am very amazed and pleased with the ease of installation on my new wall
my iPad. I was not expecting it to be so easy. Installing anything
has never been easy for me, so I always feel like I need the “For
Dummy” version of anything that requires tools. This
installation was just as simple as the following demonstration
installation video portrays it to be.
will need a pencil to mark one corner of the area on the wall you
want the bracket hung in. Use a laser level tool to make sure the
bracket will hang level. With the pencil, mark the holes on the wall
through the bracket. Use a drill to make pilot holes at the 4 marked
areas on the wall. Gently hammer the plastic pieces into the wall
where you have the holes. Place the bracket on the wall and, using
the screws provided, screw it into place. Tighten the screws using
the drill. Snap your iPad into place and place the top over the iPad
screen. This video shows you how simple the installation can be.
watched the video before I attempted the installation and wrote down
the tools that I would need to accomplish this. I already had a
hammer but needed to borrow the drill and the laser level from my
father. According to my dad, they should be in the tool box found in
every American home anyway. I will probably get a gift of a properly
outfitted tool box for my birthday this year from my parents. I was
amazed at how easy the iPad wall bracket was to install. I was also
very proud of myself and felt very accomplished when it was securely
affixed to the wall. I never would have believed I could accomplish
this. If I can do it, anyone can.
Choosing funeral urns can be a very emotionally trying task that must be done. There are several factors to consider when choosing a funeral urn as the final resting place for a loved one.
The death of a loved one is often very difficult to deal with. When someone passes away and has left instructions that they would like to be cremated it opens up another avenue of tasks. One of the most difficult tasks can be in choosing an urn. The urn is where the ashes from the deceased will be placed. At a funeral or service for the deceased you will often find an altar upon which the urn was placed in order for people to pay their final respects. There are urns of all shapes, sizes, and colors. There are many more choices in urns now as opposed to previous generations.
Some of the things to consider when choosing an urn is the cost. Many people believe that the more they spend on the urn, the higher quality it will be. That is not necessarily the case, though. Some companies simply charge higher prices because they know that a grieving person will not haggle over a price. If the deceased has left instructions that they wish their ashes to be spread out somewhere then you should take that into account when choosing the urn. It will only be a temporary home and there’s no reason to spend a lot of money on this. You can opt to purchase one of the less expensive urns since it won’t actually be the final resting place of your loved one. You can place this on your mantle as a reminder of your loved one.
Don’t allow yourself to be taken advantage of when you are grieving the death of a loved one. Make sure that you have your own will and instructions for when you pass away. Make it clear about your wishes and save your family and friends the added stress of figuring out what you would have wanted.
We all hate getting neckties and socks as gifts. There is really no better way to say ‘I don’t know you well’ than to give someone a gift certificate. So how do you show you really get someone? Is your friend a pet lover? Pet urns are a great way to commemorate a passing pet. It might seem awkward to give a gift that basically shouts: your pet just died! But from experience I know that friends really appreciate it when someone remembers their fallen four legged friend. Also, it might be worth thinking about giving this gift to someone who is constantly telling you about their pet’s surgeries and treatments. This is a sign their pet might be on its last leg, pun intended. Pet urns can be found here.
Basically this emphasizes the most fundamental facet of gift giving. Give a gift that shows that you really know your friend. If the gift is generic or has wide appeal you should find another gift. You want to buy something that says: I know you and I know you will love this.
When I go shopping, I have one question that circulates my brain. What do I want? Unfortunately, the answer to that question is of little help when searching for a gift for a friend or loved one. One of the most common mistakes of gift giving is to give a gift that you yourself would like to be given. Sometimes we get wrapped up in how much we would like to
have something that we forget that the recipient might be less than thrilled with the same thing.
The final factor to remember when considering which gift to give is what I call the ‘Gift Fad Principle’ (GFP). Overly faddish gifts are corny and basically useless. Practicality is something virtually everyone likes.