Beer for Lawns

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  1. april 13
    Pastor: Master Gardener Jerry Baker provides this infromation (Lois was on the right Path) 1 Cup of beer, 1 cup of antiseptic mouth wash, 1 cup of liquid dish soap, 1 cup of ammonia, 1/2 cup Epsom salt, Mix together in a 20 gallon container, place into a water hose end sprayer, apply liberally to the lawn area. Two (2 weeks later re-apply to the same area. (and there it is)

  2. I’m with you No beer No where in my house!!!
    I have to tell you a time I was strong willed too. My husband told me not to buy a wading pool. I couldn’t see any reason not to. It was hot and I had a lot of excuses why I should so I did. I bought it and the kids and I went in it in the back yard. Well, a neighbor thought it was terrible that a Christian would have a bathing suit on.
    Then the next day we got a call and had to leave town. Our dog torn it up. I didn’t have time to empty it. I learned so much from this example. God uses husband to keep us out of trouble and his way of talking to us too.

  3. It does work great in your hair! It won’t make it GROW of course (sorry pastor) but it will make it nice and shiny. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. “If I am ever dying of thirst and beer is the only drink available I say, let me die without defiling my lips with beer.”

    You’d rather die than drink beer. If you were starving to death and the only food available was beer battered shrimp, would you choose death over life?

    Willfully choosing death over life, seems like suicide to me.

  5. haha great story!! Thanks for freely speaking out even when you know others might be against you. What is with this beer controversy that ruffles everyone’s feathers so?!!(as in makes everyone just rise up to defend their stand with it?) I’m with you in that “I’m-against-beer-for-life” category! Thanks for being one of FEW Christians who follow Christ’s principles there ๐Ÿ™‚ I don’t care if someday ALL the world’s PASTORS give a recipe for SMOKING that makes you live longer or make more money, I STILL will not touch the stuff. Period.

  6. I’m with Lois in that the demand seems unreasonable. Especially when she was prepared to go to such lengths to make sure no beer even entered the house.

    However, I’m with you that she should have obeyed anyway. (Sorry Lois) Sadly we are not likely to be in town to buy you a meal any time soon – that other story sounds like a doosey ๐Ÿ˜‰