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FINISH: BR-Natural brass. LENS: Clear, tempered, and heat resistant glass with silicone gasket, fully sealed for underwater usage. MOUNTING: Fully adjustable mounting arm to provide light aiming. Fixtures are mounted on a heavy duty brass base for a firm and stable underwater placement. hope you were able to play along! Today I used Edna With a Cupcake on Top Stamp and Cut it Out Die. I colored up Edna using copic markers. Cut her out and mounted her with foam for some dimension. I also used Zig Zag Stitched Circles and Rectangle dies from SPD for my matte pieces Join us next week and "USE YOUR FAVORTE EMBELLISHMENT". I was one of many just like me. At least among the sane. For the DC outpost of an NYC law firm, this WAS early. Anyone with a boat probably has some kind of a bilge pump. Some work, some don't. Sometimes we know they are working, sometimes we don't. Most bilge pumps are the centrifugal type.
They pump until the float switch falls and turns the pump off.
Enjoy.There was to many bikes!! I want them all!!.
Three adult males from Cuba came ashore this morning on Coco Plum Beach in Marathon.They were reportedly in good shape and did not need medical attention. Customs and Border Protection responded and took them into custody. I was able to find a really cute Hanukkah Roll and Cover from Posh Primary. I love roll and covers because my students can play them together, which they love, while working on the ever important subitizing. This set also includes higher numbers, so we can use two dice and practice our simple addition. Easter school holidays . Each photograph in this self portrait book was first printed by a master printer then scanned into the plates of the book. The book essay is by Elizabeth Avedon. Includes many never before seen photos and a section of her color self portraits. Available on amazon now!. This in another card using the Buzz and Bumble Workshop on the Go. LOL!. Hi Everybody!!! I had a busy weekend. But I promised you all photos of the living room. so here they are. We repainted this room. What if you bought a car. You borrowed the money because you were a little bit short that week. Maybe you didn't even need the money but the dealer told you he would only let you have the car if you borrowed the money even though you had the cash. You paid the loan back quickly so as not to be in debt or under the threat of the financer telling you how you could use your car. You were free and clear. Now the money loaner is telling you that some neighbors are angry that you've succeeded and are once again putting money in your pocket. They are upset that you aren't under the control of the banker but actually able to make your own decisions. They want a fee imposed upon you for having taken the loan in the first place and now being successful. You obligation doesn't end when it is fulfilled by repayment. With the winter dull-drums quickly fading into the recesses of our minds and spring blooming up around us, Summer has asked me to contribute a men's collection of items that I feel exhibit the growing warmth of the season, and bring to mind strolling through idyllic English countrysides. preferably while listening to XTC and sipping on iced tea. The Happy Scrappers met at the Attic Window Quilt Shop this past Saturday. First up, Chris held a Slash Your Stash session. Above she instructs us on how to use some of our stash to make this creative block. Above she helps us with the tricky marking and cutting of this block. Mary G. put her block together in this way. Lee Anne made this block. A Stockbridge damper is a tuned mass damper used to suppress wind-induced vibrations on slender structures such as overhead power lines and long cantilevered signs. The dumbbell-shaped device consists of two masses at the ends of a short length of cable or flexible rod, which is clamped at its middle to the main cable. The damper is designed to dissipate the energy of oscillations in the main cable to an acceptable level. Its distinctive shape gives it the nickname "dog-bone damper". Photo credit: Craig M. Story, via Slate. Not an international border. quilt borders!I have several quilts that just need that one last piece of the quilting puzzle to move in to "flimsy" or quilt-top stage. This week I got two of them onto hangers with a back to boot! Now I just have to get some thread and batting and I can have real quilts!I love the feeling of matching up a top with a backing. I pretty much can always find something in there that will work. Once matched they are hung in the closet in my sewing room and wait their turn on either the machine or the hand quilting frame. Since both of these quilts are for the Quilts of Valor project they will be machine quilted. A good project for Memorial Day Weekend. Eden had a pretty good day. She was able to get up and around in her walker a little bit, and finally found her smile. It was sorely missed on the few days it was absent. " It's true, and something we've recognized since she was a tiny baby. .