I'm not sure, but I think they just called me fat.
Saturday, October 29, 2011
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Monday, October 24, 2011
Remember when I wrote this post about buying a watch while in the Czech Republic because I wanted to exercise my brain? Well, I loved that watch while I was traveling, but now I have found a new place to get a watch that will also allow me to match it to my wardrobe (when I'm not living out of a suitcase and have a few more options to wear).
It's an online shop called ChunkyBling.com. Chunky Bling started out in northern California and recently relocated to Utah (shout out for my local readers).
Sunday, October 23, 2011
I took a quick little vacation with the parental unit to McCall, Idaho.
Saturday, October 22, 2011
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Wednesday, October 12, 2011
I recently discovered there is a house in Herriman, Utah, that was built to resemble the house imagined for the Disney Pixar movie Up. So I watched the movie (I'm a little behind) and headed over to see it.
When I say it is just like the house (which plays a key role in the movie), I mean pretty much EVERY detail you can see is recreated.
Not all rooms were shown in the movie and had to be created.
The furniture, handrails, CLOSETS, retro kitchen appliances, home theater room...this place is beautiful on the inside and if you don't mind the pastel colors on the exterior you could live in it. That's right, it's for sale. If you have a spare $400,000 in your pocket, you can own the Up house.
Monday, October 10, 2011
I have a new dentist who offers laughing gas to patients at no extra charge.
Deanna on gas can get a little funny...and I've been visiting him a lot lately.
Dentist to assistant: I need a diamond.
deanna: A diamond?!
Dentist: it's a drill.
deanna: a grill?! Like a black person?!
*The assistant said she would make a note in my file to not give me gas on my next visit.
After leaving the office, I went through a 2 hour series of laughing hysterically and then crying (tears included) because I didn't know why I was laughing. I'm pretty sure that happened 5 times. I might have even walked into a wall or two trying to walk out of the office.
*The dentist told me he gave me 15% more oxygen and turned it on earlier to bring me back to normal faster.
*A new assistant asked if I wanted the gas. My head said no, but my mouth told her yes.
The dentist put some sort of rubber piece over my mouth which I later found out is called a rubber dam.
deanna: Is that a whoopee cushion on my face?
assistant: No, it's just there to help keep things from getting in our work space.
deanna: Ok...so why is there a whoopee cushion on my face?
*The new assistant said she's never seen it affect someone as much as it does when I come in. Lucky me!
I have at least one more visit coming up. I'll let you know how it goes.
Saturday, October 8, 2011
I just can't shake this root canal thing so the dentist keeps giving me medicine that makes me sleep. A LOT. I learned that the root of the tooth hangs out near the sinus line so I decided to try bedding for allergies to make my situation a little more bearable. I was told my pillow was a truly allergy free pillow, made with a shell using the certified 100% cotton Allersoft. Trust me, good sleep comes when you have a good pillow!
Quality benefits of the allergy pillow are:
- With a mean flow pore size diameter of 5 microns, this fabric is one of the most effective barriers against pet dander, dust mites, bed bugs and other harmful allergens.
- A much tighter weave and higher thread count offers the best in durability from laundering.
- 4 oz per square yard with 280 threads stitched per square inch.
- Air permeability reading of 5 which indicates a wonderfully cool fabric.
- All covers are sewn with a "safety" double stitch and at least 12 stitches/inch.
- Latex free
- Hypoallergenic polyfiber fill with no added chemicals
- Machine washable
I received the product mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
Posted by Deanna Watson
Labels: allergy pillow
Monday, October 3, 2011
I'm pretty sure laser hair removal is a scam (unless, of course you work at a place and can do it to yourself 1,724 times).
Posted by Deanna Watson