your Timing Right: Knowing the best time to plan the trip is essential. For instance, if you are traveling to several destinations via rail, consider booking an overnight train. This will allow you to bunk while you’re traveling, and will save you the cost of that night’s hotel fare. Once you wake up, you’ll be ready to explore for the rest of the day. Also, if you can make it work, many places offer discounted rates at off-peak times such as during the week or throughout the evening. Just a few simple adjustments like these can save you a lot of time and a significant amount of money.

10) Pays to Know People: Consider everyone you know and if any of them live in a place you’d like to go. Simply knowing someone in your planned destination can save you. Even if they don’t offer up their house for you to stay in and don’t loan you their car to tour the town, they most likely know where you can go and how to save the most. Even going over to their house for dinner one night is not only an enjoyable time, but at least thirty pounds more you can put back in the bank.


Zoo In and Zoom Out

Zoo In and Zoom

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here is something to be said for coming face-to-face with some of the fiercest and most majestic creatures that nature has to offer. But there is no reason to book an African Safari or climb through the jungles of Thailand to meet the spectacular species you just won’t find in your own backyard. We’ve searched every cage and lagoon in the land to bring you the best spots close to London.

Whipsnade Zoo 35 miles North of London in Dunstable, Bedfordshire 10-15 pounds per person, with group discounts available Address: ZSL Whipsnade Zoo, Dunstable, Bedfordshire LU6 2LF Telephone: 01582 872171 Opening: 10am – 6pm (last entry 5pm) Meet some of the most powerful species under the sun. Ogle the elephants, roar with the lions and tigers, and watch the giraffes graze at this dynamite destination. That is only the tip of the iceberg, because this zoo boasts over 2500 more critters to come and see.

London Zoo 10-15 pounds per person, with group discounts available Address: ZSL London Zoo, Regents Park, London NW1 4RY Telephone: 020 7722 3333 Opening: 10am – 6pm (last entry 5pm) Whether you’re looking for the hairiest, the scariest, the tallest, or the tiniest animals on the planet, this zoo has them all confined to one convenient area. With animal shows going on all day, there is something to see for the entire family.


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Woburn Safari Park

Longleat Safari

50 miles outside of London 12-17 pounds per person, with group discounts available Address: Woburn Safari Park, Woburn Park, Bedfordshire MK17 9QN Telephone: 01525 290407 Opening: 10am – 6pm (last entry 5pm) Be sure to bring your camera, because you will have the opportunity to get exclusive shots up close and personal. With Rhinos, wolves, and of course lions, tigers, and bears, you’ll want to make sure you have plenty of film!

110 miles from London 10-25 pounds per person, with group discounts available Address: Longleat, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 7NW Telephone: 01985 844400 Opening Times: 10am to 4pm Long known as a family attraction, this park offers something for everyone, regardless of age or interest. It includes a theme park and a worldrenowned safari park. With a kids zone, animal adventures, tree maze, and boats, you’ll want to get here early and will likely stay late.

Battersea Park Children’s Zoo A few miles south of Marble Arch in London Free to say, charges vary for activities Telephone: 020 8871 7530 Opening Times: 8am to dusk You would never know you were in the heart of the city judging by all the things this children’s zoo has to do. There is a variety of animals, complete with feeding docks and boating opportunities. You can go from 8am until dusk.

Paradise Wildlife Park 40 minutes from London in Herfortshire 11-16 pounds per person, with group discounts available Address: PWP, White Stubbs Lane, Broxbourne, Hertfordshire EN10 7QA Telephone: 01992 470490 Opening Times: 9:30am to 6pm Dubbed as one of the UK’s most interactive parks, this zoo allows you the opportunity to get up close to many of the animals, with the chance to feed a few. Get here soon to see the personal railway and set sail on their swan ride.

Beale Wildlife Park 50 miles from London Adults: 8.50 Senior Citizens: 7.00 Children: 6.00 Under 2 yrs: Free Directions: Leave the M4 at J12 and follow the brown tourist signs Telephone: 0844 826 1761 Opening: 10am – 6pm (last entry 5pm) On the banks of the Thames River, spend a fantastic afternoon with your family, taking in the fresh air and open areas. Stocked with enchanting animal farms and children’s activities, it promised to make many fond memories.

Interesting Animal Facts • An ostrich’s eye is much bigger than it’s brain. • When exiting a cave, bats always turn left. • The feathers of a pigeon weigh more than all of it’s bones. • Fingerprints of the koala bear can be mistaken for human prints. • Although they are the largest mammals, even elephants cry. • They used to keep lions in the Tower of London. • Goldfish will actually turn white if kept in a dark room. • A catfish has approximately 27,000 taste buds. • The world’s largest crocodile farm is located in Thailand. • A butterfly stores it’s sense of taste in it’s feet.


Picture Perfect:

There’s nothing like capturing every magical moment of your holiday on film only to have them end up in a haphazard heap of pictures past. With display options as comprehensive as the selection of cameras to capture the shots on, now there is no reason to leave them collecting dust in an outdated album. Here are a few suggestions to help you better memorialize your moments.

Tips for Better Shots: Make sure there are no obstructions behind your subject’s head that will distort the shot. When taking pictures of people, make sure their heads are pulled forward and angled slightly down and to the side to ensure you capture them at their best. When capturing people, make sure to be at their level. That means not taking a photo of someone sitting down while you’re standing up. And if you’re getting shots of children, lean down to their level. If possible, adjust your camera settings to the most applicable setting, whether it be for night shots, bright light, or inside portraits.


Photo Box: Since obviously not every shot

you capture will make the cut, you will inevitably be forced to store those less than perfect images. Photo boxes are a great option, because they have separators designed to help you organize each picture into an event. That way, you aren’t left scrambling through your collection of last year’s Chanukah shots when you were looking for those you took on your last trek through Change.

Scrapbook It:

For those of you that are still partial to the feel of a photo album, we encourage you to kick it up a notch. Instead of being forced to narrate every trip down memory lane, allow the readers to decipher their own story through scrapbooking. This offers colorful creativity from which your images leap off the pages in a more dynamic way. It also allows you to insert additional memorabilia such as ticket stubs or catchy captions to dress the photos up.

Shadow Box: These wooden platforms are no longer just a way to display your rare bug collection. In fact, this alternative is gaining popularity as people realize it is more or less a 3-D way to frame a collage, all rolled into one attractive piece of wall art. For instance, a traveler who hits multiple destinations along his journey may create one with a map as the background, with various pictures along his route pinned up. This allows him to showcase other artifacts he picked up along the way. Gifting: When it comes time for the holidays,

why not make your gifts more personalized. Now you can take your twelve favorite snapshots and create a custom calendar, or emblazon a specific picture onto a mug or keychain to give to friends and family.

Think Tile:

A versatile option that is less common and packs more pizzazz is through tiling your photos. This involves having the image captured on a piece of ceramic tile that you can then hang on the wall or grout into your floor or kitchen backsplash for a lasting impression. But before you permanently affix it to your home, make sure it’s something you won’t mind looking at for a long time to come.

Snuggly Snapshots: For those that have a little more time to invest and know their way around a needle and thread, a great option is to have a set of your favorite images set into fabric squares. Once that is done, stitch them all together for a completely unique quilt that you can give as a gift or display in your own home. And if you do opt to give it as a gift, you can guarantee no one else will be giving them the exact same thing. Table Top Designs: Something that would be especially fun for a children’s play area or bedroom would be to create a custom table for them. Simply take a completely flat old table, and cover the top with their favorite photos. It is best to glue them down in the event the table moves. Once that is done, protect it with a piece of Plexiglas over the top to allow the table full

functionality.

Idea to Try: Unique Framing Opportunity Something to consider as a way to add some novelty to the basic framing idea is to mix it up with a frame that is out of the ordinary. For instance, in some flea markets and antique shops, you can find old wooden windows with the six or nine individual panes of glass, separated by a wooden rail. All you need to do is paint the wood in the desired color, and stick your pictures with a clear glue to the glass panes. Then you’re ready to hang your one-of-a-kind frame that will keep guests talking long after they leave.


Home Safe

Securing your House when you’re on Holiday

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olidays are fast approaching, and most of us are anxious to lock the doors, load the luggage, and leave town. However, before you hit the road, make sure you’ve secured your home, so when you return it is just as you left it. Below is a list of measures to take to ensure your home is left in the safest way. So, read it over, check it off, and get ready to enjoy some holiday fun without another worry in the world. Do a Systems Check: Safeguard yourself against burst pipes and lightening strikes. You just never know what might happen when you’re many miles away. • Turn the gas off. • Turn water off at the main stopcock. (This is especially important during freezing months.) • Unplug main sockets from electronic equipment that does not need to be left on. • Ensure that all doors and windows are securely locked. • Don’t leave keys behind that are visible from the outside. • Set the burglar alarm. • Store the valuable items in your shed in your house over the holiday.

• Put valuable documents in a home safe or safety deposit box. • Hide jewellery in a secure place • Cancel any regularly scheduled deliveries, such as milk service Car Care: If you’re not planning to take your car on your trip, take a few moments to make sure it doesn’t become a target of theft. • Clean it out so it doesn’t tempt a thief to see what is inside • Equip your car with a proper alarm system • If you don’t have time to get an alarm system, fake it with a security sticker to discourage potential criminals. • Another added measure is a steering wheel locking device Enlist the Assistance of a Trusted Neighbour: Having someone close by that you can count on is an invaluable resource when you head out on holiday. Not only can they keep an eye on your property, but they can also help you out with some of the daily duties that go along with home maintenance. • Leave a spare key with the neighbour/family member in case an emergency arises and

they need access. • Ask them to water your plants and feed animals if necessary • Have someone switch on lights randomly to throw off any potential burglars. If you don’t have someone to do that, you can put your lights on a timer. • Ask your neighbour to collect your mail so it doesn’t collect and draw attention to no one being home. If that is not a possibility, you can contact Royal Mail to have it stopped while you’re away. • See if they might be willing to park theirs or their visitor's cars in your driveway from time to time to indicate activity at your house. • Give someone your contact information and where you will be staying in case they need to call you in an emergency situation. By having all of your bases covered, you are sure to have a more delightful time at your destination. Now, there should be no need to worry about what’s going on while you’re gone. something dosent make sence and a safe return to a secure home.


Ideas to keep your kids

busy

this summer. Go to the local pool. None nearby? Put a kiddies pool in the yard or turn on the sprinkler and let them play.

Go to the beach. Let them feel the sand between their toes, build sand castles and cool off in the water.

Let the kids cook and prepare dinner.

Water day, equip your kids with water guns, bags and any other original water toys, and release the war. (try to make it outside)

Visit a water or amusement park.

Go on a fishing trip.

Have a Puppet Show, Kids can even make their own puppets and then put on a show

Have a picnic.

Teach them how to plant a garden, and plant some indoor/outdoor seeds.

Camp out in the backyard, make s’mores and sleep in a tent.

Keep cool and dry in a museum or aquarium.

Give them board games and lots of colouring books and crayons. Have them work on a fun craft.

Visit a local park or playground.

Teach them to fly a kite

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Visit an indoor skating rink. Go to the farm and see the new baby lambs and chicks.

Make bird feeders

Let the kids make a big fort and play all day.

Have a family game night with yummy snacks and prizes Make homemade play-dough Take the kids on a nature walk and look, let them release energy on a walking excursion.

Challenge everyone to a creative competition; see who can create the most original craft using the simplest of items.

Fun Recipes for your kid’s

DAYS IN

Don’t forget bobby’s memory game.

Keep them occupied! Okay, so it makes a bit of mess... But isn’t it worth it to have a bit of fun?? Or do it outside (and don’t let them come back in until it’s spotless!)

“NUTTY PUTTY”: (EDIBLE!!) 3 1/2 cups peanut butter 4 cups powdered sugar 3 1/2 cups corn syrup or honey 4 cups powdered milk chocolate chips (optional)

Mix the ingredients. Divide into 15 to 20 portions and refrigerate in plastic bags. After washing their hands, have children mold and shape the dough on waxed paper. Provide chocolate chips to be used as decorations if desired. Play with it and let them eat it!


PAPIER MÂCHÉ PASTE 1 Cup of plain flour. 8 cups of cold water. 6 tablespoons sugar. Put the flour and 4 cups of water into the bowl and mix them together until there are no lumps. Put the remaining four cups of water into a saucepan and put on the stove to boil. Remove the boiling water from the heat and then carefully pour the flour mixture into the pan. Stir and bring the mixture back to the boil. As soon as it starts to boil, take if off the stove again and add the 6 tablespoons of white sugar. Give the mixture a good stir and then leave it to cool (overnight if you can).

FINGER PAINT 12 tablespoons cornflour. 8 cups of water. 1 cup of soap flakes. 1 teaspoon disinfectant. Food colouring or you can use Powder Paint if it is mixed in well. Set aside one cup of water and insert the remainder into a pan and bring to the boil. Mix remaining water with cornflour. Add the cornflour mixture to the boiling water ensuring that it is stirred to prevent it getting lumpy. Add soap and disinfectant and food coloring (or powder paint) to the overall mixture and mix well. You can also use regular paint to do finger painting. This method is better as it gives a better texture and it can feel warm to touch when the children first use it.

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Great Picnic

RECIPES

GRILLED HAMBURGERS 1 lb. hamburger 1 c. mushrooms, chopped 1/2 c. onions, chopped 1/4 c. Barbeque Sauce Salt & pepper to taste

Mix all ingredients together then make patties. Grill to taste. Medium recommended.

BARBECUE BEEF RIBS 5 pounds beef short ribs 3 cups BBQ sauce Place ribs in a flat pan or dish. Pour sauce over ribs, turning so as to coat both sides; pierce meat with a large fork. Marinate 8 hours turning once. Remove ribs from marinade and brush off excess sauce to avoid burning Broil or cook over coals

GRILLED RIB-EYE STEAKS

Rib-eye steaks (3-4 inch to 1-inch in thickness) Celery salt Onion salt Garlic salt Kitchen bouquet Margarine (use 1 stick or 1/2 cup for 6 steaks) Sprinkle generous amounts of the three salt-mixes on the steaks. Use each in amounts to suit individual tastes. Pour some kitchen bouquet over the steaks, each side, and rub salt and liquid well into the meat. Wrap in foil together until ready to grill. Grill steaks until of desired doneness, basting with the margarine as needed. Remove from grill when ready to wrap back in the foil to take to table. The juices which come from the steaks are very good to pour over the steaks from the foil.


GRILLED FLANK STEAK

GRILLED MARINATED CUTLETS

1 (1 1/2 lb.) flank steak 1 c. vegetable oil 1/2 c. firmly packed brown sugar 1/2 c. soy sauce 1/4 c. red wine 1 tbsp. minced garlic 1 tbsp. minced gingerroot or 1 tsp. ground ginger

1/2 c. oil 1/4 c. vinegar Salt and pepper 1 tbsp. oregano 12 (3 oz.) cutlets (beef, veal or lamb) Mix oil, vinegar, salt, pepper and oregano. Flatten cutlets. Pour marinade over cutlets for 1 hour, turning occasionally. Drain the cutlets; lay on a very hot grill and brown them on both sides. Turn down the heat and continue cooking, brushing them with the marinade.

Trim excess fat from steak; score steak on both sides in 1 1/2 inch squares. Place steak in a large shallow dish or zip-top heavy-duty plastic bag. Combine oil and remaining ingredients, stirring well. Pour over steak. Cover or seal; marinate in refrigerator 8 hours, turning occasionally. Drain steak, reserving marinade. Grill, covered, over medium coals (300 to 400 degrees) 6 to 8 minutes on each side or to desired degree of doneness, basting twice with marinade. Discard remaining marinade. To serve, slice steak across the grain into thin slices. Yield: 6 servings. Note: Steak may be grilled ahead of time and served cold.

Brought to you by: Super Glatt 95 Dunsmure Road Tel: 020 75 03 03 03

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Holiday Tips FROM THE

DOC By Dr. Horowitz

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If you are going somewhere very sunny don’t forget that even 30min of direct sun can burn badly- especially baby skin. Use sun block/sunglasses and shades. Be aware that sun burns just as strongly while underwater. We see partial thickness skin burns sometimes from sun exposure. We also know that risk of skin melanoma (cancer) is raised in previously burnt skin.

2

Hot weather can cause dehydration – make sure to take water along on walks and outings and drink regularly

3

Do not borrow medication from friends and family while away even if they think it a good idea. Some ridiculously strong medications are available over the counter in some countries!


4

Don’t eat any food which could possibly be bad especially now in the Summer –salmonella or shigella poisoning are not very nice!

5

If you are away in the uk and need medical attention – remember to mention to local surgeries that you would like to be seen as a temporary resident or emergency.

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Remember to pack the following: calpol/medinol sudocrem (which works for bites/ minor infections/nappy rash/ abrasions and even minor burns) insect repellent paracetamol tabs (don’t use caffeine containing “panadol extra” unless you don’t want to sleep) anti-nausea tablets (cyclizine is a good one for travel sickness) plasters, a bandage, gauze and tape. your regular medication.

Beware of handling animals, especially expecting mothers as there may be risk of infectious disease.

8

Air travellers with blocked noses or popping ears should use decongestant nose drops for a few days before they travel and on the day (for example - ephedrine drops – check with your pharmacist)

9

Don’t travel on public transport, especially not on aeroplanes with mumps, swine flu or chicken pox. This sounds like elementary advice but we get many queries about this problem.

10

Make sure you have travel insurance if your destination includes the Americas, E. Israel or non EU countries.

11

If a child is injured and is taken to A+E – make sure to explain events thoroughly and consistently, because social services may get involved.

12

Exercise caution at the beach and around unguarded pools- even good swimmers can get into difficulty. Children must be closely watched.

13

Never leave any child unsupervised whether asleep somewhere, playing or in their buggies.

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