September 27

4 Faves – Version 28.0

Posted by lori . 5 Comments



 This is my favorite coffee maker cleaner because it removes stains and oils as well as lime, calcium & other water deposits.

Genie Bra

 This is my new favorite bra.  It’s supportive, the straps don’t fall down, it has a smooth silhouette under your clothes and it’s SUPER comfortable.  Added bonus…very inexpensive.  In fact, they’re down right cheap.

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How did we ever live without these things?


It is horrible when your pet is scared of thunder.  Freedom is VERY scared of thunder and fireworks.  She would spend thunderstorms in the bathroom, shaking so bad it would break your heart.  Enter, the Thundershirt.  The Thundershirt  is a compression garment for your pet…like swaddling a baby.  It works for many types of anxiety, not just thunder.  The best thing, the Thundershirt is 100% guaranteed.  If it doesn’t work, you can return it for a complete refund.  Freedom still likes to ride out storms and fireworks in the bathroom, but she doesn’t shake, she’ll come out of the bathroom if you call her, and she’s calm enough that she takes a nap when I toss in her bed.  I can’t recommend this highly enough.  An added bonus…it can be used as a Halloween costume.  Check out Bunny from Tales and Tails as “Super Pink.”

Freedom:  “I’ll model my Thundershirt, but I’m not looking at the camera.”


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5 Responses to " 4 Faves – Version 28.0"

  • houndstooth says:

    Ha ha ha! I can’t believe you remembered her Super Pink costume! The Thundershirt has been wonderful for us, though. I’m so glad I spent the money — it was well worth it! Even when it’s NOT being used as a costume!

    The Genie Bra looks a lot like the Hanes Bandeau bra that I recently found. They come in packs of two and are pretty cheap as well. I agree, they are really comfortable. It was a life saver for me this summer when the air conditioning hasn’t been working at school!

  • Tooki says:

    Oh, that thundershirt sounds pretty amazing, never knew there’s such a useful invention, thanks! Wonder if it can be used for humans…?

    • lori says:

      Tooki…It’s interesting that you said that about humans. They mention on the Thundershirt website that pressure shirts are used by people with autism to relieve persistent anxiety and by children with certain behavioral problems to relax and focus. Isn’t that fascinating?

  • houndstooth says:

    Bunny will tolerate just about anything! I’ve been VERY lucky in that respect!

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