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Goin’ to the Auction

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May 20, 2009

Well, Saturday dawned bright and early for Bear and I as we wanted to get a jump start on the day. We were up at 6:30 AM (ON A SATURDAY!) and went to Soulard Market – I love Soulard Market with all the hustle and bustle of local vegetable stands and different types of...
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Goin’ to the Auction

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May 20, 2009

Well, Saturday dawned bright and early for Bear and I as we wanted to get a jump start on the day. We were up at 6:30 AM (ON A SATURDAY!) and went to Soulard Market – I love Soulard Market with all the hustle and bustle of local vegetable stands and different types of...
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Prepared for Anything – Article # 1

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April 27, 2009

I posted this in November of last year as the first article in my “Prepared for anything” series. Due to the recent concerns and information around SWINE FLU and what the impact will be here in the US, I thought it would be good to go over this again. Everyday life could be distrupted,...
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Being Prepared – have you winterized your pet?

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January 16, 2009

Yes, there is such a thing as winterizing your pet and making sure they are ready to brave this cold weather. When taking your pet for a walk can be harmful if chemicals from ice-melting products are ingested by your pet. These products are toxic to our canine/feline family members with problems ranging from...
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Prepared for Anything – Household Tool Kit Article

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December 27, 2008

This article will address the need for a Houshold Tool Kit. It is important to be able to fix minor emergencies that arise in your house. Bear put together our household tool kit and it consists of the following supplies: Tape Measure – Select a 25 foot measuring tape as this will generally work...
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Building your Emergency Roadside Kit – Article #3

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December 5, 2008

Prepared for Anything Building a Vehicle Emergency Kit Being prepared is not just for the Boy Scouts anymore. Everyone one should be prepared for anything that happens whether it be at home, office, or on the road. This is a true story that happened to us and why we carry emergency roadside kits in...
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Building your Emergency kits – Article #2

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November 29, 2008

It is important to be prepared for any emergency large or small. You should have a mobile first aid/medical kit for your family and your canine/feline/equine family. This article will address 3 types of kits. Now these kits meet the needs of our family – it is up to you to decide what you...
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Setting up an Equine Health Records Notebook

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November 21, 2008
Setting up an Equine Health Records Notebook

Here is a great gift idea for horseowners. I have made these for my horse friends in the past and they love them. Farnam has an Equine Health Record set that you can download.I use these downloads to create an Equine Health Records notebook for my horse friends. Here are the instructions: 1. Find...
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Thriftstore Auction finds….

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November 7, 2008
Thriftstore Auction finds….

Everyone at work knows that I use Ebay for EVERYTHING from selling to buying coupons – yes, buying coupons if it will save me money. Sherah Taylor at Auction-Moms has a site dedicated to helping moms to make a profit using online auctions. I signed up for her newsletter which has a TON of...
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Veterinarians – Gotta Love them

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November 2, 2008
Veterinarians – Gotta Love them

My Vet is the coolest vet – he gelded JT our baby & gave him his second shots -(don’t need a stud) and my poor Bankie man cut his lower lid and had to have it sewed up as well. He was quick with JT and before we knew it JT was up and...
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