Showing posts from July 12, 2009

Review ~ Love is Hell

I picked up Love Is Hell because I am a fan of Melissa Marr. I read short stories when a favorite author has written one in a compilation book, but I normally don't love them. Love Is Hell is an exception, I really enjoyed the stories!
Sure, love is hell. But it,s totally worth it. In these supernatural stories by five of today's hottest writers—Melissa Marr (Wicked Lovely), Scott Westerfeld (Specials), Justine Larbalestier (Magic or Madness), Gabrielle Zevin (Elsewhere), and Laurie Faria Stolarz (Blue is for Nightmares)—love may be twisted and turned around, but it's more potent than ever on its quest to conquer all. From two students who let the power of attraction guide them to break the hard-and-fast rules of their world to the girl who falls hard for a good-looking ghost with a score to settle, the clever, quirky characters in this exciting collection will break your heart, then leave you believing in love more than ever. Stupid Perfect World by Scott Westerfeld …

Travel Products from Travel With Me

Do you travel on airplanes or know somebody that does? If the answer is yes, keep reading ...

Most airlines do not change their pillowcases after every flight. This is a part of cost cutting, so the majority do not change pillowcases or blankets between flights. Pillows often end up on the floor, and are loaded with dirt, germs and drool.

How gross is that? Especially if you travel with kids! Travel with me has created a must have product It is called Jet Heads. They are disposable pillow cases for travel sized pillows.

JetHeads™ Disposable Airplane Pillowcases are made of a soft and comfortable, non-woven fabric and come 2 to a pack. JetHeads™ are made in the USA.The pillowcases are very nice quality for a disposable product. They almost remind me of those allergy cases you put under your pillowcase on regular pillows. You can get a 2 pack for $5.95 or 8 for $19.99. They are geared for children, but seriously if you ever use an airplane pillow, I'd use one of these regard…

Summer Reading Log

If you are crafty at all, you might enjoy this Summer Reading Log by Shimelle over at 2peas.

I probably read to much to do this exact book, but I definitely want to take some ideas from it. Right now, I'm logging my books in a notebook I picked up from Michaels. This is so much prettier though :)

I love the free library cards download offered, have to use those! I actually think I might do something more similar to this version.

Review ~ ikookie Organic Baby Cotton Clothes

ikookie baby clothes are made with 100% organic cotton, grown with natural fertilizers and free of toxic chemicals. Their organic cotton baby products include bodysuits, t-shirts, yoga pants, sleepsuits, blankets, towels and more.

100% certified organic cotton ~ good for your baby's delicate skin and the environment.

So, what is organic cotton? Organic Cotton is grown and harvested without the use of agrichemicals. Strict testing ensures the absence of contaminants like nickel, lead, heavy metals and pesticides.

When ikookie contacted me about doing a review a checked out their website first. I was thoroughly impressed with both the clothing, the pricing and the materials used in the products.

I was sent the short sleeve lap t-shirt with the ikookie logo on it for review. The top is well made and super soft. It has a very small tag on it that is sewn in on both sides. It isn't one of those annoying large handing ones that drive kids crazy. It has a nice thickness to it, just…