The one I am using now is 1 gallon. I would like it to be at least twice the size.
Similar to this: http://amzn.to/aLvP6B but with a larger base.
I have looked at Ikea, Pier One Imports, Fred Meyer, Pet Co, Wall-mart, Joannes, and Micheal's. I am ready to give up.
*EDIT: Keep the suggestions coming, but in the meantime I have moved him into a plain 10 gallon glass aquarium.
Surely out there, somewhere, there is a website that allows me to register a user account, then track packages from a variety of carriers with custom labels?
IE, I can enter 1Zblahblahblah (ups package) with a description of 'Tim's Nifty Stuff'.
And I can enter 023923239 (fedex package) with a description of 'Other Stuff'.
And then I can get a master view that shows me when everything is going to get here, with my descriptions attached.
Surely, there is a website that does this. Yes?
I am interested in using a volunteer to make various weighted blankets for some of the children I work with. I need to gather supplies, and I am perplexed about what to use as weights.
Websites have suggested that I use these gel-like pebbles. They are kind of spendy, though, so I'm wondering if anyone knows of or can brainstorm another option. They need to be small, obviously, but abnormally heavy. I was actually thinking getting larger weights that will fit in each blanket square and padding it with cotton or whatever it is you bad blankets with. But I'm no expert.
If tiny weights ARE an option, where can one obtain them in Portland?
Thanks ahead of time, guys. Suggestions will help kiddos with developmental disablities.
Something higher-waisted with a higher-cut leg would be preferable, and something cheap would be even better. I also need to have them in my hot little hands by Thursday morning, so I can complete my evil costuming plans for PAX.
Where in town can I find such a thing? I've already tried Spartacus; all they had were thongs and boyshorts.
I'm looking around for someone to do my hair and makeup for my wedding in October. Obv, just like anyone, I'd like a good job at a low price.
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But now I have to pick a "managed care plan." My choices are: Familycare Inc., Kaiser Permanente Oregon Plus, Providence Health Assurance, and CareOregon.
They're all required to pay for the same stuff, apparently. But...how the hell am I supposed to pick one? (Oh, and there are eight different dental plans.)
Anyone have experience with any of them? Know a good doctor that takes OHP? I suppose I could start going to the clinic where I used to work (Old Town Clinic), I know they're good at getting good care out of OHP, but....I got fired from there. Kinda embarrassing to go back as a patient.
When I worked for said clinic, I had Kaiser, and I really liked them, but I don't know how it works through OHP. They won't cover all the same stuff. I really liked the PCP I had back at Kaiser though. And their pharmacy system made it super easy to get refills of my ADHD medication.