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    groceries
  • To dream of general groceries, if they are fresh and clean, is a sign of ease and comfort.

  • A grocer's store or business

  • (grocery) (usually plural) consumer goods sold by a grocer

  • Items of food sold in such a store

  • grocery store: a marketplace where groceries are sold; "the grocery store included a meat market"





    furniture
  • Furniture is the mass noun for the movable objects ('mobile' in Latin languages) intended to support various human activities such as seating and sleeping in beds, to hold objects at a convenient height for work using horizontal surfaces above the ground, or to store things.

  • Small accessories or fittings for a particular use or piece of equipment

  • furnishings that make a room or other area ready for occupancy; "they had too much furniture for the small apartment"; "there was only one piece of furniture in the room"

  • A person's habitual attitude, outlook, and way of thinking

  • Large movable equipment, such as tables and chairs, used to make a house, office, or other space suitable for living or working

  • Furniture + 2 is the most recent EP released by American post-hardcore band Fugazi. It was recorded in January and February 2001, the same time that the band was recording their last album, The Argument, and released in October 2001 on 7" and on CD.





    free
  • With the sheets eased

  • grant freedom to; free from confinement

  • able to act at will; not hampered; not under compulsion or restraint; "free enterprise"; "a free port"; "a free country"; "I have an hour free"; "free will"; "free of racism"; "feel free to stay as long as you wish"; "a free choice"

  • loose: without restraint; "cows in India are running loose"

  • Without cost or payment











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Reprint Free groceries for poor Jews, N.Y. City 1908


Reprint Free groceries for poor Jews, N.Y. City 1908



Printed on Canvas at 4 x 6 inch and shipped mounted in 5 x 7 inch black mat, ready to frame (includes heavy backer). The George Grantham Bain Collection represents the photographic files of one of America's earliest news picture agencies. The collection richly documents sports events, theater, celebrities, crime, strikes, disasters, political activities including the woman suffrage campaign, conventions and public celebrations. The photographs Bain produced and gathered for distribution through his news service were worldwide in their coverage, but there was a special emphasis on life in New York City. The bulk of the collection dates from the 1900s to the mid-1920s, but scattered images can be found as early as the 1860s and as late as the 1930s. Reprint Free groceries for poor Jews, N.Y. City 1908.










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Love B&W




Love B&W





Susan (Tiger Lair) started the group, "Tigger The Gatekeeper's Garden Clubhouse" several years ago after "meeting" this gorgeous, orange tabby when he lived at Sugar Mill Gardens, and was for all intents and purposes, the unofficial mascot. It was through her that I learned of Tigger, and on January 1, 2008, went to the gardens for the first time to meet him for myself. I knew that Susan would be out of town that day, and the temps were dropping down to 26 degrees that night, which is very unusual for our area. With no one to check on Tigger, and since I'd already become a member of his group, I decided to run by and see if he had anyplace to go where he could stay warm, not knowing if he'd ever been outside in weather that cold or not before.

when I got there, the temp was already about 40 degrees, and when I found Tig, he was lying on top of the old ruins, trying to sun himself to stay warm, but already shivering. I'd brought a big, pink blanket with me for him, so I tossed it over the chain link fence, on top of the ruin's wall, so he could get on it. He looked at me suspiciously, so I walked away, taking pics as I went, and noticing that the bushes were covered to keep them from freezing, but Tigger seemed to have no bedding or building to go in to keep warm. When I returned from my walk, I found Tigger on top of the blanket, looking very happy! I knew Susan would bring him treats, which I did, too, so I asked him if he wanted them, and he came over the fence to eat them.

The rest is history. From that moment on, I fell in love with Tigger! I went to the gardens at least twice a week, and as time went on, every day. It became obvious to me that he was an older cat, and the outdoor life was no longer agreeing with him. I already had two cats, so I didn't plan on taking Tigger in, but that's how things ended up.

In August of 2008, a major tropical storm was headed our way. Knowing that Tigger had no shelter that would really protect him from that kind of weather, and that there would be no way to get to him were the storm to intensify, at the last minute, I grabbed my cat carrier, and got there just as they were lockiing the gates to leave him there during the storm, with a bowl of food and a prayer. I grabbed him and brought him home, where he promptly let it be known that he loved my bed, and I wasn't allowed to move or disturb him or I'd get a "gentle" but not so subtle claw touching my leg to warn me not to move! He has slept with me ever since, and though he sometimes stares longingly out the windows of my house, and has gotten out twice, (only for a couple of minutes,) he seems very happy and content not to deal with mosquitos, fleas, ticks, or raccoons, not to mention rain and foul weather.

Today, Susan came, as she does about every month or so, and brought not just Tigger, but ALL my kitties, food, tuna, and litter, because she knows I can't afford to care for them right now. Two years ago, I lost my job of 16 years, and right after that, my mother died. After 14 months of unemployment, I finally landed a part time job at a used furniture store. I do odd jobs as I can, but can only count on about $600 a month coming in. I don't have a budget that allows me to buy groceries for myself, let alone the cats, and I've gone into debt, and gone without food for up to a week to feed them. So Susan, seeing that need, has continued to help us regularly, sometimes even giving me a gift card so that I can eat, too! Mostly, I live on bread that I get free from my church. Whenever she comes, it is such a blessing, and I am blown away by her love and devotion to me and my pets.

Here's the thing that makes it even more amazing. Susan is allergic to cats! Whenever this poor woman visits, she ends up with her eyes itching, and sealing shut, and sometimes even breaks out in hives! Still, she loves Tigger, Squeegee, and Barrymore, (and I think also her friend- ME!) so much that she comes anyway, and here you can see that she's loved in return. My cats know her by name now, and when I tell them she's coming, they get all excited, and even start feuding to gain position, to see who gets to be near her, and pet first! Today, Barrymore, and Tigger sparred, and Barrymore claimed the ottoman so Susan would pet him. This is pretty neat, because he usually keeps his distance from people. He let her pet him for quite a while, and Tigger was furious, and very jealous and quite vocal about the whole thing! So Susan had to move across the room, where Tigger could have her all to himself! Here you can see how happy and contented he was to have his other Mom petting him.

To learn more about Tigger and his illustrious past, which really is quite interesting, visit my set, "All for Tigger". There you will see my first photos of him on his pink blanket, and see him in Sugar Mill Gardens. You can also see his pics from when he first came to my home, and how comfy he was from the get-











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We got very lucky this afternoon. John and I went to take out the trash and he was going to walk with me to work, and we noticed that there was a free seat and love seat couch sitting there next to the dumpster. We've been trying to look for free futons and couches on craigslist, but we don't have the right vehicle. We decided to take the love seat. It's a small couch, and it fits really well. It looks totally fine and a nice color. How could we not take it?! Now we have another very useful (and free) piece of furniture in our home.

So what I've been doing at work lately is being the "ambassador." All I do is walk around the store for 5 hours and ask people if they need help. It is so so so boring, and a total waste of my time, but at least I'm getting paid to basically do nothing. At least it gives me the chance to do my grocery shopping, since all I do is wander around and look at things on the shelf.









free groceries with furniture








free groceries with furniture




Photo Free groceries for poor Jews, N.Y. City 1908






The George Grantham Bain Collection represents the photographic files of one of America's earliest news picture agencies. The collection richly documents sports events, theater, celebrities, crime, strikes, disasters, political activities including the woman suffrage campaign, conventions and public celebrations. The photographs Bain produced and gathered for distribution through his news service were worldwide in their coverage, but there was a special emphasis on life in New York City. The bulk of the collection dates from the 1900s to the mid-1920s, but scattered images can be found as early as the 1860s and as late as the 1930s. Photo Free groceries for poor Jews, N.Y. City 1908. Reprint is 20 in. x 16 in. on archival quality photo paper.










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