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Posts Tagged ‘ Apartments in Saginaw ’

How Well Do You Prepare for the Week?

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October 28, 2011
How Well Do You Prepare for the Week?

We plan our lives. We plan when we have no certainty that our plans will succeed. The big picture of our lives is really a culminating event of the smaller decisions we make day-to-day. Someone gave me the advice that I should take a few minutes out of my Sunday to literally plan out...
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How much do you know about Tea?

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June 3, 2011
How much do you know about Tea?

Are you a Tea drinker? You may want to consider becoming one based on all of the health benefits it could provide, as you may already know tea proclaims to promote a healthier body and lifestyle. So what gives it all this power to do so? The secret lies within the Camellia Sinensis Plant....
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Advent Gifts

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December 14, 2010

Unbeknownst to her, my neighbor has given me an early Christmas present.  Several weeks ago, she wrapped the tree adjacent to her patio in strands of white lights, punctuated by colorful oversized Christmas ornaments.  The effect is magical.  Even better, the tree just happens to be directly under my bedroom window, so I can...
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Day Tripping in Hamtramck

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December 14, 2010

My sister, my mother, my aunt and I spent a recent Tuesday in Hamtramck.  My aunt was in town from Indiana and craving some good ethnic food and atmosphere. Indiana evidently offers little in the way of both. She is hard pressed, she says, to find even a good Coney dog or Greek salad,...
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Will DVDs become a thing of the past?

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December 7, 2010

It used to be the natural way… Go to the nearest video store, load up enough videos to watch for the weekend and take them back before the Sunday night deadline. That seems like dinosaur years ago. Now there are dedicated web sites that stream old movies, recently released movies, old and new television...
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Are You Living a Premature Death?

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October 6, 2010

The notion of dying or when we will die is not a thought we wish to think about and certainly not languish in. Normally, we think about how much life we have ahead of us, of loved ones that we always wish to be with, and we contemplate on the things in our life...
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Plymouth’s Old Village hosts Barktoberfest Oct. 2

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September 29, 2010
Plymouth’s Old Village hosts Barktoberfest Oct. 2

This time of year our thoughts turn to Oktoberfest celebrations where we raise a pint and dive into German-inspired delicacies. But in Plymouth’s Old Village neighborhood, it’s all gone to the dogs. For the first time, the quaint area will play host to Barktoberfest, a charitable event for dog owners and their furry companions....
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Farmington’s Harvest Moon Celebration extends through the weekend

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September 24, 2010
Farmington’s Harvest Moon Celebration extends through the weekend

Downtown Farmington celebrates the Harvest Moon with a full weekend of events. It all began last night with a wine and beer tasting but the revelry continues tonight with the Harvest Moon Dance from 5-11 p.m. at Sundquist Pavilion in Riley Park and extends through Saturday. Stop by for live music by Bob Monteleone, performing...
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Plymouth’s Penn Theatre hosts Shocktober series of classic flicks

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September 22, 2010
Plymouth’s Penn Theatre hosts Shocktober series of classic flicks

Every year around this time I have a little fall tradition of my own. As soon as the leaves start to fall from the trees and there’s a chill in the air, I like to curl up on the couch and invite friends over for a scary movie fest of my own. Break out...
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Plymouth is about to welcome a Cupcake Station

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September 17, 2010
Plymouth is about to welcome a Cupcake Station

Get ready downtown Plymouth residents. Pure decadence is on it’s way. It takes the form of a tiny, perfect cake. The Cupcake Station, which originated in Birmingham and has expanded to Ann Arbor, will open at 318 S. Main Street on Sept. 21. These little cakes come cute, compact and completely crafted from scratch....
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