When I think back to how things use to be when I was growing up (or even in my young adulthood) it amazes me on how different things are today. Do you remember the “VCR”… virtually extinct in todays society.
Now all you have to do, to see a movie is just pull out your phone or tablet and it’s all just a few clicks away. You don’t even have to be home to watch a movie. Speaking of which, “Video Stores” are all but extinct themselves.
Isn’t this just a great idea. Which one of us doesn’t have an old cookie sheet? Or even can pick one up at the thrift store, or dollar store. I love putting stuff up on my fridge but let’s be honest, this one can be used in almost any room or office.
Click on the photo above to go to the site with more detailed instructions on how make this great Magnetic Board.
What a great and easy idea! Just cut a small slit for the hanger and done. No need to run out to the store and spend money on a Garmet Bag. This little trick is handy in a pinch and a great way to Upcycle some of your older (perhaps not your favorite) cases.
Next time you are at the thrift store or see a great sale on some pillowcases. Pick up a few. Unlike the plastic garmet bags, these you can wash and reuse as needed.
*If you click on the picture it will take you to the site where I came across this marvelous idea.
It’s your child’s first birthday? Well why not start the celebration off with a free Birthday Cake. Tops Market will give you a coupon for a free cake. Just go to your participating Tops Market Customer Service Desk and show them your child’s birth certificate to get your coupon. Then head over to the bakery, order your 1/8 sheet cake, and use your coupon at checkout.
Thank you Tops for caring about such an important event in the life of the families in your neighborhood.
Every few years I take a day to find a Salon who participates in the Locks of Love program and I donate my hair. They in turn provide you with a free hair cut (after cutting off the section of hair that is to be donated). Not all Salons participate in this beautiful worth while endeavor.
Locks of Love is a public non-profit organization that provides hairpieces to financially disadvantaged children in the United States and Canada under age 21 suffering from long-term medical hair loss from any diagnosis. The prostheses they provide help to restore children’s self-esteem and confidence, enabling them to face the world and their peers.
Today I decided it was my day to donate my hair. I called and found a Salon that participated in the Locks of Love program. It was “Master Cuts” in the McKinley Mall. The ladies in the salon were so great. The attitude was fun and upbeat and they treat you with the upmost respect. It is a place I would recommend, not only due to their generous nature in providing free hair cuts for such a wonderful cause but also for they great work.
Please call around and find a participating Salon near you if you decide to give the gift of hair to a worthy cause.
For some of us, Work Life, Family Life, and Fur Babies make for a fun, yet interesting and hectic life at times. Trying to make an appointment with some of the clinics who are usually book for weeks or months ahead of time on Saturdays is challenging. But my local Pet Smart, has a great solution. This Pet Smart alot of options for food, toys, and other pet needs, as well as onsite…
Doggie Day Care
And last but not least a Veterinarians and best of all their Vet services are available 7 Days a week.
Talk about all in one service. They offer physical exams and lab work-ups, to dental cleanings, X-rays and even surgery if needed. The vet clinic has very flexible hours to accommodate even the toughest schedules. The clinic also accepts same day appointments and is open 7 days a week. Your Fur Baby can even get their first office visit free. Our Banfield has these hours for appointments (currently). You should locate and call your local Banfield to inquire about theirs.
Thank you for stopping by today. I love that your as curious about me as you are about my photography, art, and blog.
Years ago, I don’t quite recollect when, I watched as a family member worked on some photography. I always loved looking at pictures and finding out the story behind some of them. Anywho, my curiosity was peaked. Curiosity turned into a hobby and a hobby turned into a passion. My personal goal is to photo document my life.
I’m mostly self taught and love shooting what catches my eyes and peaks my interests. Some of my work remain relatively unchanged, others are turned into digital works of art. Please feel free to browse through my blog, and check out the links to my website and various social media pages, see if there is anything that peaks your interest. I love sharing my photos, and knowledge of whatnots that I come about in my daily life.
I would love to know what you think so please feel free to leave your comments here or throughout the blog.