This product was first appeared in China during the 14th Century. In 1857 the first factory solely making loo paper came into existence. It was run by Joseph Gayetty and his name was printed on every sheet. 10 years later loo paper similar to what we have today was successfully marketed it was on a roll and had perforated paper it was sold from a push cart by the American brothers Thomas, Edward and Clarence Scott. In 2003 worldwide annual sales topped $19 billion now that sure is a lot of
bottom wiping loo paper.
Want to know more? Does this interest you?
Today Muzz invited us out to lunch as we were getting ready to go Daniel had other thoughts. As I was getting my washing in as it looked overcast Mr Smarty crawled/climbed out the open side door and fully clothed decided hed much rather playing in his pool. “Pool” “pool” “pool” he kept telling me. I kept saying to him “But were going out to lunch with daddy” LOL. I eventually changed his clothes and nappy and off we went.
However, my car was full of recycling boxes awaiting a trip to the recycling place and he decided to play with them. He thought it would be fun and helpful – I didnt – I thought it could get dangerous for me to drive safely. So I decided I had better drop them at the recycling place before we got to daddy’s – well everyone in the Hawkes Bay had decided to do their recycling too – Id never seen the place so busy.
Eventually we got to Daddy’s and out to lunch followed by a walk around a park that has ducks. It was a very nice afternoon. Thanks Muzz 🙂
Remember to check out my 12 days of Christmas here
This year has been hard. Something I can be grateful for is the way God keeps pulling me back to Him. Putting this song in my head and reminding me He’s there and will never leave or forsake me.
Have Faith in God – Geoff Bullock
Oh Lord you lead me
By the still waters
Quietly restoring my soul
You speak words of wisdom
The promise of glory
The power of the presence of God
Have faith in God
Let your hope rest on the faith
He has placed on your heart
Never give up
Never let go of the faith
He has placed in your heart
Oh Lord you guide me
Through all the darkness
Turning my nights into days
And you’ll never leave me
Never forsake me
The power of the presence of God
its reassuring to be able to lean on Him
especially when Hes adamant that I do so.
If you want to hear a sample of the song here is a link
My 12 days of Christmas are still here
Tonight Muzz took us out to dinner. Daniel was really good. I didnt know he would sit on the picnic rug as long as he did – hes use to sitting in his highchair to eat. He sat and ate his kids burger and a few chips really well and watched the canoers and jet skiers. After we had finished eating we went and found out about the canoeing club but it was too too expensive. One day Id love to owe a canoe of my own. Ive tried it a couple of times in the past on a river and in the sea. I love it so relaxing.
Ive decided to finish My 12 Days of Christmas posts so if you want to read the rest of these posts go here
I had a problem with my old blog so here I am
whats with the name??? well
I often pray for my bloggy friends
and the other day one of them suggested I change my name to Prayer Warrior
I cant really claim to be the best prayer around
I do pray as I read your blogs especially if I feels its needed
so welcome to my new blog