I have a G37S and I love it. It handles like a sports car but still has a small backseat so I can pick up my daughters friends if I need to. It was expensive but the maintenance is much cheaper than the BMW I had. I do wish that I had know this car takes 2 different size tires which can not be rotated so I buy tires every 6 months and they aren't cheap either. I am still very happy with this car and I can get service done at Infiniti or Nissan dealerships.
I bought one of these to hang up clothes in my house that could not go in the dryer. It worked fine for a little while but then it fell apart every time I used it. Became a pain to even both with so I threw it away. Cheap construction. Not meant to be used daily.
I loved using Dreft for my daughters baby clothes. It would remove formula or food stains that I thought would never come out. And the clothes smelled so good and didn't irritate her skin. She is 14 now and I would still wash our clothes with Dreft if it wasn't so expensive.
So easy to use. Drop one into the washer before the clothes are added and start the washer. No messy bottle and lid. My clothes are clean and smell great. They are a little more expensive but I think the cost evens out because I'm not over pouring the liquid.
I am not impressed with Ross but lots of people that I know are. I can't stand digging through racks and racks of 1 or 2 of each item. And I think the clothes look like last season and aren't any cheaper than clearance at most stores. I have bought bras and household items like baskets or rugs but I can never find any clothes or shoes. I would rather raid the clearance racks at the mall than dig through the mess at Ross.
I spend hours and hours on Pinterest looking up recipes, decorating ideas, wedding themes, gardening how-to, humorous quotes and a ton of other things. I love that I can make boards and pin to each by category so when I need to come back to things I can find it. And I can share things that I really like with my friends by email or Facebook. I am so addicted to Pinterest :)
I use this gate to keep my yorkie on linoleum floor while I'm at work. It works great for her but I wouldn't try to keep a bigger aggressive dog behind it. This is my 3rd gate just like this because I kick it while walking by or drop it and it breaks. Not the best made product but you get what you pay for. Not the easiest gate to put up with one hand either. It works for me because I don't need much. My dog is scared of the gate even when it's just sitting in the hallway.