Idiom of the Day
lay in (something) or lay (something) in
to store up a supply of something, to get and store something for future use
The farmer is trying to lay in as much food as possible before winter comes.
Baby Friendly Decorations Ideas
Bryants modest mid
I live in a 1955 Atomic ranch house, located beneath stately live oaks in balmy Baton Rouge, Louisiana. I bought this 1,160 square foot home just over two and a half years ago and was delighted to see that most of its original character had been left intact blonde brick, oak tile floors, wall of windows, sliding glass kitchen cabinets, phone recess, attic fan, car port, metal rimmed laminate counters, etc.