ra friendly things around the house
Thought I would like to start a topic about the things I have found that help me around the house. First I use Corelle dishes because they are light weight and almost unbreakable. Next is my battery operated pepper grinder. And third is a coffee cup with finger grips. What are your favorite things?
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