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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Daniel J. Goevert 
 
 Article Title :: Grandma's Mercury Dimes
 
One vivid memory of my very early childhood back in the 1960's was of driving to church on Sunday mornings with my family. Since my grandparents lived close to us, Dad would always swing by and pick them up, and we'd all carpool together. It was the job of "Little Danny" (as I was affectionately nicknamed back then) to sit in the backseat, wedged snugly between Grandpa and Grandma. As if some sort of ritual, every Sunday Grandma would fish though her purse to find goodies for me and my older brother. Grandma almost always carried Wrigley's chewing gum, though once in a while we had to settle for a cherry-flavored cough drop. For a bonus treat, Grandma gave each grandson a coin to go in the  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Jay Moncliff 
 
 Article Title :: Las Vegas Casino Speak: How to Talk the Talk
 
If you're visiting a Las Vegas casino, you may wonder what kind of language they're speaking. There is a lot of Vegas lingo, and learning a few of the more popular terms and what they mean can make you look like an old hand in the casino. Some of the terms are colorful and will really make you look cool. Vegas veterans call dice "bones". Want to look cool? Roll the bones at a craps table. Another cool Vegas term is "bill". Be careful, this is a $100 bill, not just a dollar. You may be interested in playing a "progressive" game. This is a game where the jackpot keeps growing until someone wins. Each play makes the jackpot grow until some lucky person wins the entire "pot" or amount of mon  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Connie Limon 
 
 Article Title :: Shih Tzu - Housebreaking Techniques II
 
Doggie Doors are very convenient for older dogs. Young puppies still need to be housebroken before turning them loose to a doggie door. Your doggie door should connect to a fenced-in backyard or a small fenced-in area especially for this purpose. Be careful of doggie doors with solid, slide-in fixtures. Ifyou let your dog out another way and he attempts to return through the doggie door that has been closed with a solid fixture, it is possible he could injure himself very badly, even break his neck with a quick jump back into a doggie door that has been closed off. Also be aware that doggie doors provide an entrance for burglars. Some very small female shih tzu can be trained to go in a   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Connie Limon 
 
 Article Title :: Shih Tzu - Housebreaking Techniques
 
Paper training a puppy is an excellent method of housebreaking especially for owners who cannot be home enough to get a puppy outside as frequently as needed. Puppies need to urinate more often than older dogs. How to paper train: Leave her in her space with baby gates and cover the entire floor with newspaper. After she is use to going on the paper, gradually reduce the area covered by the paper. She will probably find a specific area on the newspaper she will use consistently. Encourage her to go in one place. Leave a piece of newspaper with a urine stain on it, and if you can stand it, with a little smear of poop to mark the spot you want her to keep going at. Cover the dirty pieces of   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Connie Limon 
 
 Article Title :: Shih Tzu - Whelping
 
The average gestation period for a shih tzu is 58 to 65 days following conception. With a first pregnancy your shih tzu may not show signs until late in term. Just before her due date the abdominal muscles may suddenly appear to distend suddenly. Some shih tzu may produce colostrum and milk. She may suffer a loss of appetite or if just eaten, they may suddenly throw it back up. She may show extreme fatique, and have very deep periods of sleep. These are all signs that whelping is nigh. If it takes an hour or longer between puppies once whelping begins she "might" be suffering from inertia. However, all matrons are different. I have puppies to have as long as 4 hours apart and nothing be wr  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Ralph Serpe 
 
 Article Title :: Oil Painting Lessons - Tips on Color mixing and theory
 
When I first began painting some 10 years ago, I recall how intimidating it all seemed. With all of the various colors, mediums, brushes and other tools available, it was enough to make my head spin. While learning about the various brushes and mediums was a bit confusing, the biggest challenge for me was how to accurately depict nature and other real life objects on canvas using color. How do I make a color lighter or darker? What about making realistic shadows or highlights? This article will shed some colorful light on the situation, and with practice, working with color in your oil paintings will become easier and more enjoyable. Thank God for the beautiful Sun, for without it, we   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Connie Limon 
 
 Article Title :: Shih Tzu Breeding Equipment
 
The main thing is to be prepared! Have all your supplies ready before the big day arrives, preferably no less than one week prior to the due date. Formerly dogs whelped just wherever, in the barn, under the porch. Today's breeder, however, has a real vested interest in their pregnant shih tzu, one of time, money, energy and emotional investment. Breeding shih tzu is a big, big job and full of labor. If you are passionate about breeding shih tzu, however, it all boils down to labors of love! Care involves meeting nutritional and emotional support and detailed attention to the environment you provide during whelping and later. Not only is the whelping place of utmost importance to the physic  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Connie Limon 
 
 Article Title :: Shih Tzu - Exercise For Your Pregnant Shih Tzu
 
You, the breeder, is also an obstetrician at the time your shih tzu is pregnant. To help her pregnancy and delivery you need to keep her in peak condition physically and emotionally. If she is not use to much exercise at all, you definitely need to tone her up during her pregnancy. Even a mild exercise routine will improve the health of your pregnant shih tzu. Beginning and maintaining a regular exercise routine is not hard or expensive. The ideal time, however, is before your shih tzu becomes pregnant. A mild program of exercise may be safely continued to the seventh week of pregnancy. The best exercise is simply daily walks. And remember moderation is the best approach. Small dogs, like   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Connie Limon 
 
 Article Title :: Shih Tzu - Housebreaking
 
Here is another article on Housebreaking. Housebreaking does not have to be dreaded or difficult. Establish a routine that accommodates both you and your puppy's needs and your daily schedule. It takes practice, knowledge and repetition on your part. Remember when you are trying to housebreak a new puppy, even those that usually use the backyard sometimes go in the house. The trick is to never give the puppy the opportunity to go in the house. Set aside several days to housebreaking and reinforce what she learns. Warning: It may take weeks, even months or up to a year sometimes to completely housebreak a new puppy. Just be consistent, patient and use the same set of instructions for the pu  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Debra Fernandez 
 
 Article Title :: You can make money from embroidery
 
Who wouldn't want to be able to make money from doing something they love, like a bobby or a craft? The truth is that many people have taken their passion and turned it into profit. No matter whether it is wood crafts, painting or ceramics, arts and crafts are extremely popular, and you can make money from them if you produce high-quality and unique pieces of work. Take embroidery for instance. This artful sewing has been around for as long as man has been able to ply a needle and thread. Identified by intricate and patterned stitching, embroidery is experiencing newfound popularity in our day and age. The most common form of embroidery is the embellishment of linens including draperies  (read full article)
 
 
 
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