We are sorry for the lack of new contact, we condensed a few new issues into newsletters that can be found at wau14.com, we will give the site a re haul in the new year, thank you for the continued support, we are as always looking for new written works!
Hail Our Folk!
Growing up & reaching those dreaded teenage years can be very distressing on our daughters, they not only have to adjust to all the changes happening with their bodies but also with all the social pressures coming from school, her peer groups and the media.
As much as abstinence is the right route for some people, a lot of teens don’t want to wait to have sex until they’re ready to have a baby. Puberty brings with it a lot of sexual feelings, and many … Continue Reading ››
I went to a honey farm recently and they had a small book on the history of the apron that i should have bought but didn't and now here i am wondering what that history is.. From what i discovered from various sources was … Continue Reading ››
Have you ever stopped to think how much you actually walk every day? We take dozens of little walking trips just to do errands and daily chores. Walking and Jogging is a way of life to some people more than others, it can improve fitness and trim your body. It can also be … Continue Reading ››
Food is a sin “Oh I mustn’t” “I really shouldn’t” “It will go straight to my hips”, I guess we are not encouraged to say, “Oh no, I couldn’t possibly, it would go straight to the production of skin cells, my nervous system and my toenail growth” According to diet law, ‘indulging’ or ‘giving in … Continue Reading ››
Concern about drug use during pregnancy has greatly increased in recent years as we have become more aware, that many drugs affect not only the mother who takes them, but also her unborn child.
The effect a drug has on a foetus depends upon many factors, including the nature of the drug, the amount taken by … Continue Reading ››
Since the first installment of this column, I've made a few changes to my "green" cleaning arsenal; the ammonia is long gone, vinegar is my new best friend, and my bathrooms just met Borax. I have an unopened box of washing soda on my shelf that I will add in eventuallContinue Reading ››
This came up in a conversation with a friend, so I thought that I would share it with those of you who have young kids. I have used all of these recipes and they all work.
WAU EuropaColic and Restless Children
Can't get the little one to sleep? Have a colicky baby? Here's an easy recipe to … Continue Reading ››
We always need new writers for HomeFront so if you think you can become a productive part of the HF team contact us with your idea’s. We also need tips, idea’s, recipes (with pictures you took), images of your children, information … Continue Reading ››
The Autumn Equinox has many names and not all are familiar to our readers: Festival of Dionysus, Fall, Mabon, Michaelmas, Labour Day, Alban Elfed, the Cornucopia, Feast of Avilon, Night of the Hunter, Second Harvest, Wine Harvest, the Witch's … Continue Reading ››
Unity! What is it? It is the ability to put aside our small differences for our common goals - Our Folk. We have all attended gatherings of our people and it seems the only thing we have in common is alcohol & … Continue Reading ››
Recently having found out that my three year old had higher lead levels was a very scary moment. Having our house tested by the city Health Department made it worse. Every surface in our house from the window sills to the old fashion radiators was covered … Continue Reading ››
Vitamin A is very important for keeping your child’s immune systemstrong and healthy, it can help their vision in dimly lit area's and it supports healthy skin. Good food sources for Vitamin A are milk, cheese and eggs. Foods such … Continue Reading ››