The new year is here. It is time to go back to work, take down the tree, and put away all the Christmas presents. Well…maybe not all of the Christmas presents. Did Aunt Frieda give you a pair of Uncle Freddie’s unused golf ball-shaped gold cufflinks? Did Cousin Sarah knit you a pair of socks better suited to a toddler than your grown-up-sized tootsies? Did you receive a gift card to a restaurant that’s closest location is 200 miles away? What do you do with all of these unusable or undesirable gifts? You don’t want to “look a gift horse the mouth,” but you certainly want to make the best of this sad situation. Here are some tips on how to deal with those gifts you’d rather not keep.
Another way to show your man that you care is by purchasing a ring that can become his signature ring. Be sure to find out his size by examining other rings he wears, or sizing his finger (you can do it while he is sleeping if you don’t want to ruin the surprise). Be sure to get a ring that fits his overall image and persona. If he is a subtle, quiet type – a large stone would not be appropriate. If he is very outgoing and active, then a larger or eye-catching design would fit well. Black or dark stones are worn most often by men, but red or garnet colors are gaining in popularity as well.
Blood red rubies are exquisite in a fine diamond jewelry collection. How appropriate to wear a ruby pendant in the shape of a heart! It can dangle on a Click here chain or look just as stunning with sterling silver.
Busby: After U-12 and U-13, the provincial association, the NTC, takes over. So we fill the pyramid for 11s and 12s and the state association takes over for 13-16 and then the 17s and 18s come back to us again.
Preservation of Wealth also has an auto ship called option ship, similar to Numis Network, however they market the MS69. These MS69’s are arguably graded by a better grading company than the one Numis Network uses, but again this can be considered a subjective statement. Since numismatic coins is truly a subjective undertaking, it is really up to the buyer to determine what a MS69 or for that matter an MS70 coin is worth. Preservation of Wealth charges around $50 dollars for their MS69 and in this writers opinion $50 dollars is a more affordable numismatic coin.
It is no wonder that Canada keeps sacred some homegrown sports in which they have more often than not dominated. Ice hockey is Canada’s game. Canadians hold firm the belief that its babies are born with skates. Ouch!
Busby: Right now we have a U-18 full-time program comprised mostly of grade 11 and 12 with the occasional grade 10. The program is fully-funded by the club, so they don’t pay any fees except for traveling to showcase tournaments. The four-five times a week that they train is all subsidized by the club.
If you like, you can top off your pine cone with some pretty holiday ribbon. If your ribbon is too thick to tie around the screw-eye hook, tie it on with thread or thin wire. Add an ornament hook or ribbon loop to hang it on your tree.