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PinTest, Cowboys Locker Room & A Visitor

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I've pinned a lot of stuff on Pinterest, and recently I have started to test some of these pins.  I plan on sharing each bomb or success with you, and this is one of the successes!  Yeah!!

It is a sugar scrub that was promised to leave your legs silky smooth. 

The test results:  It worked!!  I really liked the scrub; it was easy to make and felt so good!  The recipe makes a pretty big batch for one person, so I will scale it down a bit next time.  Also, cleaning the bath tub after using this scrub isn't much fun.  But I am getting ready to try another pin that claims it makes cleaning the tub/shower easier.  We'll see!

Recently, we were able to tour the Dallas Cowboys stadium.  It is an amazing facility!  What was even more amazing was the tour guide that could recall how many seats, television screens, feet of handrails, etc there were throughout the whole stadium. 

We went to the Cowboys Locker Room, the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Locker Room, the press room, the field, and even had our photos taken on the field.  McD wanted to race Farmer Ribs from the 50 yard line to the goal line, but there was some debate whether one of them cheated.  The race ended early.

If you get a chance, you ought to take a tour.  Our next tour will be of the Texas Rangers ballpark.

Hello Spidey.

You know, for the longest time I watched this guy just hang from his web.  In fact, I thought he might be dead.  I grabbed a piece of water hose, and started aiming it at him and he ran.  He ran, I squirmed and ran in the house.  I still get the heebie jeebies just thinking about it. 

I have no idea what kind of spider this is, what he eats, or if it is a he or a she.  This photo was taken when I thought he was dead.  If you click on the photo it should show you a bigger photo, and then you can see just how close I was to it.  I think you can see its eyeballs. 

I wanted to feed it something, but I don't know what he eats, and I guess I just don't want to take the time to figure it out.  I never see anything in his web, so maybe he will starve and I won't have to kill him.  🙂

That's kind of what has been happening here. 

What's happening in your neck of the woods?

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  • Reply Shelly October 2, 2012 at 7:04 pm

    My Cowboy would be so jealous of your tour — but of your next upcoming one more than the one you just took. He’s a big Rangers fan! At least your spider is the harmless garden variety (and eats bugs). We get those huge wolf spiders that serve no purpose and you can hear them galloping across the floor — yes, INside the house! It’s that time of year . . .

  • Reply Muddah October 3, 2012 at 2:22 pm

    As much as I am not a huge spider fan, I have to say that your photo of this one is really nice! I’ve never truly looked at one that closely. Glad y’all had a nice tour. Bet it was pretty amazing. Hope you are enjoying the beautiful weather – I’m looking forward to the cooler temps that are coming this way this weekend!

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