LOVE PERSIAN CHAI!!! When you walk into an Iranian home after the customary greetings, the first thing you would be offered as soon as you
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Faith Evans, singer-songwriter & record producer. After singing backup for Al B. Sure & Christopher Williams, she became the 1st female artist on Bad Boy Entertainment. Her hits include You Used to Love Me, Soon as I Get Home, Love Like This, All Night Long, Love Like This, Can't Believe, I Love You, Burnin' Up, Again, Mesmerized & I'll Be Missing You, which became her best-selling song to date. She is also known as the widow of the Notorious
Don't forget about the head! It should be the first thing you consider when getting dressed :)
May your walk home from the bar look better than when you were first learning to walk. Happy Birthday!
Love this idea, it would be a sweet thing to tuck into a kids suitcase when they go to camp, or when husband out of town
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An entryway is the first thing most people will see when they come into our home. It’s our first opportunity to set a pleasant tone for our home and time together.
Daycare Crafts and Activities
The Prudent Pantry: The First Thing You See (when you arrive home), is it organized and welcoming?
Cucumber Tetherball can be offered to chickens as an occasional snack while doing double-duty as a boredom buster- for the chickens and for you!
apparently the first thing you learn in "how to be an evil sorceress 10"
YES!!! You know you are from St. Louis when you pronounce "Missouri" correctly! Pronouncing Missouri as "Missour-ah" seems to be an outside of St. Louis thing!
at first i thought "spirit of staircase"… what? then clicking on the link describes it as "staircase wit" which is a French term describing when you realize, after walking away, all the things you would have said in a conversation
The Good Stuff.
MELLIFIED MEN Ancient Chinese writings tell of an Arabian process wherein elderly men near death would subsist on a diet of nothing but honey. Soon, his excrement and his sweat would be entirely comprised of honey. The man would soon die from this rather unhealthy practice, and his body would be placed in a stone casket full of honey. After a century or so of aging, the substance is gathered up and used as a medicine, particularly for the
Soon enough, I won't think about you everyday, &&<3And I may even forget to mention your name as I pray. Soon enough, I'll be able to survive if someone manages to steal you away. And when the time comes, we'll forget to tell each other "Happy birthday" and (hopefully) soon enough, I'll forget why I ever loved you in the first place. (but in the meantime) soon enough is a lifetime away.
Simple DIY Bench. Right when you walk in, to the right of the stairs! It would be great to have!
oh, why can't life be as simple as it was when i first fell in love with you??
Love this - would be a surprise when the kids go into brush their teeth
Victorian treatment for mental patients. Often women were diagnosed as hysterical (anything from depression to anxiety) & placed in these cages. Any patient who was just upset in general were locked in these cages. Like farm factory animals, there was no room to bend the legs, sit up or move. Cruel treatment....If you weren’t insane when they put you into this contraption, you soon would be.
Floor Plan: Useful for seeing how we would like the staircase and study. In our plans you walk up the stairs and turn right. This could also be used as a light-well, into the kitchen area.
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of course i would never walk down it at night. but i would love this to be the pathway to my home.
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Climate-Friendly Sunken Pool Converts into Radiant Floor Here’s a truly glamorous idea for a pool. A sinking pool! The apparently permanent stone floor in this room literally slowly drops to reveal the pool underneath. In the raised position, you can walk on the same surface radiantly warmed from beneath. And of course, having the swimming pool convert itself into a floor makes it child-friendly too: this is not a pool that a child can fall into. Once it is sunken it looks like any other indoor pool – as permanent as you could possibly want. You could design this so that it remains as just a shallow decorative pool when not in use, one that is only an inch or two deep. But the best thing about this idea is that it would also make keeping the pool warm a cinch. The exposed surface of pools give off heat at a great rate and take a lot of energy to reheat. But this one is only exposed to heat evaporation when you swim in it. This could make this extremely glamorous design also a very climate-friendly one as well. That’s because the energy expended to keep pools toasty make your swimming pool the worst carbon hog: worse even than you driving that SUV. Radiant floors or the use of thermal mass is climate-friendly design because of the slow release of warmth – reducing energy needs for heating. The super-rich with luxury housing do the most harm to the planet with their luxury high energy use architecture. So, encouraging their architects to incorporate eco design ideas like thermal mass/radiant floors into luxury architecture is a way to reduce their normally VERY heavy carbon footprint. But of course the energy consumption would depend on how much energy is expended to raise and lower the floor. Perhaps that can be engineered to be a clever energy efficient design… or perhaps not. It is designed in Belgium – if you want to ask and see, or make a suggestion on how that could be achieved.
When your guests walk into the room, you want them to be dazzled by one killer display that takes their breath away. But be sure to stop there: If you have more than one big show going on, you run the risk of making the space visually overwhelming. Usually I go for shock and awe on my dining room table. I like to think of this long plank of wood as a stage just waiting for a story. This all-important display sets the scene for all the décor in my dining room, and often for my entire home, so I c