My hand made Oak trash cans are really great looking and will last a really long time. A standard 33 gallon trash bag fits inside them and will hold a lot of trash.
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"The water was waist deep, so it's iffy if I can take the sheet rock and insulation half way or have to go to the ceiling," she said. "If we don't make it in time, we trash it." Officials started going house to house to ensure everyone was accounted
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Our products are made by TeakSmith and shipped by TeakSmith. We at TeakSmith adopt pride in offering quality products to our customers and perform level best service. This product can be used as a stool or as a side plain. Constructed by hand of sustainably harvested premium grade Indonesian teak. Hard wearing and impervious to sun, rain, frost or snow. Weathers to teak's symbol silver gray. Assembly: Please double check your space with the dimensions of the product to make sure it fits to keep returns and return shipping fees. Very Little Assembly required.
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OpenTop Trash Can, Form Trapezoid, Color Mahogany, Height 101/2 In, Length 91/2 In, Width 91/2 In, Top Type No, Wood Material, Includes (1) Wastebasket
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Junior and his family move from the barrio to a better part of El Paso in the 1950s, but they must live in the basement of their new house while they attempt to raise their standard of living.
Heather runs the gamut as she blogs on managing her bipolar disorder, coming to terms with medication, sharing her faith, her latest project, and stocking the vending machines for her husband, who's blind. Develop a strong faith life. Take EVERYTHING AS DIRECTED. if you are hearing things he needs to know, and it's a very easy fix. You're going to have to deal with side effects: remember they are worth it. 5. You are DEAD without your medication. Learn to laugh at yourself and ride the waves. Proper sleep is vital. don't neglect it. Well, that was odd. Someone stole my garbage. I got up feeling as if I couldn't get any more sleep, but not really rested either. I assume that is a medication/bipolar thing. Especially since I'm a little manic right now. I should be sleeping less, not more. I did wake up at 3 am and told myself to go back to sleep, which I did. I finally got up a couple hours later. Biscuit was being a pest, begging (he is the gray and white cat with the gray tail), so I told him "NO", sternly. He kept begging. I told him no a couple more times and he slunk off into a corner, crushed. I didn't mean to break his heart, I was just teasing him. He didn't even come when I clicked the can of food, or when I poured it out. He did get up on the table and watched Baby Girl eat (so I guess he was begging on her behalf). I took my shower, got dressed, and went to Walmart with Ron. I got 36 cans of cat food, some soda, t-shirts for Ron, drink mix for both of us, canned food for us, etc. We paid and had a good ride home. I put everything away and took a nap. I had dreams I was organizing things. I have interesting dreams when I'm manic. I decided to get up and tackle the front room. I got most of the major organizing, and moved a very heavy bookcase, to free up a lot more room. I put a broken (missing a vital part) pressure cooker out at the curb, along with a very pretty solid wood end table. I just don't have anywhere for the table and I would rather it go somewhere it will be used. I had a plastic box without a lid, and I filled that up with moth-eaten knitting projects, bits of paper, etc. I put that out at the curb, too. This whole process took hours. But I'm very pleased. It looks very good. I just need to sweep and mop the floor, and do some more purging. I don't have a problem getting rid of stuff, I just have trouble mustering the energy to sort through it all. I took the rest of the garbage out, losing my flip flops in the mud (it was raining). I managed, though, but I got mud all over my clothes as a result. They all went straight into the washer. I put the trash out around 5. I ordered a pizza about 2 hours later. When I went out to get it, the pressure cooker, the table, and the plastic box were all gone. Someone stole a box of garbage. I tried to remember if I had anything important in it, but was pretty sure I hadn't. When I threw something out later, I found "my" trash placed into the big, lidded, container. So they didn't take the trash after all, they just dumped it and stole a plastic storage box with no lid, and a separate lid that went to another box that's gone. It won't fit on the first box. For a while, about 10 years ago, I was growing potted plants in large pots. However, if I missed one day of watering they would die in our heat. So I had a lot of large, dead, plants, in pots. It never failed, if I put one out at the curb, they would take the dead plant and the pot. I would hate to see their home. I ran out of room for the garbage, but I will get freed up tomorrow on trash day. Then I am allowed 5 items (trash cans, items, or trash bags) next week. I had my 5 items but someone stole 3 of them. I'm not the only crazy one in town. It was pretty standard stuff, except for something from Doc. He was a little worried about Ron's A1C, at 5. 74 it is a little high. I told Ron, basically told.
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