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Free stuff!

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Hi all! My hubby has been working on a patent pending, magnetic child safety lock for years called Kidzlock. He has 80 prototypes he wants to give away to some peeps with children or grandchildren from ages 1-6 years old. If you’re interested in trying one out please email Princess Kathy at  info@kidzlock.com. They will be giving them away on a first come, first serve basis so don’t dilly-dally. Wink.

He just asks that you install it and then they will send you a follow-up email with a few questions within a couple of weeks of receiving your lock.

It’s really a neat product that you can install on any hinged (not sliding) interior door (like a basement door or any other door you want to keep the little ones out of) or an exterior door.  It installs higher up on the door with a removable knob so they can’t even see that it’s there! Little buggers.

You will need to drill a hole in the side of door (you won’t see the hole when the door is closed) but they will send you will the drill bit you need with the prototype lock. You just need to have a drill.

Please email Princess Kathy from the Kidzlock team if you’re interested or if you have any questions at info@kidzlock.com. Please direct ALL questions to her because I don’t have all the information. 

You can see how this nifty child safety lock works on YouTube at this link https://youtu.be/lH3CTwbs-4Q.

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Puddle Jumpin’?

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Never lose hope…

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Just a little FYI: I am NEVER referring to “romantic love” or the “romantic heart” or a sentimental heart when I write about the heart. I am ALWAYS referring to our inner wisdom, or inner GPS–that inner Voice that is all wise and knows not only the very best way for each of us to travel, but knows how that guidance benefits everyone for all time. I know that there’s no way for me to possibly know what will serve me and everyone so I seek to defer to this inner direction, with the goal of learning how to listen to this and follow it at all times in all circumstances.

 

Learning to Hear

I know this can be tricky and learning how to hear this comes with practice. We have to first learn that we don’t know, so that we’re willing to ask and listen–why would we even ask if we think we know what’s best? We then have to learn that we can trust the guidance we are given. We learn this as do it and see that things work out in ways that we couldn’t possibly have done on our own and are far better than when we try to guide ourselves. The more we learn we can trust it, the more willing we are to ask–we begin to hear more often and more clearly.

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