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Folding Table As Seen On Tv

folding table as seen on tv
    folding table
  • (Folding tables) A trestle table is an item of furniture comprising two or three trestle supports linked by a longitudinal cross-member over which a board or tabletop is placed.
  • A folding table is a table with legs that fold up against the table top. This is intended to make storage more convenient and to make the table more portable.
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  • "on Television" or "on TV", was a long running late-night television programme on ITV. The programme was a clips show that featured a number of unusual or, (often unintentionally), amusing television programmes and commercials from around the world.
  • ON-TV, also known as National Subscription Television, was a subscription television service launched in 1977 by Oak Industries, Norman Lear's Chartwell Enterprises and Jerry Perenchio. Oak was a manufacturer of satellite and pay-TV decoders and equipment.
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Kryssy - Six Months On
Kryssy - Six Months On
1) Pretty Kryssy. 2) Kryssy takes refuge from the gardening. 3) Chilling in the garden. 4) Kryssy sprints ahead of Gilmour. 5) Sighting bunnies! 6) Roachy girl! 7) Kryssy & Gilmour at a dog show. 8) Jodie and Kryssy soaking up the sun. 9) Hounds' first ice cream. 10) Wash and brush-up time. 11) A shady break from the sun. 12) The Terrible Twins hopeful for a table-top treat! 13) Kryssy in the garden. 14) Grooming and cuddles 15) "It's behind you!" 16) Kryssy cools off in the nice big hole she's just dug in the garden! Kryssy – Six Months On It’s six months today since Kryssy – Ourgirl Krystyna – left Elaine’s cosy kennel and moved it with Gilmour and Jodie. It was quite a long journey home and despite putting what was intended to be her bed in the car, she stood and whined and howled for the entire journey. When we got her home and opened up the car, she tried to bolt. I convinced myself that this was because she was disorientated and confused – she was with strange people in a strange place and, having only retired from racing six weeks earlier and already been homed and returned to kennels once, she had had her routine completely torn apart. She was strange inside the house – we’d decided to get a second hound because although Gilmour & Jodie got alone fine with each other, hounds seem to need one of their own kind for company, especially as they spend their working lives kennelled in pairs. But Kryssy, instead of settling in with Gilmour, was quite aloof. Although she had the run of the house just like the other dogs, she often preferred to go into another room and keep herself to herself. She adopted a place next to Robin’s chair in our office so we folded up an old sheepskin rug for her to use as a bed there. She seemed to like this and spends a lot of time on “the sheep”, although now quite often it’s shared with Gilmour. On her first night, we man-handled her up the stairs – Gilmour had howled in the middle of his first night when he woke up alone downstairs, so we wanted Kryssy to know where we were all sleeping. Although welcome in our room, she chose to sleep in the hall outside, but she did have a good night’s sleep. Gilmour learned the stairs after one day, Kryssy couldn’t do them on her own for three days, and this caused some separation issues. When we went out, Gilmour & Jodie went straight upstairs as they always do, and left poor Kryssy howling downstairs. In her reluctance to use the stairs, we tried to make “the sheep” her home and gave her used tee shirts to snuggle with, plugged in a DAP diffuser close by and left the radio on 24 hours a day. Once she learned the stairs, we were surprised to discover that sometimes she would be howling or whining in the middle of the night – it was like she had nightmares and woke herself up with anxiety, even if she was in the same room as the rest of us. I don’t know if dogs dream in the same way that we do and can have nightmares, but that certainly seemed to be what was going on. She has very active REM sleep and kicks so much that if you didn’t know her, you’d think she was fitting, so she’s definitely a dreamer. We tried her off the lead but found her too prey-keen and again, with a tendency to bolt. We had a real scare when she found a hole in a fence and ran straight through it – by the time we’d negotiated the fence, she was out of sight. It took an hour to find her, by which time she was panicking too. One day the next door neighbour popped around – holding back all three dogs, I said “you haven’t met Kryssy yet, have you?” “No”, was the slightly stern reply: “but we have heard her.” The implication being that she howled all the time we were out as she was always howling when the neighbour brought her children home from school. I cried – I thought we’d made an awful mistake – we’d got a howler and a whiner, a runaway, an aloof missy who didn’t want to join in with the rest of the family and seemingly suffered nightmares. Were we right for her? Should we send her back? Stop it! – I refused to think like that! We’d been spoiled by Gilmour settling in so well – but the more we read up on greyhounds, the more we realised how untypical he is. Poor Kryssy, passed from pillar to post – it would be wrong to give up on her so soon, and after other people had given up on her. We had to understand that it had been an exceptionally easy ride with Gilmour and we just had to give Kryssy a bit more time, be a bit more patient, and earn her trust and to be trusted. I wasn’t going to give up on her and let her down again, poor little mite. Realising she’ll never have the same off lead freedom as Gilmour, we tried to engage her in other ways. It turns out that she loves squeaky toys, so we got into the habit of playing with her in the garden. Once she’d learned to play with toys, she learned to play with Gilmour too and they love a good game of chase around the garden (and house!) She does get off lead runs sometimes, but onl
Life's a puzzle (6-1-9)
Life's a puzzle (6-1-9)
River Grau zips upstairs and knocks on the door as he tries to open the door. If unlocked he would open the door and step inside like the rude house guest he was. "Jaina? You here?" Jaina Lefevre hears the tap on the door and looks up from where she sits at the table, doing a puzzle. She grins as Nanny opens the door to River. "You came!" It was locked - always is locked. River Grau zips inside once the door is open enough to fit the boy. His backpack gets caught for a second before it opens wide enough for that to fit as well. He ignores the nanny. "Jaina! Is this your house? Is it your Mommy Debs or that Deets lady's?" Jaina Lefevre grins and looks up at Nanny. "That's Nanny. She watches me when Mama and Mommy is working. They both lives here sometimes, and then there's one on the dark place that we lives in too sometimes. Wanna do a puzzle? Nanny's making mac'ncheese." River Grau has seen Nanny before but not up close. The child simply blinks at her before moving to the table with Jaina. "I never done no puzzle before. How's yah do it. Mac'n cheese sounds yummy. My Momma lives in Levi.. it's gotta bigger name an' yah gotta take a ferry to get there an' wear a hat an hide my tail an' ears. But it's a nice place once I finally get there." He didn't go there much, nor has he seen his mother in a week. Jaina Lefevre shows him the pieces. "You takes the pieces of the picture and you puts them where they fits." It's a simple puzzle for a ten year old, a little complex for your average five year old...but Jai is about halfway done with it. "It's a picture of a whale in the ocean. See the box?" She points to the box leaning against the wall. "And Mac'ncheese is good. Mama Deets made it and Nanny heats it up." She looks at River and leans closer. "You okays, River?" River Grau shrugs at Jaina, "Why ain't I gonna be okay?" He looked at the puzzle and frowned slightly, having never done one before. Since the kid had never been to school and mostly fended for himself, he really hadn't encountered a puzzle before nor knew how to put it together well. "Yeah.. a whale. Yah think whales make sounds? Fish ain't ever really make sounds though 'cause they are stupid." Times like this were obvious that he lacked edcation. Jaina Lefevre takes a couple of pieces and shows him how it works. Education or not, River doesn't seem stupid, so he should be able to figure out an easy puzzle. Pieces are a like 3x the size of an easy adult one. She glances up when Nanny sets down the steaming bowls of mac'n cheese and two spoons and two cups of milk. She folds the cloth over to protect the puzzle and gets her own dinner, plopping down on the couch to text Nick and leave the kids alone. River Grau grabs a piece of the puzzle to try helping put it together before the food comes. "Oh, it's an easy little kid game. Ain't that hard." He seems disinterested now that he realizes it is so silly and useless. What is a game like that going to teach him? Grabbing a spoon, he starts to shovel the food in his mouth. Jaina Lefevre takes a bite or two and then focuses on eating for a few minutes. "There's more too if ya want it." she offers, mouth full as she talks, then she giggles, and takes a sip of milk to wash it down. "S'good, huh?" River Grau nodded, talking with his mouth full as he had no manners. "Uh-huh, real yummy. So you just play puzzles here? More fun bein' outside but I guess it's a nice place to sleep in." He swayed his legs back and forth under his chair. Jaina Lefevre shakes her head. "Nope. I does coloring and read and play video games and watch tv and all kinds of stuff." River Grau nods, "Oh, sounds like fun." He tried tot hink if his apartment had anything fun. He didn't have a TV, and four people lived under a one bedroom apartment. "Well.. uhh, my house gots lots'a couches an' I sleep on one. An' Chan gots a bed near the window." Jaina Lefevre finishes her bowl and drinks her milk, swinging her feet a bit. "I got a bed near a window too. And Mama and Mommy sleep on the couch. It pulls out to a bed. Nanny has her own 'partment near. River Grau smiles alittle as he doesn't feel as poor hearing that people here had to sleep on the couches too. "Well, now that I gotta Momma.. Maybe I can find a Daddy when my Momma is busy.. Dunno whoI can find though." He sips his milk. Jaina Lefevre thinks a moment, then grins. "I bet Mister Judge'd like to be a daddy person. He's really nice. He gives good hugs too." River Grau shrugged a little, "I dun know who that is an' I gotta see if my Momma's okay with me getting a dad."Although he's met Judge a few time, they never exchanged names as far as he remembered. Jaina Lefevre ohs. "He's really nice. And really tall. He's got a hat but he's not a soldier no

folding table as seen on tv
folding table as seen on tv
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