I am all for red velvet. Every year this is my birthday cake flavor, so when I came across these in Walmart I just HAD to get them to try. Can I say I am in LOVE with these? They're miniature so I don't feel like I'm really breaking my diet lol. Everyone else I've given them to agrees they're delicious and taste just like a red velvet cake with icing. My fiance and son finished the entire bag in about a day and a half. I've been on the lookout for them but I think everyone has caught on to the good flavor so they're sold out by me. I will continue my search though.
I went on a recent trip to Florida and flew down via American Airlines. The flight going down was great, but the flight up was the issue. We had a 15 minute delay at the gate and considering I was on a connecting flight, that was very concerning. I made my flight with 5 minutes to spare when the layover was suppose to be 40 minutes. The attendants were great and very friendly and gave my son all sorts of goodies (extra cookies and a set of wings). The free wi-fi was a plus in my book and with the download of an app I was able to watch movies for free (plus-plus). Overall I was very pleased with American Airlines but will probably be cautious with connecting flights.
I found this soap in Target and decided to give it a chance. I was not disappointed. The smell is sweet and I love the tear drop shape of the bottle (honestly that was the main reason I bought it.) I recently bought the sweet water and that one is equally as good.
I bought this backpack from the campus bookstore and I am very pleased with it. At a time I can be carrying 6 books plus a laptop, so my little shoulder bag was not cutting it. The one I got is called the "Houston" and definitely looks like it was built for college. The bottom has a different kind of material that is either to stand the weight or to keep the bottom of the bag from looking dirty. Compared to my old bag this one seems better at carrying all my books around; my back doesn't hurt as much now. The only thing I had a problem with is the price. I don't know $60 for just a backpack seems kind of expensive but if it lasts as long as it says it does I guess it's just a part of the investment process. Also there's a lifetime guarantee if the bag ever breaks you simply send it to them and they either fix it or will replace it.
This was love at first use for me. Years ago a friend showed me B&BW and they're awesome hand sanitizers- this was my first prlurcahse. I've also tried the body wash and body spray; they're okay but don't last as long as I'd like. Since I can no longer find this scent I've moved onto coconut lime breeze. Similar but nothing compares to your first love.
I've been with T-Mobile 4 years now and I've had my ups and downs with them. They have affordable deals when it comes to unlimited talk and text but the data is a bit of a stretch. I have "unlimited" data as long as I don't go over 1GB. This is easy to do if you don't have wifi available; it can take me about 2 days to do it and that's without touching the phone, period. They don't have service everywhere but that's with ALL phones; what I don't get is how can metro pcs work better and they're on the same network? I hate the new ways to get a phone- to me it's just a way to lure me into staying longer. No money down (you still have to pay tax and shipping) but you have to pay overtime or you can pay the phone in total- a newer phone is easily $900. Don't try and downgrade your plan because they consider it "breaking your contract" and you WILL be charged $300 even if you stay with them. Overall I hear the bill is better but there are little ways they jack up the price on you. Like I said it has it's ups and downs but I don't think I'd trade it for any other contract company.
I just love the smell of this sunscreen and the coverage is great. I normally apply it every time I go out but a couple days ago I didn't, and boy did I regret it. I was only outside an hour or so and burned my shoulders and back. Never again am I forgetting it. I am not one for lotion but this feels different; it's not greasy or oily and absorbs very quickly. I bought a little, reusable lotion bottle and keep it filled with Hawaiian Tropic.
I like the brand and the fact it's chemical free, but my biggest problem was the smell. Raspberry and mint are not a good marriage in my book, and personally kind of makes me nauseous. I would still recommend the brand and would probably try a few more products, as for this shampoo (and conditioner) not for me and probably won't ever try it again. Besides the smell, I didn't really feel this did much for my hair. I guess it's light for everyday use but I have oily, thick, long hair and I felt this wasn't right for my hair type. My other shampoo and conditioner lasts for a few days so that's what I look for in my hair washing products.