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The best Seahawks gear from Etsy
August 28, 2014, 10:51 pm
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Seahawks Gear Etsy

The official Seahawks season kicks off a week from tonight on Thursday, September 4, and I’m already thinking ahead to how we’re going to show our team spirit this year.

(Side note: Can we discuss how we have a family fantasy league this year and I have my OWN TEAM? And, how I have the Seahawks defense? Hello. I totally ruined Josh’s life by snagging them before he did!)

Here are some of my favorites from Etsy… there’s still time to order before kick-off next week!

Top row:
Seahawks-Themed Volkswagon Bus Mailbox, The Bus Box, $169
Obviously, this is amazing. I just sent this to Josh, because we need a new mailbox and I’m feeling so tempted to order it. Even at that price.

Middle row:
Seattle Seahawks Ribbon By-the-Yard, KC Elastic Ties, $0.85 per yard
My girls would love this ribbon and I would also stash some…

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20 Creative Swimming Pool Design And Style Tips Offering Wonderful Inspirations For Yard Landscaping by Feedous
August 28, 2014, 10:28 pm
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A private swimming pool in your house tends to make everyone in the family love to keep outdoors all summer time. Lovely and creative outdoor swimming pool design and style ideas and inviting seating places encourage to have a cooling swim on a hot summer time day and appreciate water… if you want to view full content please visit this http://www.feedous.com/interior-design/20-creative-swimming-pool-design-and-style-tips-offering-wonderful-inspirations-for-yard-landscaping.html

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10 Tips to make you a better gardener
August 28, 2014, 10:26 pm
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aplusgardener

07 11  garden jobs   are u wasted recording studio (13)

1. Let all your planning ahead be for your plants; 
a year ahead for annuals, two years ahead for the biennials, an indefinite number of years ahead 
for the trees. — Christopher Lloyd

2. Walk through your garden to scout for insects and diseases at least once per week; caught early, problems are easier to treat. — Stephen Westcott-Gratton

3. Try to get a plant in the right place the first time around. Given the proper conditions, the plant will be happy and you’ll save yourself a lot of transplanting work.
— Karen York

4. Never plant trees that will become large with age too close to your 
house. — Stephen Westcott-Gratton

5. Consider your garden private territory. Critics are not welcome! Be honest about 
what you want, and don’t be concerned with what others may 
see. If you like woody plants, design a four-season shrub border

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Front Yard Landscaping: Suggestions To Get Began
August 28, 2014, 10:22 pm
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Buying New Vs. Older Home: Here’s How To Decide
August 21, 2014, 11:49 pm
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Elite So Cal Homes

Buying New Vs. Older Home: Here’s How To Decide

You might be asking yourself, should I buy a new home or old home? With so many things to take into consideration when choosing a house like distance from work and family, community feel and home layout, answering the question new or older can help narrow your choices and give your search focus. And with so many new homes being built right here in Southern California, your options have just expanded! I’ve broken down the advantages for both new and “used” homes so that your decision is fully informed. Some facts about new homes might surprise you…

New Home Advantages:

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• Everything is brand new. You have peace of mind knowing no one has used the shower before or walked on the carpet in your new bedroom. It’s even got that new home smell.

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• A large master suite. Builders are putting more emphasis on making lavish master bedrooms…

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The Importance of Regularly Cleaning Your Air Ducts
August 21, 2014, 11:46 pm
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Chris George Homes

The Importance of Regularly Cleaning Your Air Ducts

Most homeowners don’t give their air ducts a single thought, usually because they aren’t very visible, and as long as the heat and air systems work, they do not notice them. Disregarding the air ducts in your home, however, can lead to problems, which could end up costing you a great deal of money in the long run.

Here are three important reasons why you should check and clean your air ducts on a regular basis:

  1. Air pollution indoors is a serious health hazard. Studies have linked dirty air to several health conditions, including allergies. People’s allergies can get worse the longer they put off cleaning their air ducts. Once they clean them, however, they usually notice an improvement in their symptoms.
  2. Dirty air ducts can be a fire hazard. Accumulated dust in an extraction system can be ignited by a spark or hot gasses that pass through the duct…

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New on 500px : Mt. Rainier Sunrise by dancewithlight by dancewithlight
August 12, 2014, 11:44 pm
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