Saturday, August 22, 2015

Stain and Odor Eliminator

Whew, another busy week for me.  I absolutely  find it hard to find time to sit down and blog these days.  I was planning on writing some reviews yesterday but I ended up doing laundry and canning tomatoes before we did our  first family fitness walk  race over at Marland Heights.  Today, my husband asked me to go with them in Pittsburgh but I told them that I have so many things to do here at home.  So I stayed and cleaned our  carpet instead.  
 I have this Rocco and Roxie Supply Company's Stain and Odor Eliminator from  As you may know, we have  two  dogs and used to have two rabbits that we take inside our house during winter times.  I am so glad that  has professional strength  to completely removed pet urine in the carpet.  truly knows how to package products to avoid  being damaged  during the shipping process.  I love that the the bottle  is still sealed.  So when you order this online, you don't have to worry about  leaks.
This  stain and odor eliminator  has natural bio-enzymatic formula that permanently eliminates  pet urine odor.  We now have  a guinea pig which my kids truly adore but whenever they take him out of his cage and let him run around the carpet, he sometimes pee in the carpet which  makes me  unhappy.
I am so glad to have this because it doesn't only works in carpet but it also works great on upholstery.  The best thing that I love is that it is safe to use around  kids and pets.  I tried it first at  the corner side of our dining room  where our rabbit keft us a remembrance of his existence there.  That   got cleaned so well and it did not  change the color of the carpet.
So glad,  was able to do my  cleaning today because I can  sleep in tomorrow, whew.  This product really works in cleaning our  carpet and eliminating the pet odor so I would recommend this to those with pets at home.

Update, the kids spilled some  coloring  paint  in the living room so I cleaned it today and it turned out  spot clean.
Disclosure: The owner of this blog was NOT financially compensated to write this review.  I was provided with the products mentioned  in exchange of my honest  opinion which may differ from yours.  

Thursday, August 20, 2015


I used to have  big sun flowers in the front of my house and the yellow birds love them.  I dunno what haoppen but one year,  nothing came back anymore so I did not bother planting again.  This year, I got one which I did not plant.  I guess a burd drop a seed in my garden and  it grew.  It's not the typical  sunflower that I used to grow (mammoth kind) but I was glad I got one as it might be a start again for many more next year.  
I thought it will only have one  flower but I was surprise that there are multiple small flowers that grew agter the  big one.
 I read something about it onlune that it might be cause by a larvae infestation that's why instead of getting a big one, you get multiple small flowers.  I guess they are right with the infestation because  something is earing the petalsd of the sunflower.
 I tookk these shots when it opens up a couple of days.
I will save some seeds if the  buirds t does not eat them all.

5 Most Luxurious Hotels in America

Every big city in America features some truly stunning luxury hotels. Some stand above the rest because of awards, customer service, amenities, or facilities, as different types of travelers want a wide range of things in luxury accommodations. The five hotels on this list span the country, and each offers a different luxury experience. Get ready for your next adventure, or simply dream about taking a pampered vacation as you read.

The Palazzo - Las Vegas, NV

Along with a spa, spacious guest rooms, and several pools, the Palazzo sets itself apart from other luxury hotels by offering the Prestige, an amenities package and luxury hotel experience within the hotel that's ultra-exclusive and offers top-notch pampering. The Vegas location means the Palazzo has lots of entertainment: Several shows are always running and they have events constantly. Ride through the Grand Canal on a gondola or visit some wax celebrities at Madam Tussaud's.

Auberge du Soleil - Napa Valley, CA

The award-winning Auberge du Soleil offers first-class luxury in Napa Valley. Each room and suite has a beautiful view of the valley, the hillside, or the garden. The hotel features a day spa and an outdoor pool and cabana at which guests can have cocktails or wine. They also have a wine program and a well-trained staff. Taste wines from all over the world and focus on the best Napa Valley has to offer.

The Waldorf Astoria - Chicago, IL

Sculptures, high ceilings, and a stunning chandelier grace the lobby of Chicago's Waldorf Astoria. Its 189 guest rooms and suites have in-room fireplaces, luxury Italian linens, and bathrooms with bathtubs and TVs in the vanities. The Waldorf Astoria is known for its exceptional customer service and its day spa, which offers a wide range of packages from single treatments to day-long relaxation.
Photo isn't mine

The Grand Del Mar - San Diego, CA

With a long list of awards from respected travel sites and magazines, San Diego's Grand Del Mar is known for its outstanding luxury. The Mediterranean-themed resort has 249 guest rooms, among which are spacious suites and truly decadent villas. Amenities include crystal-clear pools, a golf course designed by Tom Fazio, and a five-star spa. The resort also houses six restaurants and live entertainment.

The Wentworth Mansion - Charleston, SC

This 5-star Charleston luxury inn is located downtown in a historic building from the 19th century. Its 21 guest rooms are all uniquely furnished and sized because they used to be bedrooms belonging to the family who built the mansion. The mansion looks beautifully historical, but the amenities are luxurious and modern. Guests will enjoy European linens, whirlpool bath tubs, turn-down service, and an on-site spa. Definitely a welcome departure from the typical chain hotel experience.

Once you've figured out the best places to live, it's time to hop on a plane and start exploring the best places to stay. No matter your idea of luxury, be it a sprawling resort or an intimate historical inn, something on this list is likely to strike your fancy.

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