MAKE YOUR HOME SMELL LIKE FALL


15 WAYS TO MAKE YOUR HOME SMELL LIKE FALL
by Donella Crigger
Fall is in the air already, and that means many of my favorite scents are, too. I love the smells of burning firewood from people’s fireplaces, warm cinnamon, apple and pumpkin in the oven and the cool, crisp breeze. To say I’m a fall fanatic is an understatement. So if you love the season as much as we do at One Crazy House, try one of these DIY fall scents (or recipes) to get your home smelling like autumn in a jiffy.
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20TH 2018, ONE DAY ONLY!!!!!

If you or someone you know has children under the age of 3 please call the Pregnancy Help Center of Lufkin to reserve your spot for Diaper Days of Fall.

Free diapers and other baby supplies will be available. Please share!!!
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Kicking Off Fall Planting, Wildlife

planting-web-e1472760532536By Cary Sims – General, Home & Garden

This weekend and in the weekends to come, more men will be outdoors preparing soil and planting small parcels of land deep in the woods. And they won’t be looking forward to a vegetable or grain harvest; they will be doing it for the sole purpose of enhancing the forage available for wildlife and drawing in a big buck

Labor Day weekend is the kick-off for many a deer lease to start their food plots. I just got word that my own hunting lease partners would be planting on Oct. 1. Indeed, these next few weeks are prime for getting cool season vegetation planted that will benefit wildlife in addition to a few hunters.

Whether you hunt or not, this late summer/early fall planting can do several things: attract wildlife, enrich your soil, and beautify your place. For deer, dove, quail and even waterfowl, you are providing a nutritious choice that will bridge the hard time between acorn drop and spring green-up. Go here to the rest of the article at Texas Forest Country Living