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Do not use zinc oxide ointment on broken skin it will burn your skin and make it more irritated. If you don't have a petroleum based ointment you can make your own with 3 ingredients, you will need lanolin and petrolatum or petroleum (same thing just different names) and fish oil pharmaceutical grade like cod liver oil you take as a supplement. Mix in a 1-1-1 ratio add some vitamin e oil as well and apply make a batch as big as you need
Will diet coke work with the chocolate cake mix?
I can't see the critter clearly so you may want to see if it matches the image of a tick see link. goo.gl/
Their bites can cause localized hair loss. Other things can cause it too, so check with your doctor either way and sooner rather than later.
Ticks can carry Lyme disease do if that is what is going on you want to catch that early. Thyroid issues cause hair loss too and that is also nothing to mess with. Wishing you the best! Better safe than sorry!
No matter what, seal up the leak ASAP!
They could be ticks. Is is crucial that the leak get fixed.
What about blankets and sheets? Should I just spray the area where the cat peed on it and just let it sit?
Is your brother willing to return the jewelry when she is released? I dont think it is a good idea for her to have it there. There are a lot of thefts and it can be misplaced or lost.
This sounds like you do need a lawyer to resolve, although if the items are already sold, it would just be about the money, as getting the items back may be impossible. I am sorry you are dealing with this situation. Will send up prayers that you can get it resolved.
I think he has sold her her jewerly. He doesn't call her or visit her. She wants me to keep it for her because she knows I won't sell it or pawn.
Legally... like for an official answer, the lawyer who drafted the POA needs to tell you what is what. How to enforce it and the like.
That will cost money. Before going down that road...
Have you tried to understand your brother's point of view on this? If it is to protect the items from being stolen? Then you may need to talk to your mom about why having jewelry at her facility is not a good idea.
If he is just being unreasonable with no clear reason, that is different. Hear him out.
Having gone through this recently with a family member and close friend, keeping a minimum of things at a nursing home is best as things tend to disappear...from other residents who think the items are theirs, or staff or guests with sticky fingers. Or even the owner throwing things out by mistake, which happens all the time. I can't tell you how many times my friend's aunt threw out her hearing aides or lost them in her bed sheets. Too many times to count.
Best to have a reasonable conversation first before calling in the lawyers. Just my opinion. Good luck!!
This all depends on what was written in this document and what you can do legally. You should seek the advice of a lawyer or the person who drafted this document for you. If your brother won't comply then you might need to take him to court or get a court order to have him bring it back. Basically, only a lawyer can actually advise you on this matter.
My husband will not let me climb the ladder to check the gutters. Although, I do not feel like I would fall, he has complete control there because I can't get the ladder and carry it by myself.
I want to see what is going on up there so I tied a mirror onto my Gutter Sweeper and gave it a try. It worked beautifully. Now I can tell if and when there is a problem.
It's kind of like a dentist looking at your teeth. LOL!! It works!!
Your tree will eventually need to be outside, in the ground. It's like a kid, you need to launch it gradually. This site has the easiest plan to prevent failure to launch...
The site is California based, so you may want to to contact your local home extension office and find the best launch method for your climate!
It should be planted outside. Be aware that it could take many years for it to fruit.
I personally wouldn't bother to recook as you could totally ruin it and that would be sad.
What I used to do was just use it like syrup on pancakes, ice cream, or over strawberry shortcake (a surprisingly yummy combo). It needs to be refrigerated and keeps a week or so.
I never could figure out why one time it would work and the next time not. It is disappointing. It is good as a "condiment" though.
You could try cooking it again.
Here's a link about the company, which was based in Michigan and closed in 1983.
If you get to the Smithsonian, they have some of their catalogs on file:
You may be able to find an original ad for the item! That would be cool!
There are lots of Pinterest pages devoted to the comoany's secretary style writing tables, which is one of the names I have heard this style of desk called. The legs I call spinit style...like piano...I have heard some desks like this refered to as piano style because of how it opens.
You may want to sort thru the Pinterest pages to pin down the age of your piece, which is lovely, by the way. I adore this style desk!!
You have a neat find. Some of the pieces still have value, but not all. I don't see an exact match at the moment in eBay's sold section. If you check back often, you can get an idea of what the are valued at in today's market.
Thanks for sharing this sweet item!
I cant find the company, so it may be out of business. Your best bet is to bring the pictures to a dealer.
The logo doesn't seem to match. The globe has only a K within it.
She is amazing! Wow!
The Juko mark is pictured on the site dollreference.com/
Let us know know if the markings match! Thanks for sharing her.
It could be a Juko doll from Austria
I have read about spas that freeze facial masks and then use them like popsicles as part of a treatment. So I would assume it is safe to freeze a hair mask since they are usually similar ingredients. But will it be the same consistency when thawed? Probably not. I can see it separating and not being asthetically pleasing. If it is for personal use and that is ok with you, go for it. If it is for a salon or spa treatment, i would say no thanks if I was the customer.
If it is made with ingredients that freeze well, I dont see why not.
There are certain hair masks that you can freeze. If you've made one with coconut oil and honey you can freeze this in ice cube trays.
Boy are they pretty!! WOW!! You are very talented!
poehere and Judy both together are what I do...a layer of paper towel on the bottom, then wax paper, then chocolates, wax, choc, wax, choc and then paper towel on top of the last piece of waxpaper in a sealed container, in a cool dark part of the dinning room since my kitchen gets too much sun. It works!
Chocolate is the food of the gods and it is amazing...I am sure as you are quite familiar...it is also seriously temperamental...kinda like a 2 year old who got into a cappuccino...it is all over the place if you aren't careful!
This article talks about temperatures for maximum awesomeness ..20 C = 68 F.
No surprise if you know me, that chocolate does not last long around my house...so the storing part is mostly a moot point...the sweating thing is always a challenge, but this method works...and not using the fridge.
Happy chocolating!! Enjoy!!
I would store them with a paper towel to absorb the moisture
You should store these in an airtight container. You will need to use wax paper between the layers. This should help keep them nice and crunchie for you. It is best to not put these in the refrigerator to cool off. Let them sit on the counter until they are cool and then add them to your airtight container. Store the container away from the sunlight in a cool place in your kitchen.
I am sorry if I offend anyone but I think this is one of the most irresponsible ideas I have ever seen. When I break glass I sweep it up and then vacuum it. I also recycle broken glass in the glass recycling.We have wild birds outside who love bread. They would not think twice about eating bread out of the garbage. this glass no matter how small the pieces are will damage or kill any critter who eats it, or even a homeless person who gets into the garbage. Besides it is a big waste of bread.
I just did the same thing a few days ago, I dropped a delicate thin glass bowl, and what a mess, and I was worried about those super thin slivers of glass that could still remain in the rough grout. So I put on gloves and used a ton of wet paper towels, but when the sun light shined on the floor, I could still see a few glistening shards were still here and there.
I love this way to go with the bread to absorb up those minuscule pieces.
Thank you Attosa! :)
You're welcome Cupcakelanieeeee!!!!!!!!!!
Your dog looks like a mix to me too but I think he may have a lot of Black Mouth Cur in him. This breed is a cattle dog used primarily in the southern US. They are a smart working dog. They have webbed feet.
I agree with pghgirl40 when she says she sees a lot of german shepherd....your pup has very strong traits of this breed. I owned a g.s. years ago and they are intelligent and loving. Lucky you. As to other breed qualities, I see no other but the g.s., but that doesn't mean it isn't a mixed breed.
this dog looks like what a dog looks like when he has every single possible dog lineage running through his veins/DNA. They all tend to become medium-tall, gray brown, short haired, long snout and pointy ears
this means he is of high intelligence and hearty health. If I ever get a pet I will make sure that it has as much genetic variance as possible because I want the best, smartest, hardiest dog around.
It is very hard to tell by looking at their faces, Siamese is only one possibilty, they could have traces of Himalayan, Ragdoll or even a Birman DNA in their lineage.
Your adorable kittens are long haired colorpoint kittens. Many breeds have the colorpoint markings, himalayan, siamese, Burmese. And there are others. There are different colors for the colorpoint markings, sealpoint (dark brown) is the most common. The only breed with colorpoint markings and white feet is the Birman. Colorpoint markings darken as the kitten matures.
Himalayans will also have these markings, and the long hair is definitely Himalayan
I just want to kiss those sweet faces!! Adorable!
The have the face shape and ears that make me think they could have been babies of a friend's late kitty who was a Birman.
And they also have some of the Siamese coloring.
I like how cybergrannie said it about just mix em up and send them to me!! I so wish my Clarence liked cats....but his hate for them is legendary so he stays an only!
Absolutely adorable.. They are so small but their true mixture will be more noticeable when they get a little older. Wait a little longer and when you take them to their vet they will be able to tell you a little something about their mix.
Their first year is very important for a good healthy long life.
I feel sure many people would say - does not matter the mix - pack um up and send them to me.
The levers that the keys are attached to may be bent. Open the cover and check.
It appears that you've done all you can and the companies aren't listening. I would file a formal complaint with UPS and also with Amazon because of this. The signs on the door and wall should be enough for the delivery man to get a clue to not block your door.
The only other thing you can do is leave this door open during the day when you expect a delivery. This way the door isn't blocked and you can get in and out of your home safely. However, a large package sitting in front of a door is also a hazard and people should understand this.
I feel deliveries should be left out of sight and not sitting in front of a door where anyone can walk by and see them there. This isn't a smart move for a delivery company if you ask me.
When the company was in business they made thousands of different tables and designs. I remember seeing some in my grandma's home at one time. When she decided to redecorate she gave them to her friend.
Just keep in mind that the value of the tables is determined by supply and demand. If you table is hard to find or has a limited number made it is worth more than the ones that they made more of. Furthermore, the value is determined by how many people are wanting or looking for these tables.
Normally you can ask $75 to $100 for the set.
WD40, rubbing alcohol, or even fingernail polish remover will all work well for your needs. Some people like Goo Gone, but I don't have it here. I find out that WD40 is fantastic and works well to clean up a mess like this.
Oh, what a clever idea, I love it! thank you for sharing this and the picture showing it -- this is something I will do for sure :-D
It sounds like the processor chip or a circuit board in the typewriter is damaged and either need cleaning or replaced. I would see if you can find any type of manual on this typewriter and find out how hard it would be to open it up. A lot of time a circuit board can get dust on it from paper and stop working. A simple cleaning of the electronics inside the typewriter can sometimes get it running again. You might find a video on YouTube to help you open this up and clean it or replace the damaged part.
Thanks, Ill try that. I would love to have it working.
Thanks for the reply. I do have another typewriter but as this one is battery powered I was hoping to use it away from home. My other is a ginormous Smith Corona that sounds like a machine gun lol
There are still typewriter repair places out there. There was a post from 2015 that listed some on this website:
Perhaps you could contact one and see what they say.
If this is the case and the boy refuses to move out then it is necessary to cut him off completely. He needs to realize that it isn't up to you to do all for him. If he continues to sleep all day and play video games you should charge him rent like his dad wants to.
In doing so both you and your boyfriend's rent should be reduced the same and the son will pick up the balance. It isn't only the father who benefits from his son paying rent, it is the two of you to benefit.
Sounds like all good advice but I believe you should think about this very carefully before you have any discussions and try to know for sure what you can or will do if the situation does not change.
What was the agreement when the son moved in 2 years ago? What does the son plan to do with his life? Does he have more schooling in mind - college or vocational school or does he have plans to look for a full time job and move to a place of his own?
These are questions the father should know or be asking and if he is not doing this then you may have a difficult time asking for a different financial arrangement. Once the financial discussion is started, there will most likely be a lot of discord in your "family" group.
I believe the situation with the living conditions (staying or moving out) should be settled as this decision will have to be the basis of the financial solution.
The son definitely needs to be making a contribution to the overall living expenses but how much money is he making? How much can he pay and still have money to move out? Moving out on his own will require a substantial amount of money unless he is moving in with his mother or moving back to wherever he lived until he was 16.
I assume the father was paying support before his son moved in 2 years ago and that should have been the time for the 50/50 arrangement to have been discussed - that support money should have been added to reduce the total living expenses and the balance could have been the 50/50.
Since this was not done it now appears the situation will probably be seen as the "ugly stepmother syndrome" by your BF and the son and maybe some other people as well.
You definitely have to be realistic about what can change as your BF is the only person that can set up any rules for his son and it does not appear that he is wanting to be very firm about his son's lifestyle or future. Maybe he feels it is too soon after graduation but I do not believe this lifestyle just started but has been condoned for a long time.
It seems like it is down to deciding what your actions will be if nothing changes - know where you stand but try not to make any threats like "make changes or I'm out!" unless that is what you intend to do. This is your future too so be sure you are ready to face the problems that are definitely in your future with a BF that has an 18 year old live-in son.
it is really as simple as, how much of this situation are you willing to tolerate? If you can't and nobody can see your terms, you leave. It's simple.
the father will tend to side with his kids first, no question. It is in fact as it should be. That is a fact of life that the new person in the family dynamic has to accept.
On the other hand, your BF is doing your son no favours by tolerating disrespectful and aimless behaviours in the boy and failing to instill any discipline or sense in self=pride. Impressing on this son that he needs to pull his own weight because it's the only way that his life will not suck and that paying rent is an excellent way of accomplishing this - its like when they are children and you tie their allowance to chores - is a reasonable point any parent should adopt.
you could appeal to your BF that in the interest of building character and having his son develop better lifestyle habits and character that he should, in fact, pay rent or otherwise 'earn his keep'. Try not to sound like the evil Yoko Ono Stepmother in saying this because unfortunately that is how you are in some senses viewed due to your role in the family dynamic.
and if the father is too emotional and the kid too uncontrollable to effectuate this, you may have to move out for your sanity's sake.
What kind of vinegar?
The wood or the stain on the wood looks like mahogany. As for the type of table, when they were first sold so many people bought these to sit in their living rooms or even parlor rooms. Therefore, the name parlor table was adopted for this style of table.
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You could contact GE or the manufacturer of the tree
GE would be the best place to call and ask, the link is below.
You can call battery bobs who has a vast variety of batteries. They do not sell a battery under the heading of Amgoo 450, so if you can provide them with serial number, part and model, they may be able to cross match the phone battery for you...I did see on ebay a used Amgoo 450 battery for sale for $10.00. The battery was square and blue colored. Business phone number for Battery Bob's is 1-800-677-8278
They don't sell batteries. That's why I'm asking here.
P.S. I do not mix carpet shampoo with the LYSOL.
Your new dog is marking its territory over the older dog. It feels insecure and if there is old pee in the room where the new dog smells, it will pee there.
I trained my new dog to pee right where the older dogs go outside and the new dog goes to the same area. It is the same way in the house. You would need to keep the dog away from places where it pees in the house and have both dogs socialize more; this may help to stop that bad habit. If your new dog was not neutered early in life, this may also be the root of the problem as neutering can help stop the marking. In the meantime, treat the flooring to rid the odor.
I have used carpet shampoos in my Rug Doctor and it really cleans great, but the best overall cleaning, deodorizing and disinfectant found that really works for our home is using LYSOL in the brown bottle. It costs around $6.00 and 3-4 capfuls in the shampooer's container does wonders on the carpet. I love it and my husband noticed a big difference too. You might want to try this out.
Thanks! I will give it a try. He is so sweet and loves attention. I really want to adopt him, but my entire house has my 12 yr old GS that I lost in April scent throughout the house.
Buy Natures Miracle. Its enzymes remove traces of scent so the dog wont go back there
I followed instructions reheating both pans. While getting the ice water to put in top pan there was a loud explosion sending the top pan to the underside of my new microwave before hitting the ceiling and landing across the room with water floor to ceiling. No cracked floor tiles, hole
In Ceiling or damaged microwave and pans separated !!!! Haha
P.S. After contacting the antique dealer you might take some close up pictures of your vase and email them for further identification. His vase does not have any markings on the bottom.
I was able to locate the exact shape/replica of your floor vase with information of antique seller who has it up for sale. The vase has measurements given and other pertinent information which will help you determine pricing. The only difference between the two vases are the patterns used. You can see an up close picture of the vase for comparison.
Dentures can cause sore spots on the gums and may need some altering by the dentist. However, the uncomfortable feeling of wearing them is foreign in the mouth; certainly a far cry of the natural teeth. Wear dentures in short spurts; 15-30 mins. at a time when possible and remove for a little while and then put back in until you break them in. Just like new shoes, a breaking in time is required. It is normal to have that full wad experience which is just a part of getting used to them. Eventually, you will not have any of that feeling.
Thank you..... It's been more than a month... and the
dentist says "it takes time".... the mouth full with that wad of bubble gum feeling is what is driving me crazy.
It takes about a month to get used to dentures. If I were really uncomfortable, I would contact the dentist sooner.
I have found that storing flour cake mixes etc. in the fridge takes up too much room and I don't have enough room for my food! I store in Glass or plastic containers and keep a few sticks of Wrigleys spearmint gum. This keeps out any critters.
To help your young avocado tree along, remove it from the south or southwest area to diminish intensity of the sun. Like your own skin, an avocado is sensitive to sunburning too. If you had a sunburn, you would not expose yourself to direct sun's heat because the burning sensation is intensified.
Yes, you can paint a tree using half water and half acrylic white paint and put it on all the areas where leaves have fallen. This will help protect it more from getting sunburned further. However, the avocado tree would have been planted outdoors exposed to the sun. I don't know if you would do this to such a young plant as your own.
Do not over water as the tree won't be needing an abundance of water due to lack of leaves, but do keep it sheltered from sun until you see it improving. Good Luck.
I think I would like to try decupodging on wood to make an real birdhouse. Modge Podge makes a weather proof product. Thanks for the idea!
These critters in your photo do resemble bed bugs. You will definitely need an exterminator to rid them. If you are just noticing these bugs, you may have them just in your bed, but they can be carried from bedroom to other rooms and get in sofa/chair.
Immediately, wrap the mattress and box spring in plastic and securely tape closed everywhere before removing it from the home to prevent bugs and their eggs from escaping.
Remove yourself from that bedroom and set up sleeping in another room. Do not visit other people's homes while you have this problem as these bugs can be carried into other places. It is best to keep the problem isolated as much as possible.
When the exterminator determines you have no more problem and can move back into the bedroom. Do yourself a favor by protecting your new mattress set from a future invasion. Start out by getting a bed bug protective zipper covering for both. This set up covers top, bottom and all sides.
Fully vacuum the carpet several times a day and deposit the debris into a plastic sealed bag and remove from home or if you can burn it even the better. Bed bugs can be in the bed frame and any dark places in the room, so a thorough cleaning is necessary; however, it's not guarantee you have rid ALL bugs and eggs from the room. That's why an exterminator is most helpful.
Benadryl Cream or any knock off brand will relieve the itching from bites received.
Thanks for your efforts but this is bread pudding. I am looking for pumpkin bread made in individual small loaf pans and made with stale white bread. If u come across that in ur travels I would appreciate u sharing it.
Is this still avail
I too for years was bitten without seeing a visible bug. It took forever & was really difficult but I did get rid of them. I know now there is definitely something microscopic that only seems to bite certain people. I just wish there was someone or some way of identifying it. Its absolutely hell on earth.
I know this is an old post but I have had a very similar experience. Please let me know if this is still happening to you.
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If the AC is low on refrigerant/coolant it can affect the working of the thermostat. Also, if the thermostat has a broken fan blade or the condenser might be blocked by road debris, (leaves, plastic, dirt,etc.) these can prevent the AC from properly working. The worse scenario would be electrical problem. Begin with the least expensive checking first.
Check to see if the blockage of the condenser is the reason by looking through the grill in front and use compressor and blow out debris from leaves, plastic, dust build up. If the AC unit still doesn't work, then check the fan blade for breakage before adding expensive refrigerant.
With newer cars today, they have electrical sensors and it's possible that a module has gone bad or a wire broke that triggers possible ventilation problem.
The three most common issues are a leak in the coolant tank, some sort of electrical kerfuffle in the cooling system, or a dying compressor.
Unless you are super handy, you may want to take it to your mechanic and have them look.
Hope it is an easy and inexpensive fix.
There's several options here too.
Thank you God bless!
Thank you God bless!
I think they meant "voila!"
keeping conditions very clean is a good way to avoid these things. So is cleaning the bedding, etc. Also making sure your cat is very healthy and has a great immune system such as by giving him high quality food will protect him as well
Wow! Sorry you have so much going on in your world.
A couple of things...I hope your mom is getting the pups treated for the mange as it makes the poor things quite miserable and while it can take awhile it is (in most cases) totally curable.
She should be isolating the pups so they don't infect other pups. Anyone who is in contact with the pups should be careful also if they start to get red, itchy bumps as some strains are transmittable to people. The vet can give her all the details and let her know if what the pups have is the kind of mange that can be spread to people and what protections to take if it is.
Like Judy said, cats are not a typical host for mange/mites, but they can still have issues from the mites even though it is not full blown mange.
WebMD has some good info--I have two links for you.
Talk to the vet about what you can do to prevent spread from your shoes and such if that is what you are worried about the spreading issue. The vet can tell you if bleach is the best thing or if there is something better.
Sending up healing prayers for all! Please make sure to follow whatever advice the vet gives carefully so there is no spreading and high chance of full recovery!
Cats are not the preferred hosts for mange. If your cat does get it, and it is unlikely since she doesnt live with the dog, it will be short-lived and resolve on its own
My chihuaha looks the exact as yours I just hit mine he is only one month old how big did yours end up getting?
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You do not say how you will be marketing your products but usually a short name is best and much easier to remember.
You will have to be careful with using a name that is already taken, especially if you plan to start a true business and acquire a license/LLC.
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Here is a good site that has some suggestions about a skincare business .
It looks like you have 2 very similar dolls so if you can find any markings on their neck/back or under the back hairline this would be the only way we might be able to help you identify your dolls.
A product called Nok-out is highly rated and is available on Amazon
I do not know what you have tried but maybe this will help:
From one website:
"The upper thread tension could be set too tight. Set the tension to the best thread tension setting or less. Make sure the spool of thread is installed correctly using the correct size spool cap for the size of spool. ... Check that the bobbin is wound so that it about 80% full and that the thread is evenly wound. Be sure thread is not old or twisted."
Here is a link to the company if you still have problems:
You may find some useful information on this popular site:
Here is a link to service manuals:
Anyone with this machine may be able to find an answer to numerous error codes with this link:
You do not say where you live (US or?) so it will be difficult to help with your problem as this is not a machine that is traditionally sold in the US. Unless you are in China, the company will most likely not respond to any questions.
Here is a link to the maintenance manual (in English) that has all the codes listed and how/what to do to correct the problem.
The code Eb is shown as System over-voltage and instructions to correct it are close to the bottom of the page.
If you do not understand what to do you should try to contact a local machine service shop that works on the Jack machines.
Hey, Ellen, great post! I knew that you can grow a pineapple and avocado, but didn`t know about the other things at this list! Thanks for sharing with us, have to try growing something new!
Zebit is great!! They sell all sorts of things!