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1) They’re cheaper. True, when you first invest in a bow, it will seem like A LOT, but honestly, you don’t NEED to constantly buy ammo. You will usually get about five or six arrows when you start out. Then you will lose one missing your target ,or break one shooting at a steel deer showing off to your friends convincing them you can hit in that tiny hole where the heart is supposed to be. Then that leaves you with about four. Experimenting with other arrows (such as sizes and brands and all) is not suggested or safe. So...

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   1) CHICKEN WING DIP... If she makes good chicken wing dip WIFE HER UP. 2) She actually knows the rules of the game... you don't have to answer questions. 3) This is important... she knows that you "can't talk" because the game is on and wont get mad at you for it. She feels the same!4) If you root for the same team its a match made in heaven! 5) She will have your next beer ready before you even ask for one, and you will always bring her a beer when you're done! Couples who drink beer together, stay...

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Well, the leaves are changing and the air is getting cooler... this is my favorite time of the year! And it's also boyfriend season! So here are some super simple date night ideas to drop him some hints! Don't forget to share so he can see...1) Rake a pile of leaves & jump in them. You're taking care of your yard and having some quality time with the person you love.2) Go to the grocery store together & buy ingredients to create your own soup! Who doesn't love soup!! Also shows him you can cook, the way to a Man's heart...

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If you're sitting around on your day off and the house is clean... and you have nothing to do? Give these few country craft ideas a shot to bring more life to your home! How awesome is this! A sheep pumpkin, no carving is needed, so it's a great idea for you and the kids and I think they will love the sheep! To make these you need to find yourself a regular size pumpkin that's white or if you can't find one just paint one. Cut the stem from the top of the pumpkin and cut some faux sheep...

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I live a very blessed life on a small, yet functional ranch where my three children can explore and play in harvested bean fields and go horseback riding in the creek. My husband works as a full time mechanic and a part time rancher as we tend to our small but growing herd of cows. He was once a bullrider, turned bullfighter, and we spend our summer on the rodeo trail.  We have friends and family from all over and live peacefully in our little slice of country paradise. Angelic right?? Sounds like something plucked right out of a country...

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