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November 16, 20110 found this helpful

Oh shoot, I just saw you already tried Totally Awesome, sorry! Guess it doesn't do everything. Sorry don't know how to delete my previous reply. But definitely try Goof Off or the like, that's always my last resort.

November 16, 20110 found this helpful

I just was turned onto the greatest cleaning product by my sister. It's called Totally Awesome and they sell it at the Dollar Tree. She only bought it herself because it was such a funny name but then was amazed at how well it worked on a wall that she was planning to repaint. When she was done it looked like new.

She bought me a bottle, and my husband had just spilled berry juice all over his tan jacket a few hours before, one dab and it was gone. I'm not going to test it on magic marker myself, but give it a try and let me know. The best thing is, it's only 99 cents!

Otherwise I would usually try Goof Off or one of those stain removers, you can get them at Home Depot. Otherwise a gallon of new paint might have to do.

October 26, 20110 found this helpful

You have to have a flash freezer to freeze things like the supermarkets, or ice cream stores, do. A home freezer freezes too slowly.

October 23, 20110 found this helpful

My advice is, you don't. The texture is ruined.

October 23, 20110 found this helpful

When you can afford it, it's nice to have a senior food, an adult food and a puppy food. I usually just do weight management for all though, as that is the biggest issue in my house, and that usually has the highest amounts of protein so you get more for your money.

The different levels of protein, carbs and fat are more pronounced in dry food; not so much wet, since it's mostly broth. I like it for hydration more than the main meal. What brand of dry have you tried, some are so much more palatable than others, especially if you're buying the cheapest you can find. Some are 100% guaranteed so if your dogs don't like it, you can return what's left for a full refund. If you do homemade, you will have to add vitamins and monitor the amount of protein etc, it's a lot of work and not cheap either.

October 19, 20110 found this helpful

I've heard of never eating the leaves, which are poisonous, but nothing about the stalks. I planted a few a couple of years ago but they never really grew so I can't say personally.

October 18, 20110 found this helpful
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I do mine just around when the leaves fall. They are tricky, and get rot easily, though. If you have a cooperative extension nearby, get in touch with them for more advice.

October 18, 20110 found this helpful
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First that sounds really interesting, how do you make them?

Second, cut potatoes do not freeze well at all. Mashed a little better, still not great but if you add a bunch of milk when you reheat you can probably get away with it.

October 16, 20110 found this helpful

Unless it is raisin bread, I'm going to guess the yeast. They are attracted to fermentation.

October 11, 20110 found this helpful

I would just buy a new one, they're pretty cheap.

October 10, 20110 found this helpful

I put throw blankets on all the couches to catch the hair, ugly but effective. I tuck them into the cracks and also put some over the backs since they like to lay up there too. That takes care of the hair, when someone is coming over I quickly pull them all off and throw them in the washing machine to wash before putting back (or the basement if they're relatively clean). It does look sort of ugly, but saves a lot of work.

I bought most of them at thrift shops, they're funky but cool. The scratching I am pretty lucky, maybe because I have scratching posts and cardboard scratching pads all over the house for the three of them.

Or: maybe because, most of my furniture is leather so not so satisfying as cloth? Not that they don't accidentally scratch it once in awhile. Your couches will be new so the cats won't sense their scent on them yet, you could probably train them to some extent as long as you start immediately.

October 10, 20110 found this helpful

I don't have Medicare yet, just Blue Cross, but the way they pay bills now is: The doctor bills you but you must wait for the EOB (explanation of benefits) form from the insurance company.

When you get the EOB, it will probably say something like, doctor billed $10,000, but we're paying $1,500 and your responsibility is $0. Or your responsibility may be a small co-pay. Wait until you hear from all involved, don't pay a penny until it's resolved or then you're responsible for the full amount.

My husband had a stroke this past February and I had to retire from my job just to take care of paperwork like this. I have gotten bills for $40,000 and $192,000; the $40,000 is still up in the air as they say the surgery he received was experimental (the neurologist says otherwise and they are investigating) but after I resubmitted the $192,000 it changed to $6.46 for non prescription drugs.

I feel sorry for the healthcare world, they finally get paid a year after they treat you, but that is the way it is now.

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