It's Watermelon Time!
For old timers (and not-so-old timers!) the good news is: you won't have to sneak into a neighbor's garden to get one this year.
You can see them by the truckload at the sides of roads and streets, and they are stacked high in the grocery store. But they'll only be around for a short time, so get one while you can.
Help For Pain of Fallen Arches
If you have pain along the inside of your foot when you put weight on it, and it doesn't seem to be improving, better see your doctor.
He'll do an exam that calls for you to stand on one leg and rise up to your tiptoes. A healthy posterior tendon allows you to do it, but if you can't, the doctor will check for flatfoot deformity. Tests may include X-rays, ultrasound or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
Hire a House Sitter
A lot can happen to a home that's left unattended for a week, two weeks or more, says Angie Hicks (Angie's List.)
Going away on a vacation takes a great deal of planning. You've arranged child care, and found a pet sitter for your dog, but who will take care of your home while you're gone?
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