Thursday, October 27, 2011

Friday Fill-Ins

FFI we go!

1. Beware of pissing me off when I have PMS (I'm just sayin').

2. I hate snow.

3. And since we are here, we might as well make the most of it.

4. Do you believe in spirits?

5. Where you go, there you are.

6. Soup from Panera is one of my favorite meals when it's cold out.

7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to reading, tomorrow my plans include relaxing and running – not at the same time, though – and Sunday, I want to not freeze my ass off at my daughter's last travel soccer game!


Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Add Some Sparkle to Your Toesies!

With the holidays just around the corner, it's time to start thinking about gifts – if you haven't started already. I don't know about you, but one of the last things I remember tends to be the stocking stuffers. I don't know why, but almost every year I'm scrambling to find something to fill the stockings – something that hopefully everyone will like.

Enter Glitter Toes. The perfect stocking stuffer for ladies who like to keep their toes pretty. I have a teenage niece who I think would LOVE this!

Or you could pamper yourself with a Glitter Toes party with your girlfriends! Hire a babysitter – or get the hubbies/dads together to watch the kids together. Have the kids all together in one location, and get together with your girlfriends in a different home.

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The details: Through this exclusive offer you can get the complete Glitter Toes Party Kit for only $39! With this fantastic deal you will get a one year supply of Glitties nail art. That's 12 colors, 13 applications, pedi/mani brush, file, and more for one really low price! 65% off retail! Plus, as an added bonus Glitties is throwing in for FREE an extra bottle of bonding and a bottle of sealing that typically retails for $20. While the men are gathered to watch football after your holiday dinner why not gather the girls for a fun pedicure party with this Glitter Toes Party Kit? It's sure to be the hit of the party! Watch the Glitties YouTube video at

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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

What's the Bzz: Bil-Jac Dry Dog Food #imabzzagent

Before I get started with this post, I just wanted to make it clear that I am a BzzAgent. BzzAgent is a company that helps businesses get the word out about their products. They hook their agents up with products to preview, and then let us loose to share our experiences. BzzAgents are open, honest, and having fun.

We have a 5-year-old beagle named Sawyer. He's generally a very good dog, and your typical chow-hound. He'll eat just about anything. Oddly, though, for the past several months, he'd been ignoring his bowl full of food for an entire day before eating his breakfast. It would get eaten right before it was dinner time. As I mentioned, he's a beagle. Beagles generally are not picky dogs. We're not sure what was up with that, but it seems to have passed now. You see, thanks to BzzAgent, we were able to sample Bil-Jac Dry Dog food. (Well, when I say we, I really mean Sawyer was able to sample it. No humans in this house ate any, at least so far as I am aware!)

We decided to try the 2-bowl challenge. All you do for that is put a small amount of his regular food in a bowl and a small amount of Bil-Jac in a bowl and let the dog pick.

Sawyer barely even considered his previous food. He inhaled Bil-Jac, and suddenly was very much looking forward to meals every day. He still looks forward to meals every day now!

With the exception of his eating habits, I'm not sure I could say he's changed much otherwise. He's in need of knee surgery, and still has regular problems with his bum knee(s). I never expected the food to fix that, of course. I'm sharing that because I think it's entirely possible that the lack of change in his behavior is because of his knees. His coat does appear to be a bit shinier, but that could be simply because I expect that to happen.

For more information on the Bil-Jac food, check out their Web site:
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My husband and I are both quite impressed with this food. Sawyer hasn't been this enthusiastic about his everyday food since he was a puppy!

We'd like to continue feeding this to our dog, but I'm not sure if we will. While it's clearly an excellent product, it is expensive. More expensive than the brand we'd previously fed Sawyer. I'm not sure if Bil-Jac fits into our budget. We'll try to make it work, though – I can say that with confidence.

So, yes, I would highly recommend Bil-Jac dry dog food. (And Sawyer would, too!)


Friday, October 14, 2011

Friday Fill-Ins

FFI we go!

1. It's easy to see something, but I couldn't tell you what at this point.

2. My daughters are my darlings.

3. Once upon a time, well, it sounds like it's gonna be a great show! I'm looking forward to checking it out soon.

4. And they lived happily ever after ... the end.

5. What is not today's question. Today's question is where.

6. I sure hope my MIA package from LeapFrog gets here sooner rather than later.

7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to celebrating my baby girl's 4th birthday with the kiddos and my parents, tomorrow my plans include the final rec. soccer games for the season and spending time with my parents and Sunday, I want to not stress over Natalie's birthday party. It's at Monkey Joe's, so it should be pretty easy to avoid a lot of stress!


Five Question Friday

1. Do you prefer your ice cream in a bowl or in a cone? Depends. I love waffle cones/bowls. But, don't always want to deal with the drippiness of a cone. Then I go with a bowl.

2. What three things do you love the smell of? Lilacs, spring/summer rain, my babies when they're clean

3. Giftcards or no? (In regards to gift giving...) Yes.

4. What sports did you play in high school if any and do you still play them? I was on the poms squad my senior year. I know some people don't consider that a sport, but it was an excellent aerobic workout on a regular basis! And, uh, no, I am not still doing anything of the sort. My poms days ended with high school graduation.

5. Were you in band in high school? What instrument did you play? No, but my freshman year I played violin in the orchestra. Sophomore through senior year I was in choir. I sang first soprano.

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