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Travertine Tile

If you are choosing to install stone tile in your home, outside your home, in your garage or other, travertine tile is a safe bet. It is a beautiful selection to make, and there is a wide selection available when choosing travertine. These selections include antique travertine tile, antique patterns, tumbled, mosaics, moldings, and much more.

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Hi, Amber! I'm doin

Hi, Amber! I'm doing the BYW class too. And as you are the only other person, thus far, from Louisiana, I thhguot I would stop by and say hello! So hello, from Shreveport! I'm really looking forward to the class!About that paperless kitchen? Wow! Good luck! We go through the Sam's case in a hurry, too! My husband uses about five at a time, even though I buy the select-a-size! I like the new ones you've chosen, but I don't think we could do it!Oh! And what a gorgeous day for a football game! Geaux Tigers! by Venkat posted on Sunday, December 01, 2013

Ok, I'm gonna be the

Ok, I'm gonna be the oadbdll (I am an oadbdll, just ask my friends and family) and say I liked the pool table, in fact I would ask for it and all the accessories to be included in the sale . For me that's probably how I would use the room anyway so it lets me see it's a workable option. I might not have it in that exact spot and could move it over and rotate it. The overhead light will need to be moved but that's an easy fix.That aside I do like the bathrooms (no pink, peach or green tile Yeah!) and the wood floors are gorgeous. The attached garage is also great. I agree though that it's still priced a bit high, but given that the inventory is shrinking, maybe they are seeing how much someone wants the house. by Pit posted on Sunday, December 01, 2013

Can anyone who's lok

Can anyone who's lokeod at the tools at this point answer a question for me? I'm just wondering with the whole background services bit, does MS has any API that something like a chat app can use to stay connected or are those basically dead in the water for now?I'm a big IRC user, have been since 1995, I wonder if a IRC client could be done on WP7 at this point? Something like that wouldn't work using push notifications. by Vinod posted on Sunday, December 01, 2013

Very nicely done.I w

Very nicely done.I will be enetrally grateful to my father who made 2 years possible for both my brother and myself and the resulting friendships with fellow cadets as well as the good habits that have served me well through out my life. That was a very special and unique time for me!And now, 65 years after that time, Ed Spivack and I still maintain our friendship on at least a weekly basis. Is that not in itself a miracle? by Eyyub posted on Sunday, December 01, 2013

That's interesting.

That's interesting. I wodenr if WCF could work for something like IRC which is more or less going at real-time if you can't keep getting data from the server in the background when you jump to some other app.It should be interesting, I'm an IRC junky like others are FB junkies, so it'd be great if there could be a IRC chat client for WP7. by Mokwaledi posted on Sunday, December 01, 2013

I haven't looked at

I haven't looked at it that close, but I don't see why not. This is spuopsed to be a connected device, so I would think you could create a WCF service to act as the glue between the client on the device and the server (where the chat database is stored). by Lee posted on Sunday, December 01, 2013

I'm sure the underly

I'm sure the underlying OS would soruppt opening a TCP connection there are IRC clients for older versions of Windows Moble. I would have to look at the framework to see what is there. From what I understand, the connection would be dropped if the app was closed. by Rupert posted on Sunday, December 01, 2013

Cheryl it's not abou

Cheryl it's not about "liking" the pool table or not. I like a pool table in a game room, where it is expected. Selling a house is about minakg it appeal to the demographic that will most likely be purchasing in a particular neighborhood. Selling is also about meeting buyer expectations. Buyers "expect" a living room to be a living room. What they take away when seeing a home like this is not a memory of the cute kitchen and great bathrooms, they remember " Oh yeah, that was the house with the pool table, now what did it look like?" They need to remember the house, not what's in it. Furnishings should simply enhance the architecture, the flow, the beautiful upgrades, everything that is not being packed up and moved. by Julius posted on Tuesday, December 03, 2013

You are absolutely r

You are absolutely right Joanna. The pool table is a real no-no in terms of selilng a home. People want to see a living room when they walk in. It is an easy fix. Just store it. I'm wondering where the coffee table is as well. Everyone knows my feelings about a lazy boy recliner, no matter how classy it looks! The hardwoods look to be in great shape and the kitchen is fine, bathrooms have been redone which is a huge plus and I'm thrilled there is not a red dining room : )I think it's a tad high. If they move the pool table and furnish that room I bet they could get 328. Keep us posted! by Goro posted on Tuesday, December 03, 2013

Ah, Betty C, soft, s

Ah, Betty C, soft, silky, substantial, bueitaful, and yes so classy. This is 100% woman and completely flawless. No wispy little girl here, no bones showing. Just great legs flowing into a picture perfect butt, a strong back and shoulders topped by a magnificent face and bueitafully maintained shinny black hair. Perfect skin just enough breast, firm and strong and a nice firm 6 pack with the precise amount of softness to make it totally feminine. Speaking of the intimate shots . What more perfect example could you find to feature than this sweet pink jewel. She may have flaws but they sure don't seem to be physical. This is one tough act to follow. My only con I hate fishnets! by Marat posted on Tuesday, December 03, 2013

Betty C turns in ano

Betty C turns in another great prncormaefe here, peeling off her panties and spreading wide open to fully and explicitly expose her full womanhood and bare bottom. Keep up the great work! by Alexander posted on Tuesday, December 03, 2013

I love reading Swim

I love reading Swim School Bob! Your ishtgnis about swimming and your constant telling of the good news about swim is so uplifting. Thanks Bob and Kathy!ps I hope Jane Brody reads Swim School Bob! by Herit posted on Tuesday, December 03, 2013

Dang, Ruthie! PLEASE

Dang, Ruthie! PLEASE either get back to this pcjoert or use this hero and heroine some place else. What a description! And what a HOOK! Just wow.And welcome back. You're contributions have been missed. by Pradip posted on Tuesday, December 03, 2013

Love the elephants l

Love the elephants line and the hint of back story. Awful lot of “was” siklnrped throughout .I’m in edit mode on my story and too aware of words. She’s meeting him at the airport even though he left her? by Gopal posted on Tuesday, December 03, 2013

Yowza is right! Your

Yowza is right! Your descriptions of this waklnig, er, standing, specimen of testosterone was wonderful enough but then how you weaved that in to how he'd conquered her so long ago was brilliant. Hope you can dust this puppy off and give it another go! by Henrique posted on Tuesday, December 03, 2013

Oh!This is a terribl

Oh!This is a terrible start!The slow march of tiicnkg minutesthe excruciating, boring wait.Getting interesting.The chefs should be firing up the stoves,stealing a puff from their cigarettesin the backlaneToo wordiness for my liking. Nothing interesting to grab my attention.and the crew with their MP3sglued to their earsare breaking out the cutlery.I can live with this.Oh!Help! I am dying!can't wait for opening hoursat this dinerNothing interesting here.where we will be servedwith the juiciest gossip.Interesting ending. The repetition of “Oh!” didn’t work for me. Some of these lines are prosy and unfortunately the individual words don’t carry enough weight. I think you need to bring this piece back to the drawing board. Just my opinion.- Alex K by Weeby posted on Tuesday, December 03, 2013

I think the point of

I think the point of no return for our American soul was the when oaidnrry US citizens were changed into consumers. I am not sure when, but one of the defining moments was GWB's speech exhorting Americans to start shopping again or the bad guys would win. Well, it turns GWB was lying (again). The Bad Guys were waiting at The Sharper Image, Whole Foods, and Goldman Sachs reading to pounce on our wallets and our children's futures. American business and American politicians kill more Americans every year than any half-asses Osama Bin Laden wannabe could even dare dream of. by Aldo posted on Tuesday, December 03, 2013

Yes, the Euro is in

Yes, the Euro is in Yes, the Euro is in a down trend. However, when you look a 20 year history chart for the Europe (using some Deutsche Mark ansalyis), the value of the Euro is not exceptional at all. Even a EUR/USD of 1.10 is not unusual.The question is if it will fall further to levels of 1999-2001 or stabilize now between the 1.20 and 1.10. 0Was this answer helpful? by Jacqueline posted on Saturday, September 26, 2015

I love Engdahl! I

I love Engdahl! I I love Engdahl! I cannot rconmmeed his book, A Century of War highly enough. Absolutely blew my mind. I love how Engdahl refers here to Goldman Sachs as the Trojan Horse ain't that the truth! And most Americans have no idea what's coming. None. 0Was this answer helpful? by Idang posted on Saturday, September 26, 2015

an approach that wad

an approach that wadtstinhs even a little bit of scrutiny. You should read our article called Home Cost per Square Foot: Not a Good Estimate of Value to have a better understanding of why this is the by Yoshie posted on Saturday, September 26, 2015

Love your sleepless

Love your sleepless night cards Yvonne - a beftiuaul vintage card.Hope you get some sleep soon though.luv and hugs {brenda} xoxox by Aprilianny posted on Saturday, September 26, 2015

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Do park officials be

Do park officials belivee the renovation and implementation of this lodge will increase the number of people visiting the Tonto Natural Bridge State Park or just prolong the number of hours each visitor spends in the park? From the Arizona Republic article, it seems as though officials aren't as much worried about the influx of visitors as they are the number of hours they spend during their visit. I'm curious as to why this is. Does the park lack sufficient lure to draw in more visitors? What I find most inspiring is how the surrounding community lends a helping hand to make the park reach its greatest visitor hours and earning potential. If everything goes as planned, I'll make sure to keep posted about the renovation of the lodge and how it improves park interest! by Sudarat posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2015

2 of 2 people found

2 of 2 people found the filolwong review helpful Very Surprising Results!, May 19, 2012Bya0 (Baton Rouge, LA) a0a0 Amazon Verified Purchase() This review is from: Granite Gold GG0039 Shower Cleaner 24 Fl. Oz. I have a slate shower and our water is soft but contains a lime which leaves deposits over time as you are all aware. I have avoided using anything acidic and have always had a hard time getting the tile and the fixtures clean. This product works far better than any I have tried. In fact, the fixtures after scrubbing and cleaning with this several times look new again. I have to use a large scrub pad and a lot of elbow grease but the deposits do come off and the stone isn't damaged. I will keep buying this cleaner. I wish Amazon would sell the refill size.Help other customers find the most helpful reviewsa0Was this review helpful to you?a0 | a0 by Kesav posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Donnalee don't ever

Donnalee don't ever apologize for tginhs you say. Don't ever apologize for venting your feelings. This is a time for you to let it out. If I was in your shoes I would feel the same way about having no one around that loves me. Of course there are people there that love you. The difference is that you are alone. Your sweetheart is gone. No matter how many people there reach out and care for you, Ernie's love can't be replaced. So that feeling of no one loves me is real. I hope that your friends there can understand that. by Cristiane posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2015

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This review is from: Granite Gold GG0039 Shower Cleaner 24 Fl. Oz. We were hanvig a hard time finding natural stone-friendly cleaner for our countertops (granite) and shower (slate). This product meets our needs. It seems to clean the shower reasonably well with only a few spots of soap scum remaining. It leaves the counters looking sparkly and smelling nice. The directions for use are easy (a big plus!), but the price tag is hefty (the only real negative). I'll be buying this again. by Naveen posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2015

You're right, Mary,

You're right, Mary, about the nature of grief; that it can turn in an innstat. I never trust myself these days, which is why I'm tending to stay home a lot right now volatile. I'm open (mostly) here because grief seems to be a bit of a mystery if you haven't experienced it at least that's how it was for me. I might have been the one thinking that active grieving would be waning after four months. What a skadoosh! by Angel posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2015

I have been I guess

I have been I guess dreading this day and awoke this monnirg with heaviness in my heart! It was not much different than the feeling I have had almost daily for the last year! But as I layed there in my bed remembering not just 7/7/2011 but the many years before I was reminded of the pressure in my chest so many times when my heart was so full of love and excitement! It might have been on their wedding day when the tears of joy touched my eyes and cheeks as I witnessed their promises to each other, it might have been the day Luke came into the world, or it might have been with the joy as Ryan came to make them four! It might have been when I was waking up on a once in a lifetime trip with them to some exciting part of the world I would not have visited had it not been for them. It might have been when David expressed his pride in me as I kept up with the group while on the 6 mile (?) trek in Thailand. As I watched Luke fencing and so proud of his accomplishment, or being there when Ryan got his White belt in martial arts. It may have been the joy I felt as Luke and Ryan ran into my arms as I tried to surprise them on a visit, the love they showered on me whenever I was with them. It might have been when they let me share the many blessing of their lives! The times I have spent in their home since they left us and all of their worldly possessions behind, as I touched these items and imagined how they found the special place in their home. I did not want to part with anything they had touched, clothes, toys, dishes they ate from, and oh the pictures! I seemed to think I could hold on to them by holding on to the THINGS that had been apart of them and their lives together. As I go through the years and my memories I will be thankful for all of the Blessings and do not want to forget the last blessing they left me with and that is the world of new friends that have reached out to me, to insure I still get my hugs and feel the love as they share with me. So as today is and always will be a reminder of a very sad day, it will also serve as a reminder to a time of living in a world without them and knowing they are all always with me! Love and blessings to you all that read these words and express your own heart felt messages , and know that each serves as a comfort and loving connection to four lives lived and never really lost! Lovingly, Linda* Nana* Mom and friend by Pitz posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Appreciate seeing th

Appreciate seeing this clip again. (Sand dunes). Like the oterhs here, I'm finding it hard to believe it's been a year. I hear David \barking\ and remember the first time I heard him, here in our yard. DeDe had to tell me he was calling the kids hadn't gone off the deep end. They were always so happy and so much fun. Like John, I still have moments when I consider them on another of their trips this one a little longer. I'll help my 2nd great-grand-daughter celebrate her 5th birthday tomorrow remembering that I DIDN'T help celebrate it last year and actually, not remembering her birthday at all! In time I'll be able to celebrate her day with their day and without conflict the happiest memories around all of their lives diminishing the pain. My heart goes out to all by Hiroaki posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2015

JohnOften I have tho

JohnOften I have thought of Dave and DeeDee over the past year as well. Although we had dreiftd away from each other during the years and the changes that years bring I always remember the times we spent with first Dave then DeeDee fondly. I am proud to say I saw them as they first met and saw the love they had for each other bloom and blossom. The life they lived is a lesson to us all and I try to remember this every day.Sadly time does not always heal as well as we would like. My deepest sympathies to your family on this sad anniverary. by Attilio posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2015

We have been blessed

We have been blessed to walk this jeronuy with you. While I can't say I enjoyed reading this post (can one enjoy weeping?), I appreciate your honesty, and your willingness to share your innermost feelings. Personally, I have been forced to question whether there's an underlying design to the tragedies, such as this one, that we face. I'd like to think that there is a design and continually search for the pattern the meaning the lesson the value. Isn't that the sum of being human ? I will be thinking of you tomorrow and every day (as I have since that decidedly horrible day last year). I carry you in my heart up here in the Santa Cruz mountains, under the trees. by Ines posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2015
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