3 Reasons To Shop Small This Weekend

Sears Roebuck (Roebuck was from Lafayette) and Montgomery Ward’s brought up-to-the- minute items to the rural areas. They sold everything from socks to houses. They opened the gate for rural folks to be as fashionable as New York or Philadelphia folks. Several Sears homes remain throughout Lafayette. In fact, the farm house at Prophetstown SP is built on a Sears home plan.

Now, on the top of the box you will need to apply a frame of ribbon. You should cut two 3 inch pieces and 2 inch pieces. Cut each end in at a 90-degree angle. This will allow you to basically frame the top do your ornament. Use fabric glue to glue these pieces down to the top edges of the gift box.

There are Canopy beds, which have soft fabric flowing down. It ensures king size comfort while sleeping. You will also fitness evolution couches, which your pet can proudly call his own furniture. Another kind of bed for your small dog is throw beds that furnish your dog’s wish of sleeping near you. This way, you can simply shift his place of sleeping according to climate and his specific comfort.

Knowing how much time you have available leads on from our last email. Each mini project should be able to be scheduled so that you can comfortably fit your normal day to day working alongside your mini projects. If there are problems with fitting them together, you need to inform the top level plan (see Step two again). However, and this is another plus point of mini projects, they often tend to be easier to shoe horn into your working week.

Roll Up Clothes – You will fit a lot more clothes in the suitcases if you roll each article tightly. Why would you want to pack fabrics that wrinkle, anyway?

You receive personal service from the relationships you form with these retailers who really want to help you find that just-right gift for your special someone. I can remember shopping as a kid with my parents. We went to see Mr. Alford at Clarks Department Store when I outgrew my dress clothes. He was a friend of ours and the store was locally owned. Mr. Alford always seemed to know what I looked best in.

Since the 1970s small town storefronts have been boarding up their windows, but one of the last remnants of Main Street America, the thrift store, remains.