It's Blueberry Tuesday and the week before Independence Day so here's a simple All-American pie just for you. Enjoy!
Simple Blueberry Apple Pie
Fact or Fiction was about Laundry Tips this morning. I've not tried either of these so I can't give you a review on how well they work, but here are the tips we mentioned. If you've used these or you give them a try, let me know how well they work.
- Grimy Collars: Body oils rub onto shirt collars and attract dirt which leaves them grimy. To reverse the damage, use a clean paintbrush to brush a line of your shampoo over the soiled collar before washing.
- Stubborn Stains: For stubborn food stains such as coffee, soy sauce, or mustard blot the troubled area with foam shaving cream an allow it to sit for half an hour. If the stain remains, repeat the process and try to leave the cream in overnight.
Plugged-in DVD Review:
This morning's Plugged-in DVD Review was about the Academy Award winning film, The Artist was this week's DVD review. The Plugged-in DVD Review will help you decide if this film is family friendly. If you missed it, the Plugged-in DVD Review airs again at 5:20 pm. Check out the Plugged-in DVD Review every Tuesday at 7:20 am and 5:20 pm on 88.5 WJIE!
Fact or Fiction:
This week on Fact or Fiction we will be giving away a family 4 pack of tickets to see a Saturday or Sunday Louisville Bats Baseball Game. Play Fact or Fiction weekday mornings at 7:20 am for your chance to win!
You can meet Bob & Larry from the Veggie Tales and 88.5 WJIE's Jim Galipeau at Lifeway Christian Store in Elizabethtown this Saturday from 11:00am-1:00pm. Parents, remember to bring your camera. More info is available at wjie.org
Don't forget to pick up your tickets to the Hundred More Years Tour featuring Francesca Battistelli, Sidewalk Prophets, and Andy Cherry and City Harbor in concert September 21! We are all super excited, and I know that you are too. Tickets are available now and only $10. There are special VIP seats available too, but we expect those tickets to sell quickly. Go ahead and pick yours up today. Details are available at WJIE.org