Have a missing or damaged tile? Take a sample to your local home improvement store to see if they can match the color. Replacing an entire floor of tile is expensive as well as a heinous chore. Save money and time by finding a tile that is a close match to the existing tile.
The “Itches of Summer” – Remember this rhyme: “Leaves of three, let them be.” Many people are allergic to the poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac plants. Its exposure can cause outbreaks and uncomfortable itching. If you happen to come in contact with the sap of any of these plants, wash the exposed area and any clothing that has come into contact with warm to hot water. Know the plants in your yard and teach your child not to pick plants without first checking with an adult. Some plants are poisonous if ingested. Call the poison control center for emergency information 1-800-222-1222.
Check The Spark Plugs – If you haven’t had a tune up in some time, consider changing the spark plugs and adjusting the timing. A misfiring engine eats up more fuel.
Just as you would practice fire drills and teach your kids about fire safety, you need to teach your children how to deal with strangers. More specifically, you need to teach your children how to resist should an abductor or invader enter your house. The truth of the matter is that most predators are unlikely to fire their weapons because they don’t want to be caught. Teach your child to scream and kick and shout if there is a predator trying to take them away. Once a child is actually, gone it may be very hard to pinpoint their location. So make sure your child knows how to react.
The hotel has a total of 28 rooms and you can choose from either a deluxe or a suite. Breakfast comes complimentary with the accommodation rates. Enjoy free Internet access in your room. There is also a doctor-on-call, laundry and car rentals among others.
Keep your heater and air conditioner well maintained. Doing this from a professional during the spring and fall can save you emergency heat loss during times when you need it most.
If you battle pollen and spores while indoors, avoid leaving your windows open for longer than an hour or two. At the very least, close them between the hours of 5 and 10 in the morning; this is the time of day in which plants and flowers release their highest concentrations of pollen.