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Newsday Tuesday, Item 1

A couple of months ago, I wrote about the stone-age woman and her love of rocks and how she even used one to bathe with. Then a couple of days after the piece ran, we got some new rocks in the mail. They were so heavy, the porter had to carry them up. When he rang the bell, he said, "These are heavy. What's in them? Rocks." The woman said, "Yes." HAH!

She told me they're salt lamps. The tiny light bulb heats the salt, which purifies the air. Come again, woman? She said they're better than the air purifiers we had because they don't emit ozone, which can irritate the lungs of little cats. If anyone else is interested, she got them at the Himalayan Salt Shop, where they're currently running a sale.

These salt lamps are very pretty but I still think the woman has rocks in her head!
This salt lamp weighs more than I do. Seriously.

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  1. That's pretty cool, CK! I've seen those lamps in the mall before but I didn't know that's what they do.

  2. Interesting! Are they a lamp dat light up?

  3. MOL hahaha dat does looks mighty heavy my furriend!


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