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Ok so maybe I never got around to an elaborate egg dying and decorating project this year. Instead I spent 3 minutes stamping some hard boiled brown eggs I had in the fridge. Now if only I was able to come up with a more clever celebratory phrase.I still have a few unstamped eggs if you have sarcastic/funny/sweet suggestions for me.Hoppy Easter!
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Werner PD6200 Series Podium Ladder – Type IA 300 lb. Load Capacity When I first heard about the Werner Podium Ladder I immediately thought of a raised platform surrounding the arena of an...
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Posted 14 hours 19 min ago on A Concord Carpenter Comments
We’re thrilled to introduce the newest member of our family, baby Teddy!
On Wednesday, April 16th at 8:51 am, Theodore Freeman Petersik was born wielding a tiny drill weighing in at 8 lbs on the dot and measuring 19.5 inches long. We’re crazy in love with him, including Clara who just can’t stop kissing and snuggling “her baby.” Especially when he whimpers or coos, it becomes her personal mission to soothe him.
Teddy was named after my dad’s dad Theodore (who went by Teddy his entire life) and his middle name honors John’s maternal grandfather (Freeman is John’s middle name too). Teddy is already proving to be a little spitfire like his sister, although he came into the world a lot less dramatically, for which we’re eternally grateful.... read more at This Young House
Posted 21 hours 44 min ago on This Young House
I'm very excited to share a behind the scenes look at the making of a local lookbook. It combined two of my absolutely favorite things (Old Town and dressing up Lulu), along with a few things completely out of my normal comfort zone (getting gussied up and wearing very tall heels). If you follow us on Instagram or Facebook, you may have seen a few of the preview photos we were posting during a photo shoot for the Cobblestone Runway Lookbook.At the expert hands of professional stylists, makeup artists, fashionistas, and other willing participants, they had this normally paint splattered girl looking cleaned up and almost unrecognizable.Photo Credit: Alumbra PhotographyNow let me tell you a little something about myself.... read more at Old Town Home
Posted 1 day 20 hours ago on Old Town Home
Have you ever read something on the internet and wondered if it’s too good to be true? Well last weekend we noticed the chrome on our bikes had started to rust over the snowy winter.
I remembered a tip/trick I had read in an email forward about Coca Cola 5 years ago (hopefully the peak of email forwards).... read more at Madison Square
Posted 2 days 23 hours ago on Madison Square
Last week, Jill sent me a You Tube link and told me to check it out. It had 31 MILLION hits. That’s this many: 31, 000, 000. It showed a guy popping a boil on his back. Apparently there’s a huge audience for this kind of pussy spectacle. In fact, you can find just about any gross subject on You Tube: if it can be imagined by the human mind, somebody has filmed it.
But let’s consider the spectacle of a man popping a festering boil on his back. Why should 31 million people find this of interest? Most of us have known somebody, like a childhood friend, who was proud of showing off the marble-sized booger he extracted from his nose or the cheesy chunk of pumpkin-colored wax he pulled from his ear or the coin-sized scab he peeled from the cut on his knee.... read more at Houselove
Posted 1 week 19 hours ago on Houselove
I don't know about you, but when I'm nearing the end of a big project a couple things happen...I get antsy to finish it, I start thinking about what's next, and counter-intuitively - I slow down. It's not exactly that I lose interest, I think it's just that the devil is in the details, and by the time I get to the punch list - it's a %$&^*@# million little devils, most of them painting (which I hate).... read more at 173 Our Old House
Posted 2 weeks 4 days ago on 173 Our Old House
Beginning this week, Bonin Architects & Associates will now have two office locations to better serve our clients.Our main office location is 210 Main Street, New London, NH. The second office location is 290 Daniel Webster Highway, Meredith NH on Lake Winnipesaukee.In order to schedule a client meeting, please call 603-526-6200 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org... read more at Green Home Design Architect
Posted 4 weeks 19 hours ago on Green Home Design Architect
Beginning this week, Bonin Architects & Associates will now have two office locations to better serve our clients.Our main office location is 210 Main Street, New London, NH. The second office location is 290 Daniel Webster Highway, Meredith NH on Lake Winnipesaukee.In order to schedule a client meeting, please call 603-526-6200 or Email email@example.com... read more at Post and Beam - Timber Frame Blog
Posted 4 weeks 19 hours ago on Post and Beam - Timber Frame Blog