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1. How can I brighten dim solar lights?

Hi, Do not forget to clean the small solar panel from time to time. If you do not the batteries will not recharge properly.

2. Why won't my sidewalk solar lights work?

I am curious how old the lights are, or if they used to work or not in their current location. This information would have been helpful. Solar lights operate by recharging Ni Cad batteries that are inside the unit. The Batteries are usually size AA. The batteries do not last forever and need to be replaced every year or so. I would replace the batteries to see if this corrects the problem. Good Luck!

3. Anyone know where i can buy solar lights and police lights?

Solar lights are so easy to steal. You just push them through sod beside patio slabs. Where I live, they are sort of cheap so that people dont really like to put them in their walkways and gardens. Besides the lights that they produce are not enough to illuminate steps. What I am trying to say is that the construction guys would not steal them since if they are in construction they know they are not very valuable enough to steal. Kids on the other hand will play with them because that may have been the first time they have seen solar lights and those will be cool in their tree houses or hideaways. Thats my guess

4. Help with planning a home wedding...?

If you would like some advise from a wedding planner without having the fee, here it goes: For the rentals, there should be someone in your area that rents tables and chairs. Try a local catering company first and if they do not actually rent the items, they may have someone they can recommend. Since I am not sure where you are, I can not really recommend anyone in particular. As for removing household items, what are your guests like and will there be alcohol served? If they are not normally rowdy (including when they are drinking), then you may be safe in having the TV around. The last wedding I helped organize had their reception in there home and they did not remove any of the household appliances. A good idea would be to picture your worst case scenario and then figure out if you can realistically seeing it get to that point. If you do not think it will, then do not remove stuff. As for the Universal Life Church - sorry, I can not help you here. Most of my weddings have been in either Baptist or Anglican churches and, in Canada, I have not heard of the Universal Life Church. Other suggestions - do you have solar lights in your yard anywhere? If not, they tend to add some ambience at night to a back yard and, if people will be milling around your yards throughout the day (and possibly the night), it sets a nice tone to the festivities. Also, they are not overly expensive. My sister just did our back yard for $50 and it looks great. As for food, keep it simple for yourself. You do not have the time (nor the desire) to spend the day in the kitchen preparing food. If you have the budget, maybe go to a local catering company and ask about a buffet or hors d'ouevres or trays of food, rather than a sit down dinner. If not, there are probably lots of stores in your area (including grocery stores) that will make up platters of food that you can pick up before the ceremony. Talking about food, what are your thoughts on a wedding cake? If you want that to be simple as well, some grocery stores do great things with simple cakes. One of the first weddings I did, the bride decided to just go with a sheet cake from the local Sobey's store rather than have a bakery make the cake. One other option, if you are so inclined, is that you could make the cake. If you think you have decent cake decorating skills and could do the job, why not try it. I have a friend that, when she got married, she made her own cake. Now, she went to school for Culinary so she could do it. If you think you can, all the power to you. As for decorating your place, look at party supply companies in your area. They always have interesting ideas and ways of decorating places for any occasion. Anyway, hope that helps. Best of luck. Check out my website (below) if you want any more suggestions.

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