Weed Eater

26 Apr 19
Lumber Jack News

I’ve got several of the 18v one plus power tools, and I almost pulled the trigger on the weed eater / blower combo, but then I started looking at the 40volt stuff and I just can decide if I want to go that route instead. Any owners out there want to share some pros and […]

26 Apr 19
AcworthGeorgiaRealEstate

ACWORTH FARMERS MARKETFridays @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pmFirst Baptist Church Acworth, 4583 Church St, Acworth, GA 30101 Don’t miss out on fresh fruits and vegetables!Shoppers can expect Fresh fruits and vegetables with a wide variety of garden ripe Georgia grown vegetables, bedding plants, fresh baked pies, cakes, bread, honey, jams, eggs, cheese & more to […]

26 Apr 19

In case you haven’t heard yet, today is Arbor Day., and the day was found in honor of J. Sterling Morton in 1872, who organized the first tree-planting holiday. Over one million trees were planted on April 10, 1872. How amazing!  Unfortunately, my fiance, Kyle, and I rent, so we cannot plant trees on our […]

25 Apr 19
Dave Glardon

Good morning! I hope your day is starting off well. I’ve talked a lot this week about creativity and thinking outside the box. I guess it all goes back to the old adage that insanity is doing the same thing the same way every day and expecting different results. We all know that if we […]

25 Apr 19
Daily Water

by Pastor Mark Jordan “The Lord will fight for you; you need only to be still.” (Exodus 14:14, NIV)  Tiffany left the house the other day to run some errands and called me within a matter of seconds with an update on our neighborhood’s mother goose (check out the original post by clicking here). Landscapers were mowing the grass and trimming […]

24 Apr 19
Learning Holy

When we carry things too heavy for us, our knees buckle, our hands shake, and our world feels too fragile for the weight of it all. And sometimes when we carry things that are too heavy for far too long, we find ourselves in a space cluttered with brokenness and filled with confusion. I have […]

24 Apr 19
Archy news nety

Mosquitoes are small, but dangerous, and climate change is worsening the threat of mosquito-borne diseases. Virtually everyone wants to keep the novice away and, with a little bit of work, you can evict them from your lawn, your city and almost anywhere else. Because they are getting worse Of the approximately 3,500 species of mosquitoes, […]

24 Apr 19
Comicopia

  DC Comics ACTION COMICS #1010 ADVENTURES OF THE SUPER SONS TP VOL 01 ACTION DETECTIVE BATGIRL #34 BATMAN BEYOND #31 DETECTIVE COMICS #1002 DIAL H FOR HERO #2 FLASH #69 FREEDOM FIGHTERS #5 HEROES IN CRISIS #8 INJUSTICE 2 HC VOL 05 INJUSTICE 2 TP VOL 04 JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #10 SILENCER #16 SUPERGIRL […]

24 Apr 19
WREG.com

Ladart is charged with aggravated robbery and theft.

23 Apr 19
Robert Wilson, Auctioneer

Sunday April 28 at 1:00 pmCoins Sell at 2:00 pm (no separate ring) will mix in76 N. 1st Street, Newark OH 43055(740) 334-7024, wilsonr@gmail.com Click here for pictures. Lecoultre Atmos Clock; Porcelain Mail Pouch Thermometer original; Western Union Lighted Sign & Clock; Pepsi & Mountain Dew Clocks; Barber Pole Lighted Sign; Tree Farm Sign; Guinness […]

23 Apr 19
Shiloh to Canaan

This is the image you see when you Google the Farmerville City Cemetery. However, if you visit the cemetery you will see it in another light. The cemetery is much larger than you see in the photo. It is maintained by the Farmerville City Cemetery Association. These people do the best they can with limited […]

23 Apr 19
My Dysfunctional Life

Mom and Dad, you’re on my mind this morning, especially you mom. I wish you were here to tell me the rest of what I need to hear and know. I wish I’d paid attention more when you tried all those years before. Nonetheless, I think I finally understand why you disappeared for that time. […]

23 Apr 19
VMF Homes Blog

New homeowners need a lot of items to keep up with home maintenance and to save on things they can labor themselves. The upfront cost can be a lot on a new buyer. Consider saving up for each item and purchasing as you have funds and as it’s needed. As warmer weather is coming, we […]

23 Apr 19
~ wander.essence ~

Our family spent a week in the Adirondacks in August of 2001.  A week on Flower Lake in McKenzie Cottage with its pine-paneled walls and low ceilings, its brown-and-black striped Herculon couch and green plaid wallpaper, its wooden duck pegboard to hang our jackets. A week enjoying McKenzie’s window boxes abloom with geraniums, pink-and-white-striped petunias, […]

23 Apr 19
Nate Ballew

Chapter 1 “Keep driving till we see sexy Jesus,” Mike said, navigating his phone back into his jean pocket. “But I’m starving over here,” Eddie pounded his hand against the steering wheel. “Can’t I drop in the deli and get some cold cuts while you watch for this joker from the car?” Eddie said while […]

23 Apr 19
My Adventures in selfreliance

I’m learning when you get “pony pak” vegetable need to go in the garden beds or transplanted into larger pots within a day or two of purchase because the plants get root bound quickly in those small pots.  It was amazing to see how much the Sun Globe cherry tomatoes perk up after moving them […]