Entries by Katherine Fry

The Advantages of Dry Cleaning Versus Traditional Washing Machines

The Advantages of Dry Cleaning Versus Traditional Washing Machines Laundering and dry cleaning are both processes designed to clean clothes. Laundering, the more traditional cleaning practice, is a water-based cleaning process that usually utilizes a washer/dryer combination with soap and/or detergent. In contrast, dry cleaning does not utilize water but instead employs a comprehensive process […]

Aluminum Versus Wood Home Enclosures

Aluminum Versus Wood Home Enclosures. Which is Better? Are you debating between building a patio versus a screened porch enclosure? When building aluminum screen enclosures, Red Bank Aluminum in Chattanooga, TN is prepared to create your new living space the way you prefer, with a custom design to help complement your home. If you are […]

El Fogon

El Fogon means “brick oven.” While brick ovens are sturdy and long-lasting, they are also works of art. Like their name, the restaurant “El Fogon” is all of these things. It is poised to last, built on a sturdy foundation of excellent service coupled with fantastic food. And like a brick oven, it’s contents are […]

Are Jasper Remanufactured Engines A Good Idea?

Catastrophic engine failure leaves automobile owners with one of two choices-they can either sell their vehicle for scrap or buy a new engine. However, for many individuals, because of budget constraints, scrapping their vehicle is simply not an option. This leaves purchasing either a new replacement engine or a Jasper remanufactured one. When faced with […]

Land Surveying: Various Aspects of the World’s Second Oldest Profession

Land Surveying: Various Aspects of the World’s Second Oldest Profession Land surveying is defined as a method of scientifically and/or legally determining the location of points on the earth’s surface. It also includes establishing the distance between those points and the angles created by them. Often referred to as the world’s second-oldest profession, land surveying […]

Menstruation in Tudor Times

How did Tudor Women Cope with the Physical, Religious, and Moral Expectations? It has been happening to women since the dawn of time and yet, during the Tudor age, society rarely spoke of it. Known as the monthly curse, coming of age, or period, menstruation has been referred to, across the ages, by many different […]

Deep Inside I Always Wanted Children

To Have Children Or Not To Have Children? That Is The Question. Deep inside I always thought I wanted children…probably… eventually…possibly. When I graduated from college in the late 1990s, friends started having children while I remained happily unencumbered. Even after I married, our family planning consisted of not having children right away. And when […]

What in the World is Going on in Dubai?

 A Tale of Princesses, Fabulous Wealth And Unimaginable Human Rights Violations Princess Haya of Jordan, for many, is a feminist icon. She, along with her sister-in-law Queen Rania of Jordan, and her step-mother, Queen Noor of Jordan, is often referred to as one of “the Supermodel Queens of the Middle East.” The Princess’ 2004 marriage […]