Carol Larsen
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The little things really add up. Admit it: there's a small part of you that relates to the ladies on Extreme Couponing.

Just came across this great DIY doggie toy tutorial from Irresistible Pets that uses recycled t-shirts and can't wait to try it. Here's to a green new year, Dogooders!

How To Make A Spinning Plastic Bottle Dog Treat Game http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/hyi5 Want something fun for your pets? Get some plastic bottles for this simple project that keeps them busy and entertained!

How To Make A Spinning Plastic Bottle Dog Treat Game theownerbuilderne. Get some plastic bottles for this simple project that keeps them busy and entertained! - My Doggy Is Delightful

Homemade toys? - German Shepherd Dog Forums

DIY Dog Toy: T-shirt twist with ball….try using a racket ball instead of tennis….

DIY Fleece Rope Dog Toy 2

DIY Fleece Rope Dog Toy Has dimensions I make these for my dogs out of the scraps of fleece and they love to play with them

Jackson's Corner in Reading, Berkshire during the 1910s.

Jackson's Corner in Reading, Berkshire during the

1910 - Jackson's Corner, King's Road, Reading. A busy street of horses, carts, shoppers and trams. Jackson's department store was founded by Edward Jackson in 1875 in a tiny shop at 6 High Street. With increasing trade he had to expand his premises and in 1885 the now famous Jackson’s Corner were acquired and enlarged and new branches periodically opened.

1910 - Jackson's Corner, King's Road, Reading. A busy street of horses, carts, shoppers and trams. Jackson's department store was founded by Edward Jackson in 1875 in a tiny shop at 6 High Street. With increasing trade he had to expand his premises and in 1885 the now famous Jackson’s Corner were acquired and enlarged and new branches periodically opened.

Advert for 'Jacksons Central Stores', 1901, A colour picture of Jacksons Corner and Duke Street in 1901. Notice the horse drawn carriages and tram lines.

Advert for 'Jacksons Central Stores', A colour picture of Jacksons Corner and Duke Street in Notice the horse drawn carriages and tram lines.

Jacksons Boot and Shoe Department, 1925, Purchased in 1877 as Edward Jackson's family home. It was rebuilt in 1902 as the Jacksons shoe department.

Jacksons Boot and Shoe Department, Purchased in 1877 as Edward Jackson's family home. It was rebuilt in 1902 as the Jacksons shoe department.

Women's Clothing at Jacksons, 1900-1910, Women's blouses, underskirts, coats and skirts at Jacksons, all of which were tailor-made

Women's Clothing at Jacksons, Women's blouses, underskirts, coats and skirts at Jacksons, all of which were tailor-made