Two years ago, Kirkersville Police Chief Disario, as well as two care center employees (Marlina Medrano and Cindy Krantz) were shot at Pine Kirk Care Center in Kirkersville, Ohio.
Recently, on May 12th, Kirkersville United Methodist Church (KUMC) payed tribute to all three victims in a memorial prayer service. In addition, on Saturday, June 1st, hundreds of bikers from across central Ohio will come together to pay tribute to Chief Disario at the 2nd Annual Memorial Ride. His family and other riders will be on motorcycles, arriving in Kirkersville at 1:00pm, stopping and parking on Main St. in front of Pine Kirk Care Center, the police station, and KUMC for a brief water and snack break and to hear words from the Fraternal Order of Police. They will then proceed on their motorcyles to Chief Disario's final resting place in St. Joseph’s Cemetery in Lockbourne.
The duration of the sun shining on our part of the earth has increased—as well as the outdoor temperature. This marks the perfect time to deep clean your yoga mat. I do this in one of two ways and sometimes both, as I deep clean it twice during the summer.
1-Take mat and a large bin (to fit mat into it) to a self-service car wash. Parking in the garage-like bay, secure mat into the bay’s floor mat holders (look for a row of 4), and power spray it from one end to the other with high-pressure soap. Then flip mat over and continue saturating it with soap. Finish by rinsing both sides with water (high-pressure rinse). When done, roll up mat and place in the large bin (since it will expel excess water). Upon arriving home, squeeze out more water from the mat, unroll, and hang to air dry. Takes about two days to dry completely.
2-Hang mat on clothesline and use a water hose to spray with water on both sides. Fill a bucket with warm water. Mix in Dawn detergent with a hint of Clorox Bleach. Stir with a brush and then scrub mat thoroughly on both sides. Finish by rinsing both sides of the mat with water. Leave mat on clothesline to air dry. Takes about two days to dry completely.
I’ve been blogging weekly for a while and have been neglecting some other projects. In addition, it’s time to break into the earth and prepare our vegetable garden. So, I’m going to take a blogging break. In the meantime, please feel free to get caught up with my previous blogs.
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