What does a closet of A Nashville Wife look like? Here ya go:
We’re coming up on spring, which is the beginning of the “moving season”. The time of year when lots of people are moving! (end of school year, lots of families move so the kids can be “the new kid” at the beginning of the school year, instead of in the middle!) Here are some GREAT moving tips that will help you a lot, me thinks! For instance, a toilet paper roll to help store necklaces so they don’t get tangled and place foam disposable plates in between your china plates for less chance of breakage ! Brilliant! here are more tips:
When you think of the “Snowden” do you immediately think “we’re being spied?” You might remember that Edward Snowden was the guy who spilled the beans about our government “allegedly” having the ability to spy on each and every one of us through our so-called “smartphones”. (Not so smart, are they now!?). Well, as usual, when the need arises, some one, some place, will try and make a profit from it! And according to this Reuters report, that’s exactly what one company is doing! According to the report: “Deutsche Telekom said it is also preparing to launch a smartphone app that encrypts voice and text messages, making it the first major network operator with a mass market-compatible product that will be rolled out to all its users. The Blackphone, which chose Switzerland as its home base because privacy there is a constitutional right, is the result of cooperation between U.S. security software company Silent Circle and Spanish handset maker GeeksPhone. The device will retail for $629 including a two-year subscription to the Silent Circle encryption service, which normally costs $120 a year, as well as a one-year subscription for three other parties.” How much is YOUR privacy worth? Would YOU pay that amount to be safe from our Government’s prying eyes and ears? Here’s a link to the complete story:
Which cars are most likely to last 200,000 miles? Here’s the list, in case you’d like to see if your car or truck is on the list!
You can’t kill them — no matter how hard you try.
American-made pickup trucks by Ford and Chevrolet were at the head of a list of 12 vehicles most likely to last for 200,000 miles, according to a report in USA Today.
ISeeCars.com searched for listings of vehicles with at least 200,000 miles on the odometer, analyzing 30 million listings over the three decades from 1981 to 2010, according to the report.
The Honda Accord, which was in a three-way tie for tenth place, was the only car on the list. The remainder were pickup trucks and SUVs, and General Motors accounted for seven of the dozen vehicles on the list.
Here are the top 12 vehicles, and the percentage showing at least 200,000 miles
1. Ford F-250 Super Duty, 4.3 percent
2. Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD, 3.6 percent
3. Chevrolet Suburban, 3.6 percent
4. Toyota 4Runner, 3.5 percent
5. Ford Expedition, 3 percent
6. GMC Sierra 2500HD, 2.7 percent
7. Chevrolet Tahoe, 2.1 percent
8. GMC Yukon XL, 1.9 percent
9. Toyota Sequoia. 1.7 percent
10. GMC Sierra 1500, 1.6 percent
10. GMC Yukon, 1.6 percent
10. Honda Accord, 1.6 percent
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