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Friday, June 08, 2007

A Weekend Preview!


This is what I'm going to do this weekend: RELAX and SLEEP. My vacation was hectic and this weekend I plan on taking it easy, other than a few must-do chores like dishes, pet care, etc. Nothing strenuous! I might even get to read, something I don't do much any more because that's all I do for 8 hours straight at work.

Also a preview of this weekends postings: All sleeping pictures like Amy suggested.

First up today is Alice's pets. She says: " The first picture is Max using his Star Wars Ewok as a pillow with his favorite ball nearby.(Sorry, I cropped out the ball Alice) When we were in the process of packing up to move here to Clarksville, I had a box of stuff for Goodwill. The Ewok was on top. I watched Max walk over and sniff the Ewok and then grab it in his mouth and drag it away. I decided to let him keep it and he carries it to wherever he intends to nap. The second picture is Aimee in her Aimee-bed. She likes to lay on her back cushioned on all sides by the bed. Herbie the Love Bug (aka Thumper, Miki) in a nap/observation post in the kitchen cabinet. Scootie was in his nap place on the condo and I was wondering where Herbie wa,s and I heard a little sigh from up above and there he was. Whatever works as a nap place is good for Herbie!"

Next up tomorrow (if I get up to post :) are pictures Amy sent me of sleeping pictures of former or current Humane Society pets in their foster homes or new homes. They are so cute!

So all weekend the theme is NAP TIME! Who has pets that snore? Or sleep in strange places? Tell us about them! I will be posting such pictures that were sent to me--including some of my own--every day until I run out!

I hear thunder, so I better hurry so I can turn this thing off! Don't want it getting zapped again. I also have to check on Catfish. If he was outside when the first rumble was heard, he'll be hiding under the porch until it's over. If he was inside, he's under the covers!

posted by Sandy at 6/08/2007 10:55:00 AM

30 Comments:

Blogger pearcehart said...

Say, where IS everybody! These are some CUTE babies! I have been waiting for all the compliments and oohs and ahhs. Wounded... wounded to the bone.

Alice ;)

Friday, June 08, 2007 6:36:00 PM  
Blogger B said...

Alice,

You do have beautiful babies. I love the doggie in the pet bed--that is so cute! Don't be wounded--I have my brain back in my head now and I will be blogging my little heart out. Again, you have wonderful, beautiful babies. Does the cat ever knock anything off the shelves when it climbs like that? We had to break Pearl of high places cuz she like to just bust on thru and clear her path.

Friday, June 08, 2007 8:40:00 PM  
Blogger pearcehart said...

I have tried to be very careful about cat-proofing the house. I don't have many tchotchkis or breakables on shelves. I was concerned at first about the bowl but the unusally clumsy Herbie is very careful getting in and out of the bowl. Since we are doing a minor remodel of our kitchen, I will have more cupboard space soon and I will probably put the bowl when it can do no harm. It never ceases to amaze me where cats can find to nap or simply just to investigate.

Thanks for admiring my babies. You clearly have a superior attitude for fur children! Aimee says thank you for saying she is cute, she is glad that others besides her mom think so.

Friday, June 08, 2007 9:49:00 PM  
Blogger pearcehart said...

B, welcome back and glad to see you here again!

Friday, June 08, 2007 9:49:00 PM  
Blogger Stacey said...

Oh, Alice, don't feel neglected!! I wasn't able to be online today as usual, so I couldn't see your darlings until tonight. I love the cat in the bowl!!! I don't know how Herbie can climb up there and get in and out of a bowl without breaking something!!! That takes talent. My cats are all kinds of clumsy.

I like Dog Princess Aimee's leopard print doggie bed. Very fitting for royalty.

You do have some cutie pies!!! And I'm pleased to see that none of them are wearing clothes. Thank you for that.

Brett, can you check your work email from home?? Sandy and I have sent you an email this evening.

Friday, June 08, 2007 10:07:00 PM  
Blogger k9rescue said...

Looking forward to seeing our HS adoptables sleeping this weekend. Thanks for posting them Sandy! I think they will be the most fun... just because these are dogs that probably never thought they'd have a warm place to sleep... ever! So, it's just extra gratifying to see them comfortable enough to lay on their backs or snuggle with a human being.

My dog Jake sleeps on our a/c vents. In fact, we have to remove his collar in summer because the tags get caught in the vent & when he stands up he pulls it right out of the floor & walks around with it attached to his neck. That happened one time when we were gone for the day. I felt SO bad wondering how long he had been dragging that big thing aroun his neck. :( Our biggest gripe (in our old house) is he would sleep on the vent in our bedroom. Hubby & I would wake up at 4am sweating our a55es off... and we'd yell in unison, "Jake, get off the damn vent." Funny, but he knew that command well. Never stopped him from continuing to sleep there though... he'd just savor every moment until we yelled at him. I think I have a picture of Jake on a vent... I'll email it to Sandy. :)

Friday, June 08, 2007 10:27:00 PM  
Blogger pearcehart said...

Thanks all! My wounds are healing...

Hubby and I both laughed at poor Jake. I can see him standing up with the vent around his neck. Poor dear... still soooo funny!

Saturday, June 09, 2007 1:57:00 AM  
Blogger Pam said...

Alice, just back on here and saw your babies, they are all soooo beautiful! I haven't had time to go to the bathroom with my grand kids here uch less get on the computer but they spent the night at thier other grandparents last night so have a little time this morning. Anyway your babies are so precious! They are all cute in thier positions but I especially like Thumper in the bowl. My girls are climbers too and they go all the way to the top of our kitchen cabinets. Penelope will get up there and run back and forth across them, scares me silly! I'm so afraid she won't be able to stop and fall right off but I have no way to keep them from getting up there.
One day I heard this noise inside one of the cabinets, dishes hitting each other and I was like what the heck? I opened the door and there was Miss Penelope walking over them and trying to find her way out. I had left the door open a bit when I was putting dishes away and didn't notice I'd left it barely open but Penelope did so thought she'd go in and take a look around then the door shut behind her and she didn't know the way out,ha. I'm sure she would ahve figured it out soon if I hadn't heard her in there.
It was good to see someone else who doesn't freak at thier babies getting into thier dishes. My Mother would faint at the thought of a animals inside one of her dishes or eating out of one. Not at our house we all share,ha. Well the dishwasher has a sanitizing cycle as well as the super hot water. Actually our babiers have many of thier own dishes ( that do go in the dishwasher every day ) but there are times when they eat from certain dishes of ours. Sorry if that bothers anyone. You know ole nurse Pam wouldn't do anything that would make anyone sick so it has to be safe the way we do things around here.
Sandy on the snoring. None of our girls we have now snore but sweet Samantha was a terrible snorer! She was so loud she would wake you up snoring. Fly Boy used to yell at her to stop so he could get some sleep too,ha.
Amy, I'm with Alice that is a funny thought of jake walking around with the vent attatched but still poor fella!

Brett good to have you back.hope you're getting back on track and feeling better. Have your brain back in your head again,hhhmmmm, and you didn't even have brain surgery like Fly Boy did,ha. By the way that darn chip hasn't kicked in yet but I'm about ready to kick something soon if it doesn't.

Saturday, June 09, 2007 8:57:00 AM  
Blogger B said...

We use paper plate unless we're having company. My babies love to lick our plate when we finish eating. Wem ake sure it's mostly flavor they are getting, cuz I am scared to death to let any of them eat some of the stuff we cook (not that it's bad cooking, but spicy and such to a poochs stomach). Anyway, I made the comment to my mother that they loved to lick the plates and she almost had a stroke. For thirty minute she was yelling at me about how crazy I had become and that I was going to die of some dog disease or animal parasite. She never let me get it out of my mouth that we were using paper plates. So I just let her yell and have her moment. But when my folks showed up at the hospital last friday morning, the first thing she told the nurse was that they needed to check me for dog parasites.
Now, she's my mother, I love her dearly. But there I was, drugged up, tubes down my nose, tubes running out of my arms, hair jacked to jesus, and she's telling these people I have parasites. Way to make my life even better than it already was Ma! And the look that the nurse gave me! I was like, "My mother needs her medication."

Saturday, June 09, 2007 10:57:00 AM  
Blogger pearcehart said...

I'm with you, Pam and B, we don't have problem with sharing plates and such. I believe that modern dish detergent can safely clean whatever the dogs or cats touch. The huge bowl doesn't get used often, that's why it is way up there. Should I need to use it, I will wash it just because it doesn't get used often anyways. I wash may hands often. There is very little that can't be cleaned up off hands without soap and hot water. Incidently, I never use a dishwasher... I don't trust them to clean the dishes as well as I can by hand. I can feel little bits stuck to plates and see oily spots. I never use a dishwasher,even when we had one. All the dog and cat dishes get washed everyday, and the water bowl is filled with filtered water. It's the least we can do for our children!

Saturday, June 09, 2007 11:13:00 AM  
Blogger B said...

By the way-thank you all for your concern and well wishes. We are not very social and it's been ages since we have had any friends to carry on with. Jeremy was reading the blog for me and telling me what the topics of the day were. You guys have been so thoughtful and I appreciate every one of you. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

Saturday, June 09, 2007 11:15:00 AM  
Blogger B said...

Lucy has a problem with bladder infections, so after the first four vet visits, we have given the babies filtered water. No problems since. Well, just that Charlie tries to take a big drink and then walk across the room with it pouring out of his mouth. Other than that, we're good.

Saturday, June 09, 2007 11:19:00 AM  
Blogger Pam said...

With my background you can imagine how obsessed I can be with hand washing. Thats why I'm always so in need of lotion. But it's the #1 way to prevent disease. ok enough Pam.
I do have plenty of things that can't be put in the dishwasher but I do love that machine. Some models are much better than others. If you do find any bit of stuck on food it has been sanitized so it wouldn't even hurt you to eat it but oh yuck that is so gross to even think of doing. I have on occasion left dishes in for awhile before running them and found a bit os something left. When that happens I just soak it awhile and rewash it. I can't get the water as hot as the dishwasher can and still be able to touch it so I know it cleans it well. You can also get dishes plenty clean enough by hand washing too so hey, each to thier own as to what makes them comfortable, right?
I'm also one of 'those people" who cannot stand to resuse a towel after taking a bath. I have friends who tease me about that and say but you're clean out of the shower and bath but it just something grosses me out. Besides I dry all parts and I don't want the top touched by part of a towel I dryed the bottom with,ha. Ok too much information there I know. My son-in-law has teased me so much about that subject that I bought him one of those towels that says Face on part of it and Butt on the other half, it's cute.
Brett, as you've leaerned we are are a caring group on here and we've become like a family so when one of us is sick or had a problem we get concerned. Even mean ole fire breathing Dragon has some soft spots too much as he hates to admit to it.
Again, so glad you're back in the loop and back with the group. Keep getting better.

Saturday, June 09, 2007 12:48:00 PM  
Blogger Pam said...

With my background you can imagine how obsessed I can be with hand washing. Thats why I'm always so in need of lotion. But it's the #1 way to prevent disease. ok enough Pam.
I do have plenty of things that can't be put in the dishwasher but I do love that machine. Some models are much better than others. If you do find any bit of stuck on food it has been sanitized so it wouldn't even hurt you to eat it but oh yuck that is so gross to even think of doing. I have on occasion left dishes in for awhile before running them and found a bit os something left. When that happens I just soak it awhile and rewash it. I can't get the water as hot as the dishwasher can and still be able to touch it so I know it cleans it well. You can also get dishes plenty clean enough by hand washing too so hey, each to thier own as to what makes them comfortable, right?
I'm also one of 'those people" who cannot stand to resuse a towel after taking a bath. I have friends who tease me about that and say but you're clean out of the shower and bath but it just something grosses me out. Besides I dry all parts and I don't want the top touched by part of a towel I dryed the bottom with,ha. Ok too much information there I know. My son-in-law has teased me so much about that subject that I bought him one of those towels that says Face on part of it and Butt on the other half, it's cute.
Brett, as you've leaerned we are are a caring group on here and we've become like a family so when one of us is sick or had a problem we get concerned. Even mean ole fire breathing Dragon has some soft spots too much as he hates to admit to it.
Again, so glad you're back in the loop and back with the group. Keep getting better.

Saturday, June 09, 2007 12:48:00 PM  
Blogger Sandy said...

Brett, love the mother story! We could go on and on about mothers, I am sure. My mom wouldn't be upset about the dog/plate thing, but she worries constantly about every other little thing and always imagines the worst thing that can happen in every conceievable situation from sitting on the porch to taking a bath to the weather.

I kiss the dogs on their faces and The Boss has a fit that I would do that. So to further antagonize him, I stick out my tounge to the dogs about a millimeter away from their face. And sometimes I've gotten Frenched by them doing the same thing! LOL. He thinks I'm disgusting, but I'm the type who will drop food on the floor and still eat it, even though the floors have been covered with pet hair and paws! And it wouldn't bother me eat off the plate the dogs licked clean even if it wasn't washed! LOL. Not that I would do that, but if someone told me that the plate my sandwich was on was licked by a dog and not washed, I'd keep eating the sandwich. Waste not want not.

Pam, I too have had that happen with a cat, but in the closet. The minute I open the closet in the cats' apartment, Tarzan MUST go inside and I often forget that before I close it up again!

Saturday, June 09, 2007 2:39:00 PM  
Blogger Sandy said...

Oh, and I have the picture of Amy's Jake at the vent! I will post that soon. That's hilarious that he'd get it stuck to the collar and have it hanging there! How about you buy him a little fan of his own?

Oh and Pam. I "hate" people who use a towel once! I had guests here for a few days many years ago--a female Air Force buddy and her boy friend, and the towels were piling up! I thought it was HER, but it was HIM.

And about germs, You know, some germs are good and build your immune syste. Kids raised with pets have less allergies and other such problems. They now say that too much use of antibacterial products are doing the same thing, preventing building antibodies and that all that stuff going down drains and into nature is also causing problems for the ecosystem.

Saturday, June 09, 2007 2:44:00 PM  
Blogger Skeeter said...

Oh my goodness, I am off the Blog for two days and look at what all I miss out on! Where do I begin here...

Alice, your babies are adorable! Herbie the love bug in the dishes is a really darn cute picture! I too am amazed as to how he gets up there without knocking off some of the other dishes! You said something in a post a long time ago about "sheep dopple gang" I have been wondering just what kind of dogs you have and now I know. By seeing the pictures, I see you have beautiful fur baby dogs! Sorry I missed your pictures earlier because it does seem I am the first to post on many topics but as I have mentioned before, I have a bit of an obsession with this pet people Blog thing. So far the Saint has not commented me to the nut house! Anyway, sorry I was not here earlier to oh and ah over your babies!

Pam and Sandy, I would never let my babies eat out of a plate, they are usually eating off of two, mine and the Saints! Sheba is the worst beggar of all. You would think we starve that poor little pitiful furry baby! I can only assume she still begs from her hobo days in the woods or was it my father teaching her that trick when he was visiting one time? Gee, I wonder....hummmmmm… What say you Big Daddy???

Brett, Welcome back and I am glad to see that wit back! I think you are funny making your mom stew at the paper plates! You are too funny but hey, it gave your mom a reason to worry about her baby boy. Moms sometimes need a reason right?
To my mom... Mom, I would never do that to you so don’t go fussing at me okay. See, she reads but does not post so I have to acknowledge her at times… Tee hee

Now on the towel thing Pam. All I can say is try growing up with a house full of 7 people, one bathroom and no washer and dryer! You learn quickly to pick a color and hang that towel up to dry. Toting a red wagon full of towels to the wishy washy was not fun, so you must have had a washer in your house when you were a child. Now come on Pam once you are drying your butt did you forget to wash it? It is clean, what is the big deal miss nurse? ha-ha... I once asked the question of “did you have a washing machine and dryer in your house while growing up” to my sister in law (she is a non-reuser) and she said yes, but we had to prop it closed with a broom handle! I said I don’t care, you still had one and we did not so reuse your towels in my house! She laughed and to this day she is a reuser in my house!

Okay, I am not sure I hit on all the subjects but this one is long enough, I now have to go to the Blog of the beautiful black and white animals with the bald guy and comment!

Saturday, June 09, 2007 6:29:00 PM  
Blogger Skeeter said...

Oh, K-9 rescue, your dog Jake and the AC vent... Priceless story about dragging the vent around! That is too funny but sorry he had to be alone that one sad day! Sounds like Jake is your clown dog. Sheba is our clown cat. She keeps us laughing a lot in this house!

Okay K-9, brief me again on what animals you have. I am trying to keep all the Pet Peoples animals straight...

Saturday, June 09, 2007 6:35:00 PM  
Blogger Pam said...

Geez, I don't know what to say first. Ok here goes, Sandy, you do not hate people who use a towel once, as my Grandmother always taught me, you don't hate the person, you hate what they do. As Jesus taught, you hate the things peopleo not the people. I know you well enough to know you are too sweet to hate anyone.
On the antibacterail thing, Sandy you're right, you gotta have some germs to stay healthy. Here is something people do not think about but should----
on any medications that you have that are experired, please do not flush them. They get into the water system. As far as I know there isn't anything to counteract the buildup of all that gets flushed on a regular basis. I don't know of anything that has happened to any one as of yet but it isn't good letting so many chemicals into out water system.Who knows what can come of that. It's been a issue talked about in the medical area for awhile but no one has really brought it to the attention of the public because no one has known if they have had a problem feom that source yet.
Skeeter, girl, I grew up in the country with a old wringer washing machine but no dryer and no bathroom untill I was 14 years old! I lived in a little country village where bathrooms were only in the homes in town. I lived in a small house and one of my biggest dreams was for a big house with a bathroom with a tub.
Our towels we dried on smelled great but ther were scratchy as heck and to this day I do not take my dryer dried soft towels for granted. That may be why we live in a big house and I guess being able to use a towel once is still a luxury for me although I still can't take the idea of drying again on a towel I have dried my super squeaky clean ass on. It's just a thing with me ok guys? Com'on give me a break here!

Sunday, June 10, 2007 6:27:00 PM  
Blogger pearcehart said...

A while ago there was an newstory, don't remember if it was paper or TV, about the die-off of the good bacteria in the sewer treatment plant. Something had killed off the vacteria and there was no bacteria to digest the... er... stuff that gets flushed downthe toilet. They talked about it possibly being some sort of medication and I'm not sure what ever happened after that. The sewer people were perplexed and concerned because we need the... er... stuff-eating bacteria.

Sunday, June 10, 2007 8:07:00 PM  
Blogger Sandy said...

Pam, Pam, Pam. If you noticed, I put the word hate in quotations, to show I didn't really mean that I hate the person!

You talk about scratchy towels. My sister Daisy has scratchy towels because she doesn't use fabric softeners on them, because she says that makes them not as absorbant. I disgree, but to each his own. As long as I don't have to wash your towels, use as many as you want! But think if it this way: with the drought you are wasting water and energy, as dryers are one of the biggest sucker-uppers of electricity in a house.

So, does that change your mind about your own butt? :)

Monday, June 11, 2007 6:24:00 AM  
Blogger pearcehart said...

One hopes that after a shower or bath, the nether regios are clean so the towel would be damp but still clean. We, too, re-ruse our bath towels. Every couple of weeks, I toss the whole mess into the laundry.

I don't change the bed sheets every week unless someone throws up on them or when I can tell they need to be changed. I understand that this is probably not the way things "should" be done. But's it works for US and if it doesn't work for you, that's ok, too.

We try very hard to conserve energy and water. The way I figure, the more money we save on monthly expenses, the more money we have for fun stuff!

I was surprised that there wasn't some sort of curbside recycling her in Tennessee or even just Clarksville. It was mandatory in California. We had three bins that we filled according to type of recyclable material was involved. The Leaf-Chronicle has a recycling thing but they make it too complicated. I tried it once and couldn't find string to tie up the papers, forgot to call the guy to pick it up and the whole pile went into the trash then next day. I still feel guilty putting cans, bottles and paper into the trash.

Monday, June 11, 2007 9:56:00 AM  
Blogger Skeeter said...

I know all about those scratchy towels too Pam! We had an old wringer washer on the back porch that would get used in the hot summer months only. (to the wishy washy most weeks) The towels smelled so great after being hung out on the clothes line but the rough things did bodily harm! Now don’t get me started on how the jeans felt. OUCH. Washing in this old machine was an entire days process. My grandmother would wash, wring, drain, fresh water, soak, wring, fresh water, soak, wring then hang! I also remember how angry grandma would get when birds pooped on the clean clothes as they hung on the line! Back to the washer they would go as she just cussed those birds!

The electricity was not so great in that old house so we just knew at any minute my grandmother was going to burn down the house! That old washer was never used again after she passed away and now I have the thing in my backyard landscaping as a reminder of where I came from. It is used as an ice chest to keep drinks cold for outdoor entertaining. What a conversation piece it is to all that notice the old thing….

Monday, June 11, 2007 10:04:00 AM  
Blogger Sandy said...

I dont' change sheets every week either! I was always a take a shower at night kind of person, not in the morning, so I always figured if you were clean when you went in they lasted longer. I wash them when they seem to need it. :)

I guess when I hit menoupause I'll have to do them more often if I have night sweats, but neither of us are big sweaters so the sheets last longer!

Monday, June 11, 2007 12:07:00 PM  
Blogger Adrienne said...

OK, Fabric softener is bad for material. It leaves a residue on the material and causes it to break down faster. I only know this because I used to work for a linen company. I can even tell if something has been washed with softener, it feels oily to me. So no softener in this house. I buy egyptian cotton towels and sheets so that I don't have to worry about how soft they are. They are always soft. And I buy the highest tread count I can afford. I love the clearence table at Linens-n-things. I once got a 600 thread count sheet set for 30 dollars.

We wash towels and sheets in our house once a week. We take showers twice a day so towels get changed twice a week since they get used more and I don't like for them to get that mildew smell. My favorite thing is to climb into bed with clean sheets after I have just showered. Everything in this house has to be cleaned from top to bottom by Sunday. I hate not having clean things around me.

Monday, June 11, 2007 12:37:00 PM  
Blogger pearcehart said...

There's clean and then there's "CLEAN". We have dust bunnies everywhere, though at times they are more like dust elephants. Since moving around and bending is so hard for me, I don't sweat the small stuff. I don't over-sanitize things because as someone mentioned, there seems to be antibacterial stuff in everything nowadays. I do use fabric softener with Febreeze in it so hubby's clothes smell fresh at work. He is a sweat-er and he alwyas smells musty after work. I don't use the fabric sheets since there is an issue with build-up on the lint screens. I checked the web and there is scientific proof of that. So, it's liquid softener for us. I clean the windows when there are so many nose prints that light can't get through. We are not neat freaks here. It works for us, and to those who consider us "dirty", oh well! Whatever works for you is OK with me!

Monday, June 11, 2007 5:09:00 PM  
Blogger Pam said...

Sandy, nope! I'm still gonna use a fresh towel every time but I do conserve in many other ways so it all comes out even I think. I watch eletricity and water very carefully. I ahve one of those new energy saving washers and dryers. My washer uses less water and HD detergent and it is fabulous! I love it. Less water and detergent and it wrings the clothes and etc. better so it takes less drying time. It was more expensive to buy but it pays for itself over all.I only do sheets every two weeks as well. And Adrienne, I also use mostly liquid fabric softener. I have the sheets for when I need to freshen up something really quick just in the dryer but the liquid is what I use for the rest. We aren't sweaters either so don't mess them a lot. Even though I'm in menopause I'm still not a big sweater, never have been. I get hot but just don't sweat that much. I know some people drench thier sheets but I have just a few beads of water on my body and those are mostly on my forehead.

Skeeter, how cool to have that old washer for a cooler now. hang onto to that!
Sandy, so far we haven't even given in to watering our poor starved lawn yet either so we are conserving water still. I'm sorry but I just can't reuse my towels and I think as long as I am working hard in other ways to conserve than I deserve that one luxury. I really am a good girl in many other ways that helps the enviroment.

Monday, June 11, 2007 8:50:00 PM  
Blogger Skeeter said...

I wash the sheets only when they need it also. We go to bed clean after showers so not a problem. The Saint can be a sweater so they may get washed often at times and not so often at other times. We keep the air turned down really low at night and this helps with night sweats and is also good in the snuggle department! The girls just had fur cuts this past Saturday so the dust/fur bunnies will not be so bad until the fur grows again, which is daily! Argggg… I think my next cat will be a hairless one! Oh, how ugly they are…
Oh gosh, got to run, Cheetah is sitting in the window above the desk and is about to hack something up!

Tuesday, June 12, 2007 10:34:00 AM  
Blogger B said...

I have been buying the new cleaner from Sam's--I can't think of the name off the top of my head, but it has really made a difference in cleaning my counter tops and mopping---I even put a couple of cups in with the laundry--especially the bed covers that smell like, well, like we sleep with a zoo--but this stuff has made such a difference--if anyone would like to try it, let me know and i'll buy a few bottles to share.

Tuesday, June 12, 2007 2:45:00 PM  
Blogger Pam said...

Brett, Is that cleaner you buy at Sam's called OdaBan? We buy that and it smells so good. You can use it in the wasing machine as well as clean with it so thought maybe that might be the same as what you buy.

Monday, June 18, 2007 8:38:00 AM  

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