Just as the season of winter starts to turn to spring, your lawn leaves its dormant state and the grass starts to grow again. Gone is the dusty brownish-green expanse, as it's now starting to be replaced by the first hints of brand-new spring growth.
During the time period just as winter transitions to spring is the most important time for lawn care. Proper watering, feeding, and mowing during this transitional stage will determine the health and look of your lawn until it goes dormant again next fall.
Have you missed spending time in your garden? Perhaps you're lucky enough to live somewhere like Hawaii or even Florida, where you have been able to garden throughout the year. However, if you are one of those who live somewhere like Utah or Minnesota, you might be counting down the months and maybe even the weeks where you won't be inundated with freezing weather and snow. Wherever you live, maybe you're already planning your spring landscaping.
If you're having your furniture reupholstered for the holidays, you'll want to protect your investment. If you're the caregiver for your parents, and they suffer from incontinence, that may be difficult to do, especially if you don't take some special precautions. Here are four steps you can take to protect your newly reupholstered furniture from issues relating to incontinence.
Start With a Fabric Sealant
If your furniture is going to be reupholstered, be sure to add some protection to the fabric.
If you're just beginning the search for the right furniture for a basement that you've converted into a living space, you may be unsure of how to get started due to the basement previously being used for storage. Instead of having just any furniture put into the basement, you'll want to be careful to pick pieces that look great and will be a great fit for the look you're going for.
With a population of nearly 29 million people and plenty more from around the world who love to visit, Texas has more than its share of state-themed souvenirs, gifts, and other novelties. Choosing one of the myriad options available can ensure that your gift is well-received and highly commented upon. Read on for five great gift ideas for the Texan (or Texas lover) in your life.
Texas-Shaped Cutting Board
If you're attending a foodie's home for the first time or are gift shopping for someone who loves to cook, a Texas-shaped wooden cutting board can be a memorable and useful gift.