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Thanks for taking the trouble to rate my reviews. There's no need to thank me for E rates. Happy 2015!

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since 02/06/2010

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Palmolive Naturals Milk & Honey Shower Creme 05/03/2015

AWASH IN MILK and HONEY with PALMOLIVE NATURALS

Homebase Value Towel Rail 03/03/2015

A PLACE TO HANG (Homebase Value towel Rail)

Argos Bathroom Corner Storage Unit 02/03/2015

ARGOS BATHROOM CORNER UNIT-WHERE THERE'S A CORNER I'LL FILL IT!

Triton Trance Electric Shower 01/03/2015

SHOWERING PRAISE on the TRITON TRANCE

Neken Easy Tile Panels 28/02/2015

FANTASTIC PLASTIC with EASY TILES

Curver Pet Life Dry Dog Food Container 4.5L 25/02/2015

SMALL YET COMPLETE FROM CURVER

Yankee Candle Winter Wonderland 2014 Edition Gift Set 25/02/2015

Yankee Candle Lovers try this Edition-WINTER WONDERLAND Gift Set!

Prada Candy Florale Eau de Toilette, Spray & Body Lotion Gift Set 25/02/2015

PRADA CANDY FLORALE -WHERE DID YOU GET THAT HAT (BOX)?

Aqualona 5 Spray Mode Shower Kit 25/02/2015

AQUALONA 5 SPRAY MODE SHOWER SET HAS GOT THE POWER

The Queen's Theatre 17/02/2015

I'M A LOYAL SUBJECT OF THE QUEEN'S THEATRE

The Queen's Theatre ~~LONDON’S THEATRELAND~~ You might say that I am becoming quite at home at the Queen’s Theatre in London, of late. I remember first visiting this theatre a few years ago and I was impressed from the start. I have been to several of London’s theatres in the last few years and as a child I visited a fair few as, living in north London and then east London, travelling by bus to London’s west end was easy. The London Palladium was a theatre quite often visited by myself and friends, as a child and then as a teenager. I would go to see Christmas pantomimes at the famous London Palladium as well as sometimes receiving complimentary tickets for Sunday night variety shows. Ever since first seeing Les Misérables at the Queen’s Theatre it has been my favourite musical and my favourite theatre. In fact I have now lost count of exactly how many times I have been to The Queen's an seen Les Miz. I like the Queen’s theatre mainly because it has a lovely traditional feel to it yet it isn't too large and certainly doesn't feel intimidating. For me, its atmosphere feels somewhat cosier than many west end theatres. I mean, it isn't small but smaller than some I've visited where the stalls have different sections and some of the seats are at an awkward position to the stage. The Edwardian decor is beautiful (if you go have a good look up at the ceilings) and must have been very grand when first built. It has the ambience of a traditional London theatre. True it isn't the most modern ...

Salter 9081 SV3R 16/02/2015

SALTER DIGITAL SCALES GROAN A LITTLE LESS NOW

Jolen Cream Bleach Mild 12/02/2015

Jolen Creme Bleach - A Simple Home Treatment

White Diamond Sparkle Bathroom Wall Panels 05/02/2015

IT'S PLASTIC YET STILL HAS A DIAMOND SPARKLE

QD 150cm Cherry Tree With 180 White Bulbs 03/02/2015

CHERRY BLOSSOM ALL YEAR ROUND

QD 150cm Cherry Tree With 180 White Bulbs ~~LIGHTING THE FRONT PATH~~ I don’t know if it’s the same in your neighbourhood but where I live; those who actually celebrate Christmas often decorate their front gardens as well as the interior of their homes. I never used to do this, as my life felt far too busy around the Christmas season. I mean, I had four children who for many years were all attending different schools. And that really does mean a lot of nativity plays, Christmas carols, school open evenings and Christmas fayres that took place in their various schools and at their out of school clubs. Just thinking about it, even now, is still manages to exhaust me! But really, I do miss those years. Now that the children are grown up I would say that their Christmas activities are more likely to involve carols sung in a pub or perhaps at a work party. Nowadays I do still find that Christmas is busy, of course, but I do manage to find a little more time for those extras that are involved with the season. Besides, I think that these days people do seem to enjoy decorating their homes both inside and out and they seem to spend more time and maybe even more money on their seasonal decorations and adornments. A few years ago my youngest daughter asked why we didn’t decorate the outside of our home like some of the neighbours did. I said it was because we didn’t have an outside electricity supply. But it did get me thinking. Hubby and I had a chat about perhaps putting up some outdoor lights. Our first attempts at ...

Cerumol Olive Oil Ear Drops 29/01/2015

WHAT DID YOU SAY? Oh! Okay! Use CERUMOL Olive Oil Ear Drops

Cerumol Olive Oil Ear Drops THE NEED FOR CERUMOL OLIVE OIL EAR DROPS A few years ago my husband and I were preparing to go on a holiday abroad. We were due to fly to the island of Cyprus, which is flight of about four hours and twenty minutes duration. It wasn't very long at all before we were due to leave (I think less than a week) for our much looked forward to trip. Then we thought that disaster might have struck. My poor husband began to feel quite unwell. He was very dizzy. Then he had an earache and he could barely hear out of the ear that was hurting. (I don’t think his hearing is that great in either ear; this is probably due to many years of working in a very noisy environment) He isn't one to visit the doctor’s surgery. Even when it’s blatantly obvious to myself and our family that he really should make a visit to the doctor’s clinic he won’t go but, in this case, I just had to insist that he did go, thinking that apart from his well-being in general, if he didn’t seek medical advice and became worse he might not be able to fly at all. I thought he probably had an ear infection or was about to develop one, which needed quick treatment, particularly as we were soon due to travel by air. When my husband visited the surgery the doctor told him that his ear was very blocked and would need to be syringed However, syringing couldn't be carried out until he had applied olive oil drops to his ears for a few days as this softens the wax inside the ear canal. Apparently syringing the ears is ...
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