Joined 11 years ago from Southern Colorado
Rhiannon C. Knight has worked in the pet care industry in various roles, in addition to serving as a data analyst and customer service representative. She enjoys writing pet care related articles, restaurant reviews and time-management game hints. Her favorite activities include writing (of course), playing video games, dining out and going to live concerts. At the moment, she's based in southern Colorado, but hopes to one day live in the Pacific Northwest or maybe even in Alaska. Her ultimate goal is to be debt-free and travel the world. To learn more about her, visit Rhiannon's Random Rants and Ramblings or her newly-launched blog, Burying MHR.
7 weeks ago
Changing the color of your leather boots using shoe polish is a project that might take an hour or two. When you're through, you'll have reinvented your shoes and added a staple to your shoe wardrobe.
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