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September 26, 2011


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Hello. I have been lovin your blog! I too have wondered where you were. I sat up one night and read a ton of your posts. I loved each and every one of them!!! No I am not a stalker! LOL I can't wait to do this with my boy. He is 9 and loves to do crafty stuff. I also found some really good things for his scout den to do as well, since I am the leader. Thanks so much for the awesomeness!!! Your kids are so very lucky to have you as a mommy! Btw they are toooo cute! Can't wait for more!


Glad you are back. E loved the rocks and I think T would too. See you finally made me comment on a blog.

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These crafting ideas are really very nice which are the best efforts of kids.They all are enjoying with it too.


Can't believe my eyes. I reached this amazing site and downloaded the app. Truly recommended guys!

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Is there a sealer you can put on these finished rocks so the crayon doesn't come off? I was thinking of having campers do these in camp.


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All top dog insurance companies try to minimize their risks in order to stay profitable. They do provide a fair amount of health coverage, but they try to exclude more expensive illnesses such as cancer treatments. Each pet is different and your dog may have different considerations than another dog. Be sure to read the fine print so you will know exactly what coverage you are getting.


Exclusions:Make sure to understand the limitations of the policy; all insurance policies have exclusions to help keep costs down, such as exclusions for: hereditary conditions, chronic illnesses, cosmetic procedures, or alternative treatments. Often the health issues that are likely to affect the breed of pet may be excluded from coverage; also, preventable diseases may not be covered if the pet did not receive the recommended vaccinations, or accidents, if the owner was not following the leash law.

If you are going to ask for recommendations, make sure that you also ask pet owners who have had their pet insurance for a long time. That way, you can be sure that what they will be sharing with you are things that they have actually experienced. Also, ask them anything about the policies. They will be able to tell you and explain to you in great detail than maybe someone who is selling the pet insurance.


If an accident victim is forced to take out a loan to cover these additional expenses or if he or she misses payments on his or her existing bills while paying for these expenses, the effects of this will quickly be seen on a victim's credit report. Every new loan can reduce a credit score by at least ten points or more, while a missed payment will typically reduce a person's credit score by 50 to 150 points. A lower credit score will make it more difficult to get a new loan, find a new job, or even qualify for the best rates on car insurance.

Ideally, you want to choose an insurance provider that will write a policy that pays out on a set schedule of benefits, not merely a certain percentage of the veterinary bill. You can plan for your pet's care if you know up front what services are covered and which ones are exempt under the policy. The premiums should remain stable throughout the term of the policy, with no increases as your pet gets older and presumably may have higher claims for medical care.

Canine and feline medical insurance works somewhat like health insurance for people, except for one BIG difference. Regardless of the company that you select, you will be expected to pay for the vet bill in full. Then you submit the paid bill to your insurance company, and they reimburse you the amount that is listed in your contract. So, if an illness, accident or emergency happens, you need to have a way to pay the vet bill upfront. This is the opposite of many health insurance plans for people, in which you pay a copay at the time of services and the doctors bills your insurance for the balance to be paid.

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