While it’s true that tough economic times usually have people running to the nearest fast-food joint for a meal, it doesn’t have to be that way.
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September is a very busy time in the garden. Even though the garden season is beginning to wind down, there is still a lot you can do to finish up this year’s garden and lay the ground work for next year.
Let women take a shot at it.
Warning: This article contains material that some may construe as sexist. Reader discretion is advised.
Best Days for September 2010: 10th, 17th and 25th To trim those extra pounds, begin a diet on September 23rd.
One of my favorite toys growing up was the Etch-a-Sketch. If you weren’t happy with your last drawing, you just had to give it a good shake and the screen went blank, ready for another try.
As soon as the first few cool nights arrive in late August, thoughts of fall mums come to mind. Big pots of colorful mums for the front steps, more for the back porch, and of course, some to fill in the few bare spots in the garden.