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February 7, 2020

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half-interest in the house to her divorce lawyer. The lawyer would then represent Jane with little or no pay throughout the proceedings. Jane’s attorney would get paid only when the divorce decree is issued and the house is sold, or if some other type of satisfactory agreement is reached. Many lawyers aren’t keen about FLARPLs or similar arrangements, largely because they may have to put in months or even years of work but won’t get paid until the case is eventually settled. On the upside, though, the lien helps to ensure that the attorney likely will be paid in full rather than having to slash the bill for an equity rich client.

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wherever you want, with or without your fiancee, as long financing can be arranged. A key question here, though, is how a lender will view the mortgage application. If both you and your loved one have good credit scores and solid income, you may want to file the app jointly to improve the chances of getting the best interest rate and largest mortgage possible. Conversely, if your sweetheart has a lousy credit record or tons of debt, it would probably make better sense to apply for the loan by yourself. *** DEAR DAVE: What is a “FLARPL”? ANSWER: It’s

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Most betrothed couples don’t need a prenuptial agreement and will hopefully never need to make an ill-sounding FLARPL. DEAR DAVE: I am getting married later this year. My fiancee makes about $20,000 more a year than I do and owns her own home, which I will move into after the wedding. Do I need to ask her to sign a prenuptial agreement? ANSWER: I’ll answer your question with a question of my own: Why in Cupid’s name would you want your fiancee to sign a prenuptial agreement when she apparently has a lot more financial assets than you have? I get questions about prenups all the time. Those queries always peak around Valentine’s Day or in June, the latter of which is the most popular month for weddings, but it’s a good starting point for my annual Valentine’s column. A prenuptial agreement, sometimes called a “premarital agreement,” is a written contract created by two people before they are wed. A prenup typically lists all of the property that each person owns – as well as any debts that each owes –

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Ten quick design hacks for hanging art By Cathy Hobbs Tribune News Service

Artwork can come in all different shapes and sizes. Whether painted canvasses or photography, art can be displayed and hung in a number of ways to create an interesting look that will help brighten and add interest to any home. Here are some quick design tricks to hanging art. 1. Hang identical pieces of art

in a grouping to create the illusion of art in a series. One of the biggest designer tricks is to hang identical pieces of artwork to create two pieces of art in a series called a diptych or three pieces of art in a series known as a triptych. 2. Use oversized framed pieces of photography instead of art. Black and white photography especially can make a powerful statement. 3. Place art in rooms of the home

that are often forgotten such as bathrooms and kitchens. 4. Don’t be afraid to lean art frames and mirrors against a wall instead of hanging them. Often with oversized mirrors, this technique can create an interest-

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ing and dynamic look. 5. Create your own art using framed letters or even wallpaper. This can be a fun and festive look, especially in children’s bedrooms. 6. Include framed artwork when incorporat-

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ing display items such as accessories on shelving and bookcases. 7. Don’t be afraid to incorporate color into your framed artwork, or uniquely shaped frames. 8. Integrate natural frames. Natural colored frames

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Fruit tree selections for Payne County

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It will soon be time to plant bareroot trees and shrubs. Listed below are some cultivars that have proven to do well, or at least better than average, in our area. We are always looking for success stories from adventurous gardeners. If you have suggestions for this list (speaking from the perspective of personal experience only please), we would like to hear about it. • Apple. Consider McLemore, Gala, Jonathan, Molly’s Delicious, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Gala, Fuji and Arkansas Black. • Peaches. In order of ripening (from early to late), consider Candor, Rubyred, Sentinel,

Home Grown KEITH REED Clayton, Newhaven, and Ranger. Others include Glohaven, Jayhaven, Loring, Bristoe, and Jefferson. For more information on apples and peaches, see OSU Fact Sheet HLA-6210 Apple and Peach Varieties for Oklahoma. • Plums. Methley, Santa Rosa, Ozark Premier and Shinko. • Pears. Improved Kieffer, Monglo, and Shinko. • Apricots. I hesitate to even mention apricots

because they will only produce an average of once every seven years in our area because they bloom too early in our region. The variety Tilton is the best one to try. • Blueberries. It is very difficult for most gardeners to grow blueberries successfully in our area although it can be done. Please review the literature on blueberries before taking the plunge. Fact Sheet HLA-6248 Blueberries for Home Production is a great

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place to start. Some of the best performers are K-Bluey, Peach Sorbet, Pink Lemonade, Blue Ray, Blue Crop, and Brazzleberry. • Raspberries. Although not as difficult as blueberries, raspberries don’t care for Oklahoma summers and will benefit from late afternoon shade. Cultivar selection varies depending on berry color and fruiting time preference but includes Nova, Dorman red, Autumn Bliss, Allen, Blackhawk,

Brandywine, and Kiwi Gold. • Blackberries. This is the fruiting shrub of choice for Payne County. Blackberries grow wild here and prosper in our soil/ climate. Look for Native American names such as Apache, Chickasaw, Kiowa, Arapahoe, Shawnee, Navaho, and Ouachita. • Grapes. Table grapes include Jupiter, Mars, Neptune, Saturn and Venus. Wine grape selections include Cynthiana, Cham-

boucin, Traminette, and Vignoles. Muscadines inlclude Carlos, Cowart, Doreen, Dixie Red, Nesbitt, and Noble. Please note that Tuesday Feb. 11 kicks off another season of the Payne County Master Gardeners Tuesday Gardening Series. This free program is held in the educational building at The Botanic Garden at OSU, 3425 W. Virginia. Tuesday’s topics will be Square Foot gardening and Beautiful Brutes. Beautiful

brutes will feature common landscape plants that can easily take over the landscape. For more information on this or any other horticultural topic, you can contact Keith Reed, the Horticulture Educator in the Payne County Extension office. Keith can be reached via email at keith.reed@okstate.edu, phone at 405-747-8320, or in person at the Payne County Extension office, located at 315 W. 6th, Suite 103 in Stillwater.


What if we turned the playroom into a media room? By Sandy Deneau Dunham

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decided to make it uber and put a giant subwoofer in here and then said we should put in another subwoofer. Once we turned it on, literally the volume in here made your eyes wobble inside your skull. To fit all this in there was like Tetris, with the projector screen and fireplace.” Also uber (and uber-cool): a special 21-and-over touch in the adjoining space. “One of the early conversations when we started this was that his kids were still in school, but he wanted a place for him and his buddies to hang out but not let the kids get in,” says Patterson. “So there’s a drop-down liquor cabinet. He can only do it on his phone. It’s just a TV lift with the shelf upside-down. It goes up and down; the lights are RGB LEDs and pulse Seahawks colors for game day.” You have to see it to appreciate it. Liquor bottles on shelf, reflected in a table, are shown

descending but can easily be reversed, hidden from kids. The bar area is off the family’s media room where a movie screen also goes up and down. Upstairs, Patterson says, the substantial new statement fireplace in the living room “was a really big move. The idea was to open the wall up. The floors were beat up. We did new column wraps. We realized how contemporary we were pushing it, and Kenny said, ‘Let’s ramp it up a bit.’ We put wood on the ceiling, and created a slot in the kitchen to hang pendants.” It’s all about the details here, and the careful attention to each intricate one. Together, it’s like a hand-stitched designer sweater you want to snuggle up in every single day.

ADVERTISING “Kenny was really pushing on the vibe: how everything should meld,” says Patterson. “ ‘Is that too Vegas? Is that too glitzy?’ When people come in, they feel welcomed, and they feel comfortable. It’s not rich, but sumptuous – especially up here, where there’s so much wind and rain. They just want to be on the couch with a hot coffee.” It was a bit of a trek to the couch. There was a lot to unravel and, Kenny says, “a lot of stops and starts.” In the end, though it’s not quite the end, that single, original thread eventually stretched all the way through the entire home, except for their two kids’ rooms (Hannah and Colby are now in college). “We’ll do them next,” Kenny says.

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SNOQUALMIE RIDGE, Wash. – The original thread was a single strand – a simple string of vision and possibility. Kenny really wanted to hold a Super Bowl party downstairs. That’s the thing with threads, though. They’re so rarely self-contained. “We decided to take over the playroom, and then we just kind of kept going,” says architect Andrew Patterson, of Patterson Ruehlmann Design + Architecture. “It was a classic sweater unraveling: If we’re going to do this, we should do this. We started downstairs and gutted. Then we decided to do the upstairs, then the kitchen, then we should do the master, too. We had the whole house finished except Kenny’s office. He calls me and says, ‘We’re going to do the office.’” And now Kenny and Deb’s Snoqualmie Ridge home – custom-built in 2005, as “number 16 out of thousands” in the community, Kenny says _ has undergone an extra-large interior remodel, starting with that downstairs media room; knitting in that new office; and even seamlessly integrating – behind

a hidden door – an invigorating gym so bright, so white, so bold, “I jokingly call it the Storm Trooper room,” Patterson says. The metaphor is strong with this one. So is the simile. Kenny owns a land-surveying business, Terrane, “So I’m around a lot of really nice houses,” he says. “I was known for collecting magazines. One day I dumped them on Andy’s desk.” (Patterson recalls quite a stack.) ADVERTISING “It’s like when somebody’s a brandnew bride and has all the magazines – that’s him,” says Deb. “He had more of a, ‘I want that feel.’ “ That feel, says Kenny, was/is “a higher-end level of finish. Andy made that come to fruition.” You can feel that feel downstairs, in the media room “that started it all,” Patterson says. “There are a lot of hidden touches on the wall. The panels open to speakers. Kenny

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Eventually, even the best-laid carpets must be replaced. While regular upkeep can increase your carpet’s lifespan, most manufacturers estimate you’ll need a full replacement after about 10 years. And the signs you need to start shopping around aren’t always obvious. Here are a few ways you can tell your carpet is reaching the end. Stains won’t come out Whether it’s from spilled wine or a new puppy, there are some stubborn stains that even professional cleaning can’t get rid of. If they’re minor, you can typically hide them with area rugs or furniture. But if the damage is permanent and unsightly,

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