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10 Things to Do in Delaware in the Fall

Posted by RahaimSaints on August 26, 2015 | Uncategorized

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Delaware is beautiful any time of year, but there is something magical in the air when the leaves turn colors. If you’re fortunate enough to be in the state during autumn, the region also has some fun activities for you to try:

1) Plan a hike in Kent County.

Watch the leaves turn color in Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, Blackbird State Forest, Killens Pond State Park or along Route 9 Coastal Heritage Scenic Byway. Just be sure to bring your camera to capture all of the foliage.

2) Try the Delaware Beer, Wine and Spirits Trail.

Visit the Harvest Ridge Winery, the Nassau Valley Vineyard and other stops to sip on delicious autumnal brews in beautiful settings.

3) Take photos of the leaves in Brandywine Valley.

Preventing Dog Bites: Steps for Pet Owners

Posted by RahaimSaints on August 20, 2015 | Personal Injury

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Dog bites can be traumatic — and not just for the victim. Very often, dog owners are upset when their dog attacks someone else, especially if pet owners suspect that the victim provoked their pet, or they are facing legal action because of the dog bite.

Fortunately, there are several things that dog owners can do to prevent bites from occurring in the first place:

1) Take your dog to the vet.

Dogs are more likely to bite if they are in pain or ill. Be sure to take your pets to the vet regularly and keep them up-to-date on all vaccines and shots. If you notice any symptoms — such as sudden changes in appetite — take your dog to the vet immediately.…

Supporting Friends Through Divorce

Posted by RahaimSaints on August 13, 2015 | Divorce

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Divorce is a devastating time. If you have a friend who’s going through this process, you may feel helpless, upset and scared. It can be heartbreaking to see someone you care about going through the stress of a family breakup.

There are several things you can do for a friend in this situation:

1) Be there.

One of the most important things you can do as a friend is simply being there for someone who is going through a difficult time. Make yourself available and spend time with them. Keep in mind that some friends will disappear from your lives when they announce a divorce. Others, however, will need support. Simply being there makes a big difference.

2) Be prepared to listen.