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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

A Cheery Little House

Guest post written by Ben Bochalis

Now that Christmas is nearly here, I've been putting the finishing touches on everything around the house. The tree is decorated with all of the family ornaments, there are lights and inflatables all outside the house, and Christmas music is going on the stereo 24/7. This place must be one of the most decorated places in town! Every room in my house exudes Christmas spirit, and itÕs actually been pretty great if I do say so myself. I need to give most of the credit to my wife, since she's the one who's largely responsible for making the place look so nice and cheery. I mostly helped with getting the lights on around the outside of the house, but she's definitely the brains behind the operation! While out there, I noticed that we have a few roof and siding issues. Once the holidays are over I am going to look for Indiana Sears Home Improvement options, but right now itÕs safe to say that our light displays will overshadow any imperfections.

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Taking Pictures of the Snow

Thanks for the guest post by Kristofer Bartlett

Last winter, I just couldn't wait for the snow to arrive. I had recently gotten a digital camera that I really wanted to try out on some good snowy photographs. I waited and waited and it never snowed. But one day, I woke up and there was about thirty inches of snow outside. It was absolutely ridiculous. I couldn't even get outside to take pictures, so I took them from my window. They actually came out pretty decently and I made sure to upload them to my favorite website. Obviously, the photographing part was the easy one. I then had to go out and shovel my way out.

My mother and I went outside and began shoveling the driveway. The snow was extremely heavy and it was very hard to shovel. After a few minutes, my mother and I were absolutely exhausted. My boyfriend was at work at the time and so he couldn't come over to help. My father was on a business trip and we were left in the snow for about two days before we finally made our way out. It might seem scary to be snowed in like that, but it wasn't too bad. We spent the entire time watching our favorite programs on our satellite television from Of course, I won't be looking forward to that amount of snow every again. I'll just take pictures of flowers from now on.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

White Faux Leather Multi Marching Boots

White Faux Leather Multi Marching Band Strap Boots

White Faux Leather Multi Marching Band Strap Boots

Features: Faux leather knee height boots, rounded toe front, multi marching band straps with studs, back full zipper closure, soft lining, cushion footbed, and ribbed soles. 1 inch platform, 4 1/2 inch heels, and 15 1/2 inch shaft from top back heel to cuff.

Feeding En Masse

Guest post written by Shiela Hilmantel

It's incredible just how much work and preparation goes into one large dinner with the family. What's even more incredible is how much food we had for the day. We always plan like we are going to feed an army, and we end up with a great amount of surplus. With Thanksgiving just having ended, my husband Gregory and I have a refrigerator that is packed full of leftovers. Not only did we make a wide variety of dishes, all of our family was very generous and helped pull together one of the largest thanksgiving contributions that we've ever had. Just looking into the refrigerator, I have no idea how we are ever going to eat all of this food.

Since this food was originally for family, we are going to try to coordinate an official leftover night and see if some of our family wants to come back to help us polish out the fridge. It would be a great excuse to see everyone again. After looking up new hearing aids from, I sent out a mass email to everyone. Looks like we are all to get back together tomorrow night! This is great news.