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Pet funerals

Posted by Mika A on

Pets have been part of our lives since the days of the cave men. We domesticated wolves which then evolved into our current day dogs. In cave man days, wolves assisted man in hunting, helped get rid of rid of the scraps left over from meals, alerted man to dangers, and defended him from predators. These jobs carried on down through the years as did this part in keeping man company. Can't you just seeing a cave man and his wolf sharing a cave and keeping each other warm. Unfortunately, just like us, wolves and now dogs, cats and all...

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Growing The Native Texas Bluebonnet Flower in Your Garden

Posted by Hana K on

Ever wonder how the bluebonnet got its name? It's straight from history - pioneer women wore sunbonnets as sun protection that resembled the shape of this flower's petals. Bluebonnets hold a solid place in Texas history, having been mentioned in pre-Columbian Native American writings. As the state flower, Texas bluebonnets have a special place in the heart of Lone Star State gardeners. You can plant a sea of these vivid blue blossoms, plant them in patches, or use them as border plants. According to the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, the best time to plant bluebonnet seeds is October and November; early October...

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The Perfect Gifts for Administrative Assistants Day

Posted by Mika A on

Gatekeepers, business ambassadors, corporate caretakers, partners in business - these are just a few of the ways Administrative Assistants have been described. It's the new "power job", and it takes a special person to be good at it - they need to have a wide skill set, be extremely organized and available almost around the clock. They keep things in control, manage projects and deal with difficult situations so their bosses can focus on other things. And that's just the tip of the iceberg! Administrative Assistants Day is the perfect way to acknowledge your Administrative Assistant, and there are lots of ways to...

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How to Send Flowers for Mothers Day

Posted by Hana K on

In this day of e-cards, electronic bouquets (really they're only pictures of flowers – how is that special?), and mass-marketed bouquets, it seems like a good idea to provide instructions on how to send flowers for Mothers Day. Consider early delivery. On Valentine's Day, our customers love receiving their bouquets at work for all to see. If your mom spends her days at a desk, you can make her the envy of all the other moms by sending her a gorgeous bouquet on the Friday before Mother's Day. We've even got balloons to make sure everybody sees what a grateful...

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5 Stylish Christmas Dinner Must-Haves

Posted by Mika A on

5 Stylish Christmas Dinner Must-Haves The Holiday season is finally upon us and whether we want to admit it or not, we’re all affected by the holiday spirit. Some of us are true Christmas lovers; we enjoy the spirit of giving (and also receiving presents), love shopping for presents, decorating our homes, whistling Christmas tunes – you know the drill. Others may want to pretend they’re the Grinch, but deep inside you know, as soon as you see all the holiday’s staple shades – red, green, gold, silver, your heart silently smiles, and you know – the Christmas spirit has...

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