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............ Water, water, everywhere water but not a drop to drink. Pish-posh! Well eat food laden with salt, but get a little in our water and we become health conscience.

............ Water, water, everywhere water but not a drop to drink. Pish-posh! Well eat food laden with salt, but get a little in our water and we become health conscience.

How to Make a Rain Garden: Harness the rain and put it to good use in your garden....I live in CA. I don't know  how much harnessing I can do but those of you who who get lots of rain, try this and let me know how it worked!

How to Make a Rain Garden: Harness the rain and put it to good use in your garden....I live in CA. I don't know how much harnessing I can do but those of you who who get lots of rain, try this and let me know how it worked!

"Se fracassar, ao menos que fracasse ousando grandes feitos, de modo que a sua postura não seja nunca a dessas almas frias e tímidas que não conhecem nem a vitória nem a derrota." Theodore Roosevelt

"Se fracassar, ao menos que fracasse ousando grandes feitos, de modo que a sua postura não seja nunca a dessas almas frias e tímidas que não conhecem nem a vitória nem a derrota." Theodore Roosevelt

Flowers submerged in a case filled with water and topped with floating candles - perfect wedding centrepiece

Pennypack Flowers

DIY painted rock fireplace. I updated our rock fireplace last weekend.  It was 70's brown stone and I wanted to lighten it up to better match our walls, which we were painting grey.  It only took about 2 hours and less than $15 to do.  I made a simple mix of  grey acrylic paint (found at Michaels for .75 ea. (took 3 bottles total) and a little water.  Sponged it over the brick (left mortar dark grey) and sealed it with a $10 gallon of masonry seal (found at home depot).

DIY painted rock fireplace. I updated our rock fireplace last weekend. It was 70's brown stone and I wanted to lighten it up to better match our walls, which we were painting grey. It only took about 2 hours and less than $15 to do. I made a simple mix of grey acrylic paint (found at Michaels for .75 ea. (took 3 bottles total) and a little water. Sponged it over the brick (left mortar dark grey) and sealed it with a $10 gallon of masonry seal (found at home depot).

Count your blessings today! (via @UNICEF) Support clean water rights for every human being every where!

Count your blessings today! (via @UNICEF) Support clean water rights for every human being every where!

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