Wednesday, May 30, 2012

My personalized a hair care regimen from StyleUnited

SheSpeaksbutton has asked me to do a review of their website. Honestly, I'm not into the fashion and make up thing. I used to be when I worked full time outside of the home. Now that I am home most of the time, I just don't worry about it too much. I wear make up for church or special events and live in knits all year long. That being said StyleUnited's Virtual Makeover Diagnostic tool was fun and interesting. They will even share your information with Twitter, Facebook or a friend via email. Below are some of the emails that they sent me.

My only disappointment with the site was the lack of plus size options. With the obesity rates in the USA, I would think that they would connect with Lane Bryant or Catherine's or one of the many plus size shops out there and offer more selection. Anyway, check it out for yourself! 

The email that they sent me to share with my personalized hair care regimen. personalized a hair care regimen for Lori. You should get your own regimen, too.

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Thursday, May 10, 2012

Jingle No More

I decided to be legal and get my dogs their rabies shots and licenses. When I got them home and put them on the dogs this is what I heard....jingle, jingle, and night. It was making me crazy! So I started searching for "dog tag silencers." I found two basic types. One was a little silicone bumper that goes around the tag. The problem with this is you have to get one that is the right shape for your dogs tags. The rabies tag is a heart, so no problem there. The license is shaped like a little VW Bug. Big problem finding that one! The second option is a pouch that goes over the tag. This seemed like a good idea until I saw the price. $10 plus shipping! Per dog! Ouch. For a little pouch of neoprene?

So, I came up with my own solution....Balloons! I slipped a balloon over the two tags. Now my sweet pups are blissfully quiet! She is not one to chew on her tags or collar (or anything else for that matter), so I don't worry about her ingesting the balloon. If your dog tends to chew, you may want to reevaluate if this is a good idea for you!

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

New babies! And I was declaired cancer free again!

Here are the newly hatched babies! They took their sweet time getting here. My calculation said that they should have hatched out Monday, but they waited a few extra days. Hopefully the straggling eggs will hatch tonight.
My doctor's appointment went well. I got the drain out, but have to go back next week for the stitches. The open wound has to heal on its own. Yuck! He did say it was looking great. Again the biopsy said that I was cancer free. I will still need a mammogram in 3 months to check my progress.
Tomorrow is date night! Woohoo!