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Managing moisture in your home is key
As humans, we’re constantly creating humidity and moisture. Every time we cook, clean, bathe, or even breathe, we’re adding more moisture to our homes. If it was built properly — your home will have methods for dealing with that excess moisture before problems start to build up. But what happens if your home can’t get rid of the excess? You’ll start to see issues with mould and mildew growth around your home.
Bell wished well against 'ruffles of life's stream'
In our world of electronic and digital communications, one wonders what evidence of our day-to-day lives will exist for our descendants in the next century. Modern technology has given us the ability to be in almost constant touch with one another. But, will our emails and texts still exist a hundred years from now? For decades, letter writing was often an everyday occurrence for most people. Keeping in touch meant sitting down with pen and paper. Receiving a letter was often an exciting event, especially from someone miles away. And, for many, including Alexander Graham Bell and his family, these letters were something to be kept, not simply discarded once read. The Bells were profuse writers and as a result, their story can be told today through thousands of letters.