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    decorating
  • Make (something) look more attractive by adding ornament to it
  • (decorate) make more attractive by adding ornament, colour, etc.; "Decorate the room for the party"; "beautify yourself for the special day"
  • Confer an award or medal on (a member of the armed forces)
  • (decorate) deck: be beautiful to look at; "Flowers adorned the tables everywhere"
  • (decorate) award a mark of honor, such as a medal, to; "He was decorated for his services in the military"
  • Provide (a room or building) with a color scheme, paint, wallpaper, etc
    pictures
  • Form a mental image of
  • (pictural) pictorial: pertaining to or consisting of pictures; "pictorial perspective"; "pictorial records"
  • (picture) visualize: imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind; "I can't see him on horseback!"; "I can see what will happen"; "I can see a risk in this strategy"
  • Represent (someone or something) in a photograph or picture
  • Describe (someone or something) in a certain way
  • (picture) a visual representation (of an object or scene or person or abstraction) produced on a surface; "they showed us the pictures of their wedding"; "a movie is a series of images projected so rapidly that the eye integrates them"
    patio
  • Patio is the debut album by Gorky's Zygotic Mynci, it was originally released on 10" vinyl only in June 1992 on the Ankst label. It was re-issued on CD in June 1995 with nine extra tracks. It is made up of a mixture of live, studio and home recordings.
  • A patio (from the Spanish: patio meaning 'back garden' or 'backyard') is an outdoor space generally used for dining or recreation that adjoins a residence and is typically paved.
  • A roofless inner courtyard in a Spanish or Spanish-American house
  • usually paved outdoor area adjoining a residence
  • A paved outdoor area adjoining a house
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Patio Decorating Idea Book: Plan, Design & Build Great Patios
Patio Decorating Idea Book: Plan, Design & Build Great Patios
If you’re looking for some patio ideas… if you’re planning your patio addition right now, but you’d like some more ideas… or you’d love to have a new patio but you don’t know where to start… then this book was written just for you!

A patio can be the perfect outdoor living space!

Whether you want a patio to just hang out and relax… or be the neighborhood entertainer who throws the best get-togethers… a patio is the right space for you.

Coming up with a patio idea that works for you is not complicated once you know a few basics. For instance, there’s a certain type of patio that you can build yourself and you don’t even have to know how to lay bricks, use concrete, or anything like that -- it’s almost completely “plug and play” (and you can get this type of patio from almost any home improvement store).

Some of the reasons patios are easy are:

- There are TONS of designs already around that other people have built…

- In most cases, it’s not as expensive as a deck, porch, sunroom or addition to build…

- Most “starter kits” for patio building are set up with “do-it-yourself” people in mind…

- You can start with a simple patio idea… and you can always expand upon it later if you need to…

- If you have a good idea and design, it’s easy to find talented contractors who can build the patio of your dreams for you (and it’s not all that expensive!) …

….And you don't need to know a lot of technical “builder” stuff…That's the big secret.

There are only a few key tricks and pieces of information that can help make this whole patio thing TEN TIMES easier once you know them.

This guide gives you everything you need to know about patios. Here's just some of what's inside:

- How to choose the best patio design that fulfils your needs… increases your living space… and beautifies your home

- The five most common types of patio furniture and how to determine which ones you’ll need for your particular patio space (plus, the 4 most materials you can choose to have your furniture made from and the pros and cons of each!)

- What you should know about exotic patio furniture made from Teak, Cedar, Bamboo, Eucalyptus, and Chinese Oak before you decide to use it… if… you want to save money, time and expense

- The top five tips for buying patio furniture in a store and online (plus, five “no-fail” ways to get a great deal every time!)

- Five “must-follow” rules for decorating your outdoor patio space… and… how to do it all on a shoe-string budget

- 10 ways to change the look and feel of your patio for under $100

- How to turn your patio space into a romantic retreat for you and your partner in just five simple steps

- How to “kid proof” your patio, patio furniture, and decorations so you have a family friendly space everyone can enjoy without worry

- How to transform your patio into a tropical paradise guaranteed to relax, rejuvenate and ease your mind

- Love Grilling? Here’s how to turn your patio space into the ultimate summer barbeque spot

- Plus much, MUCH MORE!

That just scratches the surface of what’s in this book. You’ll discover even more useful information like how to make patio lights… turning your patio into a home office… getting rid of bugs and pests… the best patio accessories and so much more today.

If you’re looking for some patio ideas… if you’re planning your patio addition right now, but you’d like some more ideas… or you’d love to have a new patio but you don’t know where to start… then this book was written just for you!

A patio can be the perfect outdoor living space!

Whether you want a patio to just hang out and relax… or be the neighborhood entertainer who throws the best get-togethers… a patio is the right space for you.

Coming up with a patio idea that works for you is not complicated once you know a few basics. For instance, there’s a certain type of patio that you can build yourself and you don’t even have to know how to lay bricks, use concrete, or anything like that -- it’s almost completely “plug and play” (and you can get this type of patio from almost any home improvement store).

Some of the reasons patios are easy are:

- There are TONS of designs already around that other people have built…

- In most cases, it’s not as expensive as a deck, porch, sunroom or addition to build…

- Most “starter kits” for patio building are set up with “do-it-yourself” people in mind…

- You can start with a simple patio idea… and you can always expand upon it later if you need to…

- If you have a good idea and design, it’s easy to find talented contractors who can build the patio of your dreams for you (and it’s not all that expensive!) …

….And you don't need to know a lot of technical “builder” stuff…That's the big secret.

There are only a few key tricks and pieces of information that can help make this whole patio thing TEN TIMES easier once you know them.

This guide gives you everything you need to know about patios. Here's just some of what's inside:

- How to choose the best patio design that fulfils your needs… increases your living space… and beautifies your home

- The five most common types of patio furniture and how to determine which ones you’ll need for your particular patio space (plus, the 4 most materials you can choose to have your furniture made from and the pros and cons of each!)

- What you should know about exotic patio furniture made from Teak, Cedar, Bamboo, Eucalyptus, and Chinese Oak before you decide to use it… if… you want to save money, time and expense

- The top five tips for buying patio furniture in a store and online (plus, five “no-fail” ways to get a great deal every time!)

- Five “must-follow” rules for decorating your outdoor patio space… and… how to do it all on a shoe-string budget

- 10 ways to change the look and feel of your patio for under $100

- How to turn your patio space into a romantic retreat for you and your partner in just five simple steps

- How to “kid proof” your patio, patio furniture, and decorations so you have a family friendly space everyone can enjoy without worry

- How to transform your patio into a tropical paradise guaranteed to relax, rejuvenate and ease your mind

- Love Grilling? Here’s how to turn your patio space into the ultimate summer barbeque spot

- Plus much, MUCH MORE!

That just scratches the surface of what’s in this book. You’ll discover even more useful information like how to make patio lights… turning your patio into a home office… getting rid of bugs and pests… the best patio accessories and so much more today.

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Here's to the Years -- Poster
Here's to the Years -- Poster
I'm in love with it, period. This is a picture I took of my grandma. For those of you who don't know what's going on, she's celebrating. Next month, on October 20, she will be 90 years old. This is quite a feat for her. A few years ago she broke her hip and the survival rate for people over 70 who break a hip is about 50%. Not only did she beat that statistic, but she overcame all odds and exceeded doctors' expectations for how well she would be doing at this point. My grandma is a driving force in my life and I am a better person for knowing her. I know the following passage gets lengthy but it's a speech I wrote about a person I admire and, of course, it's about my grandmother. I invite you to read it if you have time and get a better glimpse of this amazing woman that I love. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- “There’s the wind-up, and the pitch. It’s a hit! It’s going back...back. It’s outta here, Folks!” Don’t be deceived, this is no ordinary baseball game. The stadium is my backyard, I’m the pitcher. The announcer is my little brother. And the batter, you ask? The batter is none other than my then 83-year-old grandmother. My grandma was always the cool grandma. She has been a driving force in my life and my words could never explain my love and gratitude for her. However, I will attempt to give you a glimpse of an amazing woman who is not only a baseball player, but also a caretaker, storyteller, chef, teacher, and all around trouble-maker. I am here to give you a glimpse at the woman I call “Grandmommy”. My mom worked when I was little so she left me with my grandma. This was convenient for everyone since my grandma lived in the finished lower level of our split level ranch. I’d always get so excited to hear her footsteps coming up the stairs, knowing that soon she’d be in to wake me up for a breakfast of pancakes or waffles. She’d make them just the way I liked with butter and extra syrup. She would then serve them to me in the living room while I watched Sesame Street. My mornings were always an enjoyable experience. After breakfast, my grandma became my teacher and storyteller. She would read to me for hours, thus instilling in me my passion for reading. She read everything to me from and the comics in the newspaper to children's books. She still fuels my love of reading today by sending newspaper articles and her old books my way. Unfortunately, with age her sight is not as good as it used to be and she has difficulty reading. We loved to watch TV together. We would watch Lamb Chop together in the mornings and even on my mom’s days off I’d go down to watch it with my grandma. Despite our avid Lamb Chop watching, our favorite thing to watch was ice skating. During commercials I would mimic the moves I saw the skaters doing. No matter how poorly executed those moves were, (and believe me, they were poorly executed) my grandma would clap and cheer and urge me to go on. On occasion she’d get up and jump around with me which I always thought was cool. She loved to decorate for every holiday, even the offbeat ones like Columbus Day and President’s Day. She’d dress up for Halloween every year, even if there was no one to see her costume but the family. She turned her space into a Halloween haven and called it her “Spook House.” The Christmas tree always went up the day after Thanksgiving and was always decorated within the week. She played a game with me at Christmas time, telling me that one of Santa’s elves talked to her at night. I’d write letters to him and magically the next day, he’d written me back and left me a toy. I never caught on that the elf’s handwriting somehow looked exactly like my grandmother’s or that she was the only one who ever saw him. One of my favorite memories of my grandmother are the summers we spent out on her patio. Often, we’d sit and listen to the baseball game (she was an avid baseball lover) and sip peach soda in the sun. When we weren’t doing that, I’d listen to her tell me stories of her days as a child when they didn’t have TV. I was fascinated by that fact and she’d tell me the story over and over again. Sometimes, I’d play bug catcher and save my grandmother from the pesky bugs on the patio. She’d reward me with a big hug and a cookie. Those were the days. A few years ago my grandma broke her hip. Now, many people chalk that up to old age. However, this is not the case. My grandma broke her hip because she lost her footing in her high heels. Yes, you heard me correctly, her high heels. She never went anywhere without her heels, even at 85. After she broke her hip, the doctor told her she could never wear them again. He also told her that she would have to use a walker or a four-pronged cane for the rest of her life. That didn’t go over too well with Grandma and she told the doctor exactly where he could take his advice. She
Here's to the Years -- Sketch
Here's to the Years -- Sketch
I'm in love with it, period. This is a picture I took of my grandma and then edited on dumpr.net with the sketch tool. For those of you who don't know what's going on, she's celebrating. Next month, on October 20, she will be 90 years old. This is quite a feat for her. A few years ago she broke her hip and the survival rate for people over 70 who break a hip is about 50%. Not only did she beat that statistic, but she overcame all odds and exceeded doctors' expectations for how well she would be doing at this point. My grandma is a driving force in my life and I am a better person for knowing her. I know the following passage gets lengthy but it's a speech I wrote about a person I admire and, of course, it's about my grandmother. I invite you to read it if you have time and get a better glimpse of this amazing woman that I love. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- “There’s the wind-up, and the pitch. It’s a hit! It’s going back...back. It’s outta here, Folks!” Don’t be deceived, this is no ordinary baseball game. The stadium is my backyard, I’m the pitcher. The announcer is my little brother. And the batter, you ask? The batter is none other than my then 83-year-old grandmother. My grandma was always the cool grandma. She has been a driving force in my life and my words could never explain my love and gratitude for her. However, I will attempt to give you a glimpse of an amazing woman who is not only a baseball player, but also a caretaker, storyteller, chef, teacher, and all around trouble-maker. I am here to give you a glimpse at the woman I call “Grandmommy”. My mom worked when I was little so she left me with my grandma. This was convenient for everyone since my grandma lived in the finished lower level of our split level ranch. I’d always get so excited to hear her footsteps coming up the stairs, knowing that soon she’d be in to wake me up for a breakfast of pancakes or waffles. She’d make them just the way I liked with butter and extra syrup. She would then serve them to me in the living room while I watched Sesame Street. My mornings were always an enjoyable experience. After breakfast, my grandma became my teacher and storyteller. She would read to me for hours, thus instilling in me my passion for reading. She read everything to me from and the comics in the newspaper to children's books. She still fuels my love of reading today by sending newspaper articles and her old books my way. Unfortunately, with age her sight is not as good as it used to be and she has difficulty reading. We loved to watch TV together. We would watch Lamb Chop together in the mornings and even on my mom’s days off I’d go down to watch it with my grandma. Despite our avid Lamb Chop watching, our favorite thing to watch was ice skating. During commercials I would mimic the moves I saw the skaters doing. No matter how poorly executed those moves were, (and believe me, they were poorly executed) my grandma would clap and cheer and urge me to go on. On occasion she’d get up and jump around with me which I always thought was cool. She loved to decorate for every holiday, even the offbeat ones like Columbus Day and President’s Day. She’d dress up for Halloween every year, even if there was no one to see her costume but the family. She turned her space into a Halloween haven and called it her “Spook House.” The Christmas tree always went up the day after Thanksgiving and was always decorated within the week. She played a game with me at Christmas time, telling me that one of Santa’s elves talked to her at night. I’d write letters to him and magically the next day, he’d written me back and left me a toy. I never caught on that the elf’s handwriting somehow looked exactly like my grandmother’s or that she was the only one who ever saw him. One of my favorite memories of my grandmother are the summers we spent out on her patio. Often, we’d sit and listen to the baseball game (she was an avid baseball lover) and sip peach soda in the sun. When we weren’t doing that, I’d listen to her tell me stories of her days as a child when they didn’t have TV. I was fascinated by that fact and she’d tell me the story over and over again. Sometimes, I’d play bug catcher and save my grandmother from the pesky bugs on the patio. She’d reward me with a big hug and a cookie. Those were the days. A few years ago my grandma broke her hip. Now, many people chalk that up to old age. However, this is not the case. My grandma broke her hip because she lost her footing in her high heels. Yes, you heard me correctly, her high heels. She never went anywhere without her heels, even at 85. After she broke her hip, the doctor told her she could never wear them again. He also told her that she would have to use a walker or a four-pronged cane for the rest of her life. That didn’t go over too well with Grandma and she told the d

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patio decorating pictures
Deck and Patio Design Guide (Better Homes & Gardens Decorating)
Filled with inspiring ideas and dependable planning advice, this resourceful book takes readers through the process of choosing the right kind of outdoor space, creating a smart design, and selecting the best materials for the location and budget. Clear, detailed illustrations and photos visually instruct readers on how designs work to meet the requirements of different settings. Step-by-step overviews of constructing decks and patios ensures complete understanding of what is involved in the building process. Discussions of the pros and cons of a wide range of material choices help homeowners shop for supplies or work with contractors on selections. Expert design ideas for furnishings, lighting, cooking spaces, and more enhance any outdoor living area.

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