Jan272010

Union28-Celebrate your spouse in style review, GIVEAWAY *and* Discount Code!-CLOSED

Recently, my husband (J) and I were given the opportunity to try Union28 t-shirts to celebrate our marriage in style!

*Warning: It gets moooooooshy

We have been married for almost 7 years now, and are so excited to spend the rest of our lives together. So it was great to stumble across a company (thanks to a good friend of mine) that has those same feelings.

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Dec42009

General Mills “Movie Moment” Prize Pack Giveaway!- CLOSED

When you purchase two specially marked packages of General Mills’ Cereals, you can receive a FREE movie ticket! After purchasing two cereals, visit General Mills  movie site, to enter the code found inside each box of cereal and print your free movie certificate good for admission to any movie!!

Participating boxes include select sizes of: Honey Nut Cheerios, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Lucky Charms, Trix and Reese´s Peanut Butter Puffs.

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Sep302009

What to do in Dayton, in October

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Phil (Photo courtesy of daytonphilharmonic.com)

FUCIK Entrance of the Gladiators (1st part)

LIEBERMANN Revelry

WENDEL The Ride of the Headless Horseman

MEYER Rosin-Eating Zombies from Outer Space

­­ST­RAVINSKY The Firebird Suite (narrated)

WILLIAMS Sorceror’s Stone Suite: Harry’s Wondrous World

Like the way these sound? Then head to Dayton’s Philharmonster, conducted by the famous Neal Gittleman on October 24, 2009 at 3:00pm. Tickets range from $10-$17, and you can order them by calling (888) 228-3630.

The best part? It’s a family haloween concert, so feel free to bring the kiddos.

It’s a Dayton tradition at the Schuster Center, so I hope to see you there!

May132009

When your hubby calls to tell you he is on his way home from work…

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Shhh

I love to iron clothes. I know most of you out there don’t share the same *fuzzies* I get when I pull out my long board and lay a hot one on it, so I’ll share a little secret to get you out of it.
First of all, you don’t need an ironing board to iron. You only need a stable flat surface and a light colored towel. When I was in college, I used the top of the coin operated dryer. I’ve also used the top of my kitchen table when pressed for time. Just remember to lay the towel down first, or you could burn straight through the clothes to the surface. But, I digress (you’ll notice I do that a lot if you read some of my past posts- again- on topic Katie!!)…
So back to my secret… (which only really works if you’re short like me)

When my DH calls to me to tell me he is on his way home from work (and asks if I need anything while he’s out- he’s such a good hubby!) I get my ironing board out. I also put on my most zexiest high-heeled shoes I own. I wait 10 minutes because I know it’s going to be a 20 minute wait for him to get the mail and come in the door.

Plug your iron in and let it heat up. Gather your clean clothes into a large pile at the base of your ironing board. Then, at the 17 minute mark, begin to iron ONLY one shirt. Your hubby will come in AMAZED to see you ironing, but ironing in HEELS! When he asks you why, you simply tell him (in your best Marilyn Monroe voice) that you’re too short for you ironing board, and need the extra “lift”. He’ll forget all about you ironing (although he’ll be impressed for days to come) and will only conveniently remember that you were ironing in heels. Tell him you’ll finish ironing tomorrow, so the two of you can have some time to yourselves.

Now, about those “clean clothes on the floor”. Get a washcloth out and run it under some water. Take that, and your clean clothes and throw them into the dryer. Set your timer for an hour, and go get them. Hang them up. VOILA! They’ve been “ironed”. There should be no wrinkles. If there are, well, it means that particular garment has character. Or, it means you need to drop it off at your local thrift store. Whatever works for you.
I feel bad for writing this for just the “vertically challenged”, so for you not vertically challenged folks- exploit those long legs! Put on the shortest skirt or shorts you own and tell your husband (in your best Marilyn Monroe voice) how “hot you get when ironing clothes” and all he’ll notice is that you’ve got some HAWT gams!

See? Minimal work, big results- for lots of credit.

Mar242009

Our 6th Anniversary- coming up!

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Reds+logo

I’m not one for surprises. In fact, I get stressed. So this came early.
My hubby (who’s so wonderful!) proposed almost 7 years ago at a Reds/Cubbies game. I was a die-hard cradle Reds’ fan, and he a Cubs fan. So, for our 6Th wedding anniversary in April, he scored some tickets to a Reds game for JUST the two of us! I lined up the babysitter this morning, so we get a day for just US. I can not wait!!