Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Toy Story 3 Woody Costumes

        It is that time of year again when costume parties run rampant across the country and little tykes and not so little tykes dress up to go "Trick or Treating."  Finding an appropriate costume for your little one can be a real hassle, especially if your are like me and do not have a great appreciation for some of the ghastly apparitions seen around this time of year.  I would rather see my child in a costume representing a good role model or just an animal costume.  A couple of years ago my wife and I traipsed through store after store trying to find something that we could in good conscience have our children don and wear in public.  Of course, there was then the double-edged sword of fit and expense to consider.  After finally finding two costumes we could live with, we purchased them and went home only to discover they did not fit well.  Realizing there was no time to purchase anything new, we simply altered the costumes to fit.  Since that time, however, we have found the perfect solution to our problem.

     Recently we found a costume site that has some great costumes that really are good costumes, easy to fit, and nice to see on our children. We found this site that had some great Toy Story Halloween costumes from which to choose.  Now we simply order online and receive our costume in a very short time through the mail.   They have a great selection of costumes from which to choose. No longer do we have to wander through store after store looking for one or two items that we would even consider purchasing for our  sons.  What a relief! 

     After we received our Toy Story Halloween costume, we immediately tried it on my older son.  It was a great fit and looked fantastic!  We are extremely pleased with both the looks of the costume and the quality.  My little boy was so pleased with his new Toy Story Halloween costume that he even slept with it the first night.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Beat the Cold with a High Efficiency Furnace!

     With cold weather just around the corner, it is time to prepare for those winter months.  Trying to beat the cold while remaining financially solvent can be a problem these days.  Certainly one needs to have the most fuel efficient system available running on as inexpensive fuel as possible.  Including in that equation our responsibility to be ecology friendly, we have quite a task to find the best way to meet our heating needs for the winter.  Trane can help you meet all of these needs with one of their products.  The best way to prepare for the hostile, cold winds of winter is to purchase a high efficiency furnace from Trane.
     Trane produces quality products carefully engineered to meet strict  environmental guidelines and to provide a fuel efficiency which reaches 95 per cent.  Trane has worked hard to develop a product that will provide both a healthy and safe environment for you and your children.  Absolutely certain of their workmanship, Trane backs up its product with an ironclad warranty whether it be a furnace, a heat pump, air conditioner or air filter.  Another benefit of purchasing one of Trane's furnace systems is the tax rebate that is available upon filing your taxes.

Saturday, September 3, 2011

Around the United States part 2

Leaving St. Petersburg, I drove north into Alabama where I visited Fort Conde and the Charlotte-Conde House in the city of Mobile.  I also spent some time exploring the U.S.S. Alabama, a very large battleship.  After a good dinner, I left and drove to where the Battle of Fort Blakely occurred and hiked across that site and visited the infamous Hanging Tree before leaving to find a campsite for the night.  Settling in for the night, I enjoyed a good night's sleep before heading out early in the morning bound for Mississippi.

Driving along I-10, I was able to look out my window and  the beautiful Gulf of Mexico.    While I was on my way through Mississippi, I decided to stop to visit one of the Southern mansions along I-10.  Set on a beautifully landscaped lawns with colorful peacocks strutting around, this mansion was a sight to behold.  Inside the rooms were huge with a central winding staircase to the second floor where a ballroom was located along with the bedrooms.  The ballroom was huge with French doors that opened onto a balcony  that overlooked those gorgeous lawns.  In the back of the property there was a tiny pond with a fountain and a couple of wrought iron white benches. I then continued westward to seek a campsite for the night.
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