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inbox by google.... i like how it looks but I don't like that I have to scroll where I want my email to move when right now I can type a couple letters and it gives me option where to move the email too... can you add this feature back google! please!

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Niagara Falls Buffalo, NY
Niagara Falls This was taken on July 13,2014. 

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Niagara Falls
By this time I own the Nikon D3200 for 3 years.  You would think I know how to use but I have to admit its a fail!  I would read up watch tutorials and would be taking a couple photos here and there.  Then would completely forget.  I can't retain the inform...

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pretending to know what I was doing =(

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Taken at the Philadelphia Flower Show 2014

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How to Reupholster Your Chairs - Video Tutorial

In the very beginning of this blog I showed you how to reupholser a yard sale chair. Almost four years has passed and I learned a lot since then. I hope this tutorial will be more helpful to anyone who wants to reupholster a simple dining chair. But, most of all, I want to show you how to protect your fabric seat after you put in the effort to recover them.

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#diy   #reupholster   #chairs  

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I have never made my very own mac and cheese before so I google how to make one.  I was lucky to have found a recipe from Food Network and Kitchen Treaty.  I pick and choose from both recipe what I have and like and here's how it came out. 

8oz macaroni 
2 1/2 cup fat free milk
3 tbsp I can't believe it's not butter (2 would have been ok)
1/4 tsp smoked horseradish spread
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 ground nutmeg
1/4 cup all purpose flour
3 cups cheese of your choice


Preheat oven at 375 degrees

cooked macaroni as directed and then drain well.

Meanwhile, warm up the milk. In a separate pot, melt butter add flour and milk for about a minute or until the it thickens. Then add the salt, nutmeg, horseradish and cheese. Mix well then add the macaroni. 

Pour everything in a baking dish and bake for about 30 mins. Enjoy!

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something that will be very handy for what I have in mind
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