Saturday, March 19, 2011

RS 72 Hr Kit notice

This is a great time to check your 72
hours kits. With all that is happening in
the world it has hopefully jogged your
memory that the clothes from 5 years ago might be
too small and the food- ugh. My son Graham came
over a couple of months ago and made me spread
my 72 hour kit out on the family room floor. His
response was; "you think you can carry this mom?"
He then proceeded to tell me what I needed to add
and delete (yes, my children never hesitate to keep
me on track). Well, obviously I have some work to
do and it is an on going process so this is a little
memory jog. If you are squared away with your kit,
make sure you also have one for your car. At our
April meeting, you will earn points in our game just
for checking your 72-hour kit.


Friday, January 14, 2011

BOO BOO as part of an emergency kit!

My friend Michelle gave me a little bag of healing "goodies" that replicated the ones she had put together for her own children this past Christmas. All that was lacking in my bag was a tin of Boo Boo, which she had included in the ten bags she assembled. Thanks Michelle! I feel more prepared and think Boo Boo should be in everyone's emergency kit.

I keep a tin in my purse, one in the car, one by the sink in the kitchen and one in my bathroom. This means that when I see chapped skin on one of my grandchildren on goes the Boo Boo or a scratch the Boo Boo is handy.


What do I do with Boo Boo?

I have just made an information card for the stores to display with my Boo Boo cream. I was thinking it looked pretty sweet-clever, some creativity and definitely an introduction to this all encompassing product. I found plastic frames that worked with
the layout and so took my papers to the local printer where I happily encased them in plastic and I was "ready" to go!

This morning as I was about to deliver to Cecilia's Lifestyle Institution shop I realized that I had misspelled eczema!! Why do I always think there is an X instead of a C?


About This Blog

Blogging is new for me, but I am excited to share with you Muno Body Products information. My products are made from natural and organic herbs, oils and bees wax. With 30 grandchildren I wanted something that was healing, soothing and safe. Boo Boo was made to help heal their chapped cheeks, lips and knuckles, hang nails, and scratches. I started to give it to friends, as did my children and the results have been remarkable! My daughters and their friends have been using it on diaper rash, chapped cheeks and hands, excema, and scratches for the past 4 years with great success.

Use Boo Boo on clean skin--it heals quickly. It is not meant for open wounds and a little goes a long way. Most people have found it very soothing and remarkably healing.

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