2016 Boot Walk to End Cancer - Houston, Texas - MD Anderson Cancer Center - Break out your favorite boots - Cowboy, combat, rain boots, wellies, whatever. Then take a short stroll on Saturday, Nov. 12, 2016 in Houston, Texas to help MD Anderson Cancer Center #endcancer once and for all.
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I had to comment after buying this vacuum. I read all the reviews and decided to try it. I'm replacing an Oreck, so size and weight are very important. But I also wanted something powerful. I was ready to get a Bissell Healty Home Vac (after reading the reviews) until I saw it in the store. It is huge. Our walmart had one of these left ($160) and I'm in love with my new vacuum. Does that sound bad? The suction is amazing, the attachments are so easy to use. My stairs have never looked better. I love the 2 settings for hard floors and carpets, very easy to switch between. Not as light as my Oreck, but probably as close as I'm going to get. It is very easy to get between things and under things, I'm vacuuming where I haven't vacuumed in a long time! And my carpets and stairs look so fluffy. Emptying the dust cup is very easy, I just use a plastic shopping bag and put it around the dust cup. I guess I can't say enough good things about this vacuum. You will not be disappointed.
I use these for my debit card. I don't use many checks so would go to the bank to get one but they don't have them any more. I found these and ordered them. They have 23 pages so hold a lot of debit transactions. So if you are looking for something for your debit transaction, these are perfect.
I actually use these to shave the peach fuzz off my face. This really helps my makeup go on much smoother. I've tried other brands that left little scratches and tiny cuts on my face, but I haven't had an issue with these at all. They do a great job and the price is great. I will definitely repurchase when I need more!
These are amazing. They're effective. They are the weirdest, longest pedicure process I've ever undergone. It took several days for the peeling to begin. After I applied the booties, the skin on my feet felt "tight", as if my skin was no longer big enough for my feet, until it started peeling. And then once it starts peeling...ooh, boy. You do not want to go anywhere where your bare feet will be visible. The peeling process is a slow process, taking up to a full week. If you get a good strip to start loosening up, go ahead and peel it. It's oddly gratifying to remove sheets of dead skin. Just be cautious to not be overly aggressive with peeling. Don't peel where it's not clearly loose and easy to lift. The layer of skin under the dead skin needs to toughen up just a bit before it's exposed. If you peel too aggressively, you will make yourself a tender foot and be limping around a day or so! (Ask my husband about his experience with this!) The soles of my feet came off in almost one big piece. It was half gross/half fascinating. They WORK. My feet weren't excessively gross or scaly, but it took 2 treatments, 2 weeks apart to get them really soft. My husband's feet were stereotypical gross man-feet with thick, crusty turtle-shell like man-leather for soles. His crazy thick skin took 3 treatments, 2 weeks apart to get nice and soft. Maintain with a good foot cream with lactic acid in it after your peeling is complete. We like the O'Keeffe's Healthy Feet, conveniently also sold here on Amazon!