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  • 3dogs&a-girl - Nice scrub, great ingredients

    This is not the kind of body scrub I'm used to. It's a little dryer and the salt particles don't clump together. That makes it a little harder to put on your body, as it falls out of your hand before you can fully apply it. Let's face it: all body scrubs are a mess to apply. That's why I do it in the bath, and not the shower. At least the bathwater contains the scrub. Plus, it's better to let the scrub sit on your body for a minute or so before you rinse.

  • JeMicheSunshine - H A R T Z = Pretty Reliable Products for Your Pet Family!

    These collars work and they are leaps and bounds less expensive than the other alternatives. Of course, regular flea/tick baths and use with organic flea/tick sprays, washing/vacuuming home and pet beds assists in part of our flea/tick free program. We replace them earlier than 7 months, just to be on the safe side. Try them and see.

  • Elizabeth Edwards - I love the stamp doodles throughout

    I love the stamp doodles throughout, I love the yellowing of the pages, gave it an old world feel. i read it on my kindle, i am guessing it is the same in the real life books? Love everything about it, such a great story. I know they are sort of similar, for me I pulled from or recalled the movie "Under the Tuscan Sun - 2003 "A writer impulsively buys a villa in Tuscany in order to change her life." with Diane Lane, love that movie, I love the idea of a lady travel overseas to find new love or to get over a failed life/relationship or whatever. Love the characters. One of my most favorite parts is Georgie Archibald trip on train. I so feel for her getting motion sickness, why will no one help her or change seat with her? I don't wanna give away too much, but that part, it so touching or that you can feel for her, sympathize. Must read. My 1st book read written by R.S. Grey ... going to add more books to my TBR list now. ( ;

  • Ross Bohlander - Great learning experience

    Great for learning, I've never held a guitar and it took me from the early stages of holding a pick and holding it to advanced techniques. I've played it for about a month and have a basic understanding. Pick it up if you want to learn without the pressure of an instructor.

  • M. Shea - Fine read for those not paying attention

    Balz does a nice job relating the highlights of the election, but fails where he had succeeded before in bringing insightful, behind the scenes revelations and nuances. If you paid close attention to the election during 2011 and 2012, there is not much in this book to get you excited. Even the quotes from "insiders" are predictable and largely banal. A good summary of events, but hardle a look behind the scenes that we've come to expect.