Love A Parade

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  Thanksgiving morning to many of us means the Macy’s Day Parade in New York City. It was first held in 1924 and was actually a Christmas Parade to open the Christmas season. Other than a 3-year period during WWII the parade has been a continuous part of a New York Thanksgiving So my spin… Read more »

Eco-Friendly and Beautiful in Your Home

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For building and design, if you think Indonesia, you thing teak. But nowadays a new ceiling, floor and wall tile is being imported from Indonesia into the U.S. that is not made from teak, but from coconuts. Their color patterns, texture and 3-dimensional look make them a beautiful treatment for your remodel. The coconut tiles… Read more »

Fun With Grownup Toys

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I’m sure we’re all familiar with Legos as children, and with our own children and grandchildren. Legos, a Danish company, has made their iconic plastic building blocks since 1949. Have you ever been to Legoland?Legoland California is their theme park and aquarium located in Carlsbad, California. There you can see a miniature downtown Manhattan, San… Read more »

The White House

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The Presidential election is just around the corner. One of the candidates will soon be taking up residence in the White House at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington D.C. It’s timely then to take a closer look at this well known building. The White House was originally designed by Irish-born James Hoban, who won an architectural competition to… Read more »