Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Product Review - Mega Mesh Screen Door - Hearne Unltd - Easy to Install


Product Name:  Mega Mesh Screen Door –

Manufacturer:  Hearne Unltd –  Easy to Install

Review:  Great product one set back is that you need to remove your screen door if you have it.  The dogs love it and can go in and out as they like instead of waiting for us to open the door and this way I am not swatting flies every minutes of the day - that part I love - fly free kitchen and happy dogs able to bark at everything that looks like it might get close - especially the squirrels who try to get close to the bird feeder....love the freedom this gives me to not worry about letting the dogs in and out on a regular basis - it is like they grew a set of hands and can open the door themselves - 

Thank you Mega Mesh for this freedom - love it - I wish I did not have to remove my door because now it needs to go back up before winter - it is both a screen and storm door - thanks.

Description: The Secret To A Bug Free Home...Do you sweat at home in summer with the doors shut to keep bugs out?......Are you getting bitten by mosquitos in your own home?......Are you concerned about dangerous chemicals in repellants that your family use?

Your search for the best magnetic bug screen stops here. Introducing 'Mega Mesh' the solution for a bug-free home by Easy Install.

What You'll Get:

Unrivaled Quality

Strong magnets sewn in, to provide seamless automatic closure
High quality micro mesh keeps the smallest bugs out
Easy install bug screens have been developed to stay up and withstand heavy traffic

Multiple Uses

Can be used in all homes for effective pest control
Great for use in RVs
Fits easily where swing doors cannot fit

Benefits of Mega Mesh

Magnetic hands-free entry
Pet friendly access
The low-cost way to economically cool your home
Protection for your family from invading insects
Easy installation
Optional push-pin fixings included

Buy Risk Free with our 100% money back guarantee

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Monday, August 25, 2014

Book Review - Ben's Day! - Marc C Collins

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Title:  Ben’s Day


Review:  This is a cute rhyming book about a boys first day of summer – he is quite a character that reminds me of my boys who are crazy and want to do everything at once and not have to wait for anything – we have run through the zoo so we can turn around and walk through at a normal pace just so we make sure we have not missed anything in our first run through – literally a run through – So I think I understand where this little guy is coming from – the need to do everything now and now is a common experience around here with 5 kids.

I love the illustrations they are well done and go with the story – so fun to see what he is doing along with the cute phrasing of the story – I think this is a great story for kids and I think they will really enjoy it since they love to be busy and run around all summer long not to mention winter, fall and spring.  Kids are busy and this book makes that funny and fun to read about.

Give it a try I think this is a book you and your children will enjoy.

Published:  Published February 13th 2014 by Self published
ISBN:  9781495491139
Page Count: 36
Quick Review:  5 out 5 stars –
Why I Read this Title:  sent by the publisher for a review

Synopsis:  A linear, fast-paced, non-segue look at a day in the life of Ben; an only-child on his first day of summer.
 Mark C. Collins
Author Information:  Been an artist all my life, professionally since about 1986, and have written poetry and short stories as a hobby along the way. Now I write and illustrate children's books of my own.

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Saturday, August 23, 2014

Please Vote for Qatar's Photo on Facebook =

Qatar's senior photo is on Facebook at this link.  He can really use an Ipad for school and I know a fantastic teacher to give the supplies to - Ms. Olson a middle school teacher who specializes in Autism Spectrum Disorder - the classroom has 1 Ipad and it in high demand during choice time - I know she would love to have another and also all those wonderful school supplies since funds are tight - most teachers spend between 250-1000 dollars out of their own pocket for supplies needed in their classroom each year and I know Ms. Olson is doing just that every year.  Lets give her a surprise !!!!
Here is the photo you are looking for - please vote - thanks so much - I really do appreciate it - Lisa

Friday, August 22, 2014

Book Review - Turning Grace - J Q Davis

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Title:  Turning Grace

Author:  J Q Davis

Review:  My husband recommended this book to me and since he doesn't normally do that I thought I should read the book.
Turning Grace is a début Young Adult\Teen Novel by J.Q. Davis.  The book is written from the prospective of Grace your typical teenage girl. (Boys, Clothes, school and life) The difference between Grace and other girls is Grace is a Zombie.  J.Q. Davis takes a tried and overused genre and creates a new twist bring life to an almost dead genre.

Possible Spoiler.
The first chapter of the book pulled me in quickly with a missing finger and a little girl but soon I found the book to have it typical teen drama that I try avoid when it comes to YA grene. I found myself struggling to read the book because I am not the focal age group but around half way through the story the teen drama turned and the story picked up again pulling me back in. Grace likes a boy the boy has a girlfriend and the girlfriend hates Grace.  Mom and Daughter have issues only because mom is keeping secrets.  Grace soon finds she is in love with boy and the boy is in love with the Grace and will do anything to protect her.  Yup teen drama however when you mix in the fact that Grace is a Zombie and she has to be constantly eating -the story because more interesting until I find myself at the end of the book which has a cliff hanger.  I'm not a fan of this particular cliff hanger because I feel it left the story incomplete.  Grace does some horrible things to satisfy her need to eat and the author creates a kind of foreshadowing with Tristan ie. the boy- the love interest and why she doesn't ever eat him.

As a Zombie book Genre I enjoyed the new twist I hadn't read before as a YA\Teen Romance I had a more difficult time because the romance was slightly unbelievable. J.Q. Davis has this book set up as a series with her cliff hanger which I mention left me a bit sour. Again I am not the target age group for this book so what a teen might enjoy reading I disliked.

Thanks Heidi for this review


Published:  Published June 10th 2014
ISBN:  B00KWP2B00
Page Count: 242
Quick Review:  3 1/2 out 5 stars –
Why I Read this Title:  Suggestion from husband

Synopsis:   “Each taste, each mouthful awakened a part of me that I had never known. The sweet and bitter tenderness of every chew sent my body into a whirlwind…”

Grace Elizabeth Watkins is the typical 17-year-old. She is a girl with simple tastes, who enjoys nature, a gory B-rated slasher movie, and her mother’s homestyle cookin’.

A high-schooler at Middleton High, Grace experiences everything a normal girl would: A spunky best friend, a Mean Girl who hates her whole existence for no reason at all, and an unavailable crush.

But as one of her favorite nights of the year approaches, Grace soon realizes there is nothing…normal about her. There are sudden and uncontrollable changes occurring right before her eyes. Urges intensify, senses are lost, and questions soon arise as to what could be causing Grace’s life to flip upside down.

How will Grace cope with this frightening and eye-opening journey?

Turn the pages to Turning Grace and find out…
 J.Q. Davis
Author Information:   JoAnna Quintana-Davis currently resides in the desert of Southern California. Her and her husband were stationed there due to her husband's orders in the Marine Corps. She has no children, but considers her pooches, Lucy, Cassie, and Bella, her daughters. She is eagerly awaiting her return to New Orleans, Louisiana to be with her family and friends. In the meantime, she will continue to add more pages to Turning Grace.





Thursday, August 21, 2014

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