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artesanata
I love these ideas. Nothing is out of reach and February needs them so much!
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sidneyaford
I'm continuing to go through each room of my house with an eye to only keeping that which is much-loved and/or much-used; in other words, most items will go. I sort with several folks who keep me on track rather than waxing overly sentimental and we'll pull everything out, giving much to Salvation Army (and other friends).
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mrsstem
We went for the sound bar and satellite speakers and were pleased with the outcome...
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Lisa Rogers
Linking multiple screens, ideal for any household.
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migh
yeah the red range is so nice
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mrsstem
A thing my housekeeper taught me years ago, also helps. No need for chemical fertilizer. In Asia, we had rice every day...and the water that the rice was rinsed in before cooking, watered the orchids. They loved it!
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Steve Messing Carpentry Inc
The computer and any design program has to be the favorite tool in our times. Eliminates mistakes and misconceptions from my mind to the customers with a simple picture of what we will build. But you still need the craftsman's and who doesn't like a telescopic lift. And lets not forget how we get to the job with these upgrades
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jmwr2
To make jewelry and accessories from old bicycles and reclaimed wood I use a whole assortment of tools, but if I had to pick one, I would have to say basic pliers are my favorite. I have about 6 different kinds and I use them constantly.
My Etsy shop https://www.etsy.com/shop/Winterwomandesigns?ref=search_shop_redirect
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jannie
Please don't let charm override best practices for infant safety. There is no evidence that crib bumpers prevent injury. Conversely, bumpers increase the risk of what is identified as entrapment and suffocation. Likewise, pillows, toys and loose blankets should not be in cribs.

The American Academy of Pediatrics' infant sleep safety guidelines, interpreted in layman's terms can be found here: http://www.healthychildren.org/English/ages-stages/baby/sleep/Pages/A-Parents-Guide-to-Safe-Sleep.aspx and their research abstract is here: http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/128/5/1030.full
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