Daily Encouragement & Specials- Words have consequences

    Daily Encouragement & Specials- Words have consequences


    Dear family,

    Words have consequences.

    God will hold us accountable for every word that has left our lips and every nasty email, text, FB post, etc.

    It says in Matthew 12:36.. "But I tell you that men will have to give account on the day of judgment for every careless word they have spoken."

    We may think some words are insignificant or not much of a big deal... but everything we do or say has meaning.

    As I tell my children.. think before you text, talk or post...you'll have to answer for it one day ♥️


     Potassium Iodide tablets for free, see below


    Sending our love and prayers to our remnant family...Wendy, Walt and the entire Cukierski family

    (PS:  Catholic Spiritual Guidance Lessons for you, featuring writings from Rev. Fr. Kilian McGowan
    It's a spiritual lifesaver and you can read more HERE )






    While we have it, we will automatically add a bottle of life saving Potassium Iodide tablets for free (it won't reflect in cart) to all orders or help with the Pediatric Giving Mission over $49.
    (Note: Fundraisers, Masses, and Memorials do not qualify)
    Offer good until tomorrow at noon (Wednesday)

    1. What is potassium iodide and what is it used for?

    Potassium iodide (KI) is a chemical compound that can be used to protect the thyroid gland from possible radiation injury caused by radioactive iodine (radioiodine). Some radiological emergencies may release large amounts of radioiodine to the environment. Since iodine concentrates in the thyroid gland, inhalation or ingestion of food contaminated with the radioiodine can lead to radiation injury to the thyroid. This includes increased risk of thyroid cancer and other thyroid diseases.

    2. How does it work?

    Taking KI saturates the thyroid gland with stable (non-radioactive) iodine. This prevents or reduces the amount of radioiodine that can be taken up by the thyroid.

    3. When should it be taken?

    To be most effective, KI should be taken before or shortly after exposure to radioiodine. Even if taken three to four hours after exposure, it still would reduce the uptake of radioiodine by the thyroid. However, its effectiveness would be reduced.

    4. Is there a shelf life?

    The shelf life approved by FDA for different manufacturers of the drug ranges from five to seven years. However, if properly stored (protected from air, heat, light and moisture), KI can maintain its form for many, many, many years without significant degradation.


    ***You can get additional HERE***



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    We do what we say we do!

    I am begging for your help with The Pediatric Giving Mission.
    We will send you a gift for your help. 
    ---Some of the many wee ones we've helped---

    ---HELP IF YOU CAN----

    Here is a post, from a recipient of what we do,.

    L**** and I were one of the precipitants of This mission. She is right. My parking was 9 per day for 3 months. Then on top of that food cost me approximately 15 per day. That was cheap - I got vouchers for $5.00 per meal. So somedays I did not eat or made meals last for more then one meal. Had to. Parking was $810. Food was $1,300. Then you have normal household bills and I have 3 animals I had to pay to have people come and take care of them. At first I had my dog in the Kennel for 1/2 the time. That was about 500. It is VERY expensive to have a sick child. That was Just ONE hospital stay. We have had numerous ones. Some only a few days, some a week or two. Without their help we would of gone fully under!

    From providing necessary funds to actually having families stay with us...we DO what we say we do!



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