Down Yonder Antiques

Please DO look at Tom’s Musings on Faith, Musings & Memories, Reflections, and A Few Stray Poems. These are the heart of this site at present, and we hope you will enjoy them. Thank you!
FAQS – Articles and facts on and about antiques, why they are a good investment, how they help the environment, how they speak to us, and more!  MyScissors
Inventory – As we have closed the store, the inventory pictured here should be utilized only as illustrative of the type of things we like to deal in, and not of what is available at this time.
[We are essentially “out of business”  now, and all remaining inventory is in storage and very difficult to get to. After retirement, in 2010, we’ll probably resume showing items in Atlanta, at Tannehill, and other venues.]
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About Us – A little column to let you know who we are, as well as a listing of our sister antique shops in Eutaw.
[Watch, as we plan on also listing, soon, other shops in the West Central Alabama area in the near future, for your antique shopping pleasure.]
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Events – A complete listing of all of the major special events on the Eutaw calendar, as well as information about the majestic Kirkwood Mansion and Eutaw’s quaint and wonderful ante-bellum Bed and Breakfast.  MyPicGreenCoCtHs
Musings – Musings On Faith, Musings And Memories (ghosts, humor, childhood memories, horses, dogs, and more), Reflections (on various topics), and A Few Stray Poems, all for your reading enjoyment!  MyPicOdinTheWanderer
Site Map – A complete ” table of contents”  for easy access to any page on the Down Yonder website.  
How to find us:
Please note that presently we are not engaged in selling, and therefore not open for business! 
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Don’t Forget Now

Antiques make wonderful, lasting, and very special Anniversary, Birthday, and Christmas gifts. Or gifts for no particular occasion at all, but just because you care!

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Thanks for looking!
May the Lord bless you and yours, this day and every day, and make you a channel of blessing to others!
Angie & Tom Woodard
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What To Do About Dry Flaky Skin Under Eyes

Dry and flaky skin can be difficult to treat but you will find that most topical products made for dry skin cannot be used around your eyes. Treating dry flaky skin under eyes is not easy since most skincare products will actually make the problem worse by irritating the delicate skin around your eyes.

If you have dry flaky skin under eyes, you need to immediately stop using any makeup, skin care and beauty products. Products made to hydrate your skin or treat any skin condition like acne can cause irritation. This is also true of the chemicals that can be found in makeup. The soap you use to wash your face could also be the reason behind your dry and flaky skin and you should replace it with a mild unscented soap to avoid irritating your skin.

Using petroleum based jelly is the best way to treat dry skin under your eyes since this is one of the only products that can be safely applied around your eyes. If you get some jelly in your eyes, just rinse the area thoroughly. Petroleum based jelly will help keep your skin hydrated by locking the moisture in. Try applying some jelly under your eyes before going to bed and you should notice an improvement when you get up in the morning.

You should also protect your skin from anything that could irritate it. Use some sunscreen when you go outside or wear some sunglasses. If you are a smoker, you should consider quitting since nicotine can irritate your skin and cause dry patches to appear.

Follow these tips and you should be able to get rid of the patches of dry skin under your eyes. Try figuring out what made your skin dry in the first place so you can prevent this issue from returning.

Read More:
How to treat dry skin under eyes
How to Treat Dry, Flaky Skin on Your Face

Types Of Car Insurance

Most-Reliable-CarsCar insurance is coverage that is typically required by law to operate your motor vehicle. Car insurance is used if you’re in a car accident, whether at fault or not, to make sure that all parties involved will be able to cover the cost of property damage or medical expenses. The term car insurance is a catch-all that covers all the different types of coverages you can have. The main types of automobile coverage offered are liability, comprehensive, and collision.

Liability insurance is essentially the bare minimum insurance required by state laws. Liability tends to be lower in price than other types of coverage. Liability will ensure that when you are at fault in an accident, the damage that you cause to other’s property will be repaired under your insurance. The main problem with liability is that your property is not covered if you are at fault in an accident. This means that the repairs to your own car would need to come completely out of your pocket.

Collision coverage is a type of coverage that means that if you’re in an at-fault accident, your vehicle and the vehicle you damaged will both be covered under your insurance. This can be a good option as you won’t have to pay out of pocket for all of the repairs on your vehicle. In most cases, you’ll just be responsible for your deductible.

Comprehensive coverage includes accidents that do not involve another car. For example, if you’re driving through a wooded area and collide with a deer, your car will be covered by your insurance. This will also apply to trees or fences.

Car insurance in a legal requirement in most states in order to legally operate a vehicle on the roads. While you’re required to have insurance, the type of insurance is generally up to you, aside from the state minimum coverage required. When choosing auto insurance, keep in mind the type of driving that you do to determine the type of coverage you will need.

Antique FAQs

Some useful information we’re glad to share…

What’s Next #8?
    We’ll See!
  Need Upholstering,Refinishing or Caning?
    Try our friend Johnny Washington.
  This is THE Time to Buy Antiques
    Take advantage of the market!
  Just a few “Don’ts”
    Some “not to do’s” on antique furniture!
  New Items in Inventory!
    Keep a look out!
  Green Antiques? 
    Another way to protect our environment!
  Why I love early antiques. 
    Yes, we really can say “one of a kind”!
  Just why antiques? 
    Value that lasts and lasts and lasts!