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Hardman's Home Center Home Decor Specialist Tina Mandrake offers ideas for making your house a home.
Ratings: Amazing Race Finale Ties Low
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By Tina Mandrake
I grew up in Charleston,WV and graduated from Charleston High School in 1988. (WOW...where has the time gone to?) After graduating, I attended Marshall University. (Was probably there a little longer than I was suppose to be). While at my stay ...
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I grew up in Charleston,WV and graduated from Charleston High School in 1988. (WOW...where has the time gone to?) After graduating, I attended Marshall University. (Was probably there a little longer than I was suppose to be). While at my stay in Huntington, I majored in advertising and minored in marketing through the school of Journalism. I later met my root to Jackson county (my ex husband) and we moved here to start our family and I finished my degree. I live in Ravenswood and have 2 sons, Hayden and Trey. Hayden is a freshman at Ravenswood High School. He is a member of the football and basketball teams. Trey attends Ravenswood Grade School and is in 5th grade. Trey plays basketball and recently was selected to be on the Elite Team at the Elite Center in Parkersburg. So between the 2 of them, we stay pretty busy with their sports schedules, etc.

I live in a home built in the late 1800's. Boy ole' boy has it been a continuous project since day one! Like many, there is either not enough money or there is not enough time.

Everything I've decorated with in the past sparks a memory today like a old song on the radio... It's fun looking at old photos and seeing items that made your space your \x34home\x34 years ago. . I have kept a few of my favorite decorations and have incorporated them in my home now, minus the yard sale mallards which hopefully flew south.

I look forward sharing home decor ideas with you through this blog and would love to hear your stories and ideas on what makes your house your \x34home\x34!

You can contact me at tina.mandrake@hardmans.com or stop by the Ripley store and see me!
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Dec. 10, 2012 6:57 p.m.



Josh and Brent | Photo Credits: Heather Wines/CBS

The Amazing Race's shocking finale Sunday did nothing to boosts its numbers.

Season 21's two-hour closer averaged 9.3 million viewers and a 2.6 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic to tie last season as the show's lowest-rated finale. Lead-out The Mentalist (7.9 million, 1.6) was down 11 percent.

NBC won the night with Sunday Night Football (18.9 million, 6.9).

Fall TV Report Card: How's the new class doing?

Fox's The Simpsons (7.5 million, 3.4) was the top scripted program, buoyed by a football lead-in.

8 p.m.
CBS: The Amazing Race 9.3 million viewers (2.6 demo rating) [8-10 p.m.]
ABC: Prep & Landing 4.9 million (1.4)
Fox: The Simpsons 7.5 million (3.4); Bob's Burgers 4.6 million (2.1)
NBC: Sunday Night Football 18.9 million (6.9) [8-11:30 p.m.]

9 p.m.
ABC:
Christmas with Holly 7.7 million (1.8 million) [9-11 p.m.]
Fox: Family Guy 5.6 million (2.8); American Dad! 4.6 million (2.2)

10 p.m.
CBS:
The Mentalist 7.9 million (1.6)





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