Category Archives: Consumer Satisfaction

On attempting to be ‘organic’

In so many ways, it is time that the United States gets its act together and aligns itself with real world progress. There are so many areas in which we could become much more civilized and do what so many … Continue reading

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Day Two in Canada and the Aenid…

Our second day in Stratford found us having a wonderful breakfast at the B&B and seeing my colleague Adrienne and her husband, Les. Funny how although they live in Highland Park, I really get to connect with them while in … Continue reading

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Squishies

The ‘squishy’ is an interesting item and I believe that we are the only ones who call it that. It is a new item for toddlers and little ones that has vegetables and fruits in a squeezable form that they … Continue reading

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For the birds in Deerfield!

It has been about two months of the bird feeder experiment with our ‘Squirrel Buster’ of a bird feeder. I had decided that it would be nice to have some bird feeders but I really have not enjoyed them in … Continue reading

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TrackR Bravo – tracking your keys and important items

TrackR Bravo is supposed to be a way for a person to find lost keys, wallets, maybe even a dog. I saw it advertised on Facebook, way back when, and I ‘invested’ in it, without realizing I had. That non-realization … Continue reading

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