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  April 2023  

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arbor day 811 April is National Safe Digging Month

Also in April is National Arbor Day. So if you're planning to plant a tree this month — or do any other project involving digging — call 811 in advance to have underground utility lines marked. The affected local utilities will send a locator to your property, free of charge. Then you'll know what's below and be able to dig safely.
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Learn About Lego Beach
When containers from a ship were knocked into the Atlantic Ocean, millions of plastic Lego pieces washed ashore.
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15 Most Beautiful Gardens
April is Lawn and Garden Month. If you're looking for design inspiration from the best of the best, check out this video.
Protect Your Pets and Your Fiber Internet

protect pets As a pet owner, you likely know that pets are experts at finding and chewing on things they should not. However, one risk is often overlooked: the dangers that household cables can present to animals. Chewing cables can send an electric shock through your pet, which can cause burns, shutdown of vital organs, and eventual death. Damaged cords can also be quite expensive to replace! This danger and expense applies to cables, cords and fiber both inside and outside the home. Animals and cables just don't mix. Consider these pet-proofing suggestions to help them safely coexist in your home:
  1. Block Access
    Any sturdy object in your home can act as a barrier between your pet and cords. Use bookcases, TV stands, cabinets, and dressers to keep your pet out of harm's way (and your cables safe!). Keep in mind that smaller pets can squeeze into small spaces which may make this method less effective. You can also run cords under rugs or floor mats.
  2. Lift Cords Out of Reach
    Getting cables/cords off the floor and attaching them to walls and furniture with adhesive-backed cord clips (or zip ties) covers all the bases, because pets can't hurt themselves with something they don't have access to!
  3. Run Cables through Walls
    Depending on your home's layout, construction materials and the location of your router, this may or may not be an option for you. However, if you have drywall,...
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What's the New Bing?  
What's the New Bing?
Microsoft says it's like having a research assistant, personal planner, and creative partner at your side.
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Try a World of Quizzes  
Try a World of Quizzes
Join the world's largest quiz community and answer questions about sports, geography, music, TV, and other topics.
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Check on Shelf Life  
Check on Shelf Life
Should I keep it or toss it? Is it still safe to eat? This site gives you the answers for thousands of foods and beverages.
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Cooking Demo 1 - Download Graphics to View  
3 Ways to Enjoy Pasta Dinners
Want to make a dinner that's fast? Healthy? Comforting? No matter what mood you're in, you'll find delicious ideas here.
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7 Scrumptious No-Bake Desserts
These desserts are so easy to make! Your choices include 3-Ingredient Chocolate Cake, Vanilla Mug Cake, and Bounty Bars.
This app lets you share your real-time location continuously with family and friends and locate them with just one touch.
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Staying hydrated has physical and emotional benefits. Your Hydration Coach helps you reach your water intake goals.
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Puzzle your way through hundreds of levels with devious picture clues giving you hints for the words you need to find.
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Crafty Demo 1 - Download Graphics to View  
6 Tie-Dye Projects
Give new life to old shirts and sheets using these techniques. Learn how to reverse
tie-dye, dip dye, shibori dye, and more.
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From Junk to Jewelry
This crafter makes upcycled jewelry from items including paper tubes, magazine pages, watch parts, and aluminum cans.
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