Laughing at Everyday Life 1.0

Ok, I’ve had a crazy long day.

Just ran in the house getting back home. It’s 11:45 pm.

And what does my memory recall?

My Post a Day in 2012 is at risk yet again!

How can I screw it up?

No my loyal readers! I will not!!

So one quick smile for you!


For my fellow Non~Normal and Proud of It! Club Members

You know it made you smile…Just admit it



~~~till we laugh again~~~

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Today I decided on talking about my breakfast of champions that keeps me fueled for several hours. Everyday, I like to include an egg or two in my breakfast. I love eating breakfast and I never miss it. They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day and you must fuel up to start your day with healthy foods to get you on your way to a new day and new adventures. I recently started putting more veggies and fruit into my breakfast. I love my eggs in the morning. I don’t really have the sweet stuff anymore like with the syrups, and stuff. I like to eat foods with more energy and less fat. I get so happy whenever I eat this breakfast. It gets my day on track and I am so dependent on my breakfast.

My breakfast includes:

1-2 eggs, Cucumber, Green Pepper, With that…

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RidePost Blog

I had the most incredible 4-day weekend. I left Greenville, SC at the crack of dawn on Thursday morning to catch my flight to Salt Lake City, UT. Flight time: 5:45am. So that means I was up and out the door at about 4:30am. That definitely hurt. I had a 2 hour layover in Atlanta, and was then on my way to SLC on a 3hr45m flight. From the SLC airport, I #rideposted with 3 of my girlfriends up to Park City…about a 45 minute drive from the airport. 9 hours later, I made it to my final destination!

So why was I in Park City? It all started when Devan and our friend Meg had the brilliant idea to take an adventure after we graduated from college. They left for Buenos Aires, and what was supposed to be a 1-year teaching stint turned into 2-3+ years of living the…

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Tips On Landscaping In A Hot And Dry Area 580862

Do you love to walk out into your yard and enjoy what you see around you? If this is actually your nightmare, then putting in a little work can change your landscape for the better. Read on for tips, secrets and strategies, which others are already using, in order to effectively renovate their landscape.

Make a plan. While it is good to vary your plants and their spacing, planting at random will result in an uneven garden at best, and at worst, a dead garden. A single yard can have many different micro-climates. You might have an area near a fence that is shady all day long, and another that is always in the sun. Take this into account as you plan your garden, making plant selections based on both appearance and sunlight requirements. Take the time to get rid of weeds, and debris each and every day. If you allow the weeds to grow, and the debris to build up, you are going to have a lot more work to do when you do decide to take the time to tend to it. Before you embark on a large landscaping project, contact your homeowner’s association, if you have one. Many neighborhoods have guidelines and specifications regarding what you can or cannot do to parts of your property that are visible to other neighbors. They can even force you to change things, if you are in violation of set rules.

When investigating landscaping options for your property for the first time, consider what tasks you will need professionals to complete. Some specialized landscaping tasks require an arborist, landscape architect, or tree limber who can help you with specific landscaping tasks. Tester Battery Battery Tender Although this is more costly than doing it on your own, you have a better chance at a quality job. Invite wildlife into your garden. Birds, squirrels and butterflies can add beauty to a yard, and they will also benefit your plants. You can invite them into your yard by leaving out food, strategically placing bird feeders, and having sources of water spread throughout the garden. You will love watching the animals and listening to the birds every time you enter your garden. Choose cheaper goods when you just need “good enough.” With some materials, there really is not much difference between the economy model and the best-in-class version. Take advantage of the bulk-buying at the warehouse stores and get bargains on common perennials, pavers, mulch and other items. Inspect plants, though — they may not get the same care they would get at a nursery.

The outside of your home is even more important for first impressions than the inside, so keeping it in good condition will ensure that you can sell it if you ever need to, that visitors won’t be scared away and family will actually want to come to visit. The simple ideas that you’ve read here will get you started on the way to a beautiful yard, as long as you get to work today.