This morning, a few of us were talking about the craziness that is election politics. It’s been a constant conversation over the past few months, but as we edge closer and closer to November 8th, when we will discover who our next Commander in Chief will be, there is much uncertainty and angst.
But then someone said, let’s make election Tuesday better by cooking out that day!
Porches are a staple of any Southern Household. They hold the best friends, grills, and times from about May to August every year. They hold the necessities for a good barbecue or a family birthday party while the kids play down below. They’re almost part of the family.
At the same time, they take a beating from Georgia’s hot summers, raining streaks, and cold winters. We’ve all bore witness to some decks that have been.. erm… well-loved? Thoroughly used? It ain’t pretty.
That being said, you get to keep your porch a lot longer when you take care and protect it; Benjamin Moore has just the thing:
Getting a job done the right way is always something that I hold in the utmost respect.
It means that I don’t have to worry about it, I get to check it off the To-Do List forever. I like that a lot.
Benjamin Moore has worked hard to make their paint right so that you can do the job right, and their Aura Bath & Spa Paint is designed to do just that.
Around our household we’ve got allergies. Not horrible mind you, but we’re all sneezing almost all the time. When I’m at the office and I’m talking to folks on the phone, I almost am always asked, “Are you sick?”
“No,” I reply, “I always sound like this.”
But even with all that, I have it easy. There are people who are severely effected by their allergies. Environmental allergens are a constant worry and concern. The addition of any fumes or smells are carefully considered.
Tonight as I was watching TV, I saw this ad.
For several years, as soon as October rolls around, people start getting excited for everything Pumpkin Spice. Seems like everyone tries to get in on the craze and fad of everything Pumpkin.
Well, this was the first year that as soon as I saw the first Pumpkin related marketing… I started thinking of Ventrac Compact Tractors.