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zugerli
To infodiva: But what do the cabinet colors have to do with the appliance brand? Just name dropping?
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Lauren Elyse Fine Art, LLC.
The 'tasteful nudes' cracks me up, love it! I just hope they knew their art before they painted in case they may have maimed a hidden gem.
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karavosk
Wow! That tiny kitchen is incredible. So stylish and thanks to that window, open and airy feeling. Beautiful!
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karavosk
Wow! That kitchen, though tiny, feels open and airy (thanks to that window) and is so stylish and beautiful.
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bsgibbs
Thank you for this article! I have been eyeing this plant for awhile. It has a beautiful shape. Now I'll know more when I finally add it to the garden.
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sweetmaida
The easiest way to keep your silver shiny is to USE it. Normal, gentle hand-washing and drying prevents the build-up of sulfur, which is what causes tarnish. (Never use a dishwasher for silver. But you knew that, right?) Sulfur-y foods like eggs and onions and mustard should be rinsed off as soon as the meal is done. Our everyday flatware is silverplate purchased on eBay for a very reasonable price. We use it for everything: whisking eggs, scooping out canned cat food, making PB&J sandwiches, and every meal every day. Except for a little bit of tarnish at the tips of the forks between the tines, everything is as shiny as the last time it got polished nearly a year ago. (And if we didn't use them for whisking eggs, there probably wouldn't even be that much.)
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susanvpaige
Napkin rings were originally used to identify each family member's personal napkin in a time when the napkins were washed once a week. Napkin rings, therefore, never matched.
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Sigrid
I don't get the point of a non-functional windmill. You'd think it could power a few low-wattage lights, if nothing else.
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highlander1694
Agree, some sort of low cost electricity generator would make a lot of sense!
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