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Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Gummies For The Cure?

July 10, 2018

Good morning.  Today is looking quite lovely.  The sun is shining, there's a little breeze (my flag is waving in slow motion) and the temperature is eighty degrees.  Today will be a bit warm though, with temps rising to the mid nineties. 

Yesterday I got caught up doing a few things and never made it out to the Post Office or grocery shopping.  Well, the shopping can wait another day, but the Post Office can not wait.  I have birthday things to put in the mail.  If I can't get out today, I'll ask Joe to mail the packages for me.  Tomorrow is supposed to be cool, so that will make it perfect for shopping.

HSN never got back to me about whether or not they would let me ship items to my own address, so I called them yesterday.  At first, they said the answer was still "no."  When I asked about the fairness of this, the person on the phone hung up on me.  The second time I called, I got a busy signal.  That's never happened before. 

The third time I called, the lady in customer service said that she would see about changing my address enough to make it different from the tenants.  You know, by adding "rear" to my address, or a room number for the tenants.  She did not promise anything, but said that she would see about it.  In the future, if HSN has something that I want or need, I'll look to see if Amazon has it, and I'll buy it there.  Amazon has just about everything.  (I already looked up one product and found a better deal on Amazon, plus the free shipping.)

A while ago, I found an interesting fairly new product on the web.  It's called Miracle Gummies, or CBD (Cannabidiol), and it's supposed to be the cure-all for just about anything that might ail you.  It's main ingredient comes from Cannabis.  It doesn't get you high, it just cures you. 

This item was on the program Shark Tank, and here's a snippet that I found on the web. 

"Thursday, May 31, 2018 - It was the most watched episode in Shark Tank history when doctors' Daniel Patel and Eric Hernandez won over the Shark Tank panel.  Never before had the judging panel unanimously decided to each invest millions of dollars into a potential company.  After buying a staggering 25% share in the doctors company, the Shark Tank panel have personally mentored the pair, helping them undergo re-branding and re-packing of their amazing product."

Sound good?  I did a bit more research, and found the price.  $40, plus S&H, for a thirty day supply.  It sounds a bit high priced to me.  Although it might be a good deal for some folks.  Just thought I'd share.

A while ago, I mentioned that I ordered another copper ring.  This new one is set with pink Topaz, and it arrived a few days ago.  Isn't this pretty?  Not the wrinkles, the ring!


Rock painting is very popular in some places, and I found this really cute picture (on the web) of some painted rocks.  I think this is something that I'd like to try.  You paint the little rocks, and place them about for other folks to find.  Imagine the talent that went into painting all these adorable kitties.  They look so real.


I have a batch of small rocks on the porch that I use to put in the bottom of some of the plant pots.  I'm thinking that this might be something fun to do, on a cooler day of course. 

Now I need to do a few things around here.  Well, actually, there's a lot of things needing something, but I'm only going to do a few.  (Just trying to be honest)  On that happy note, I'll take my leave.  So, till tomorrow, Y'all have a fantabulous day.

Hugs, Edna B.

1 comment:

The Queen Jester said...

It's too bad they are making it so difficult for you to order. Oh well, their loss...Amazon's gain.