Monday, October 28, 2013

Wear your Oiler Pride

It happened again. We were out to breakfast with my aunt in Katy and a little boy came in with a Dallas Cowboys shirt. Well, she said to us in mock seriousness, the boy was under his parents’ influence, and unable to make his own decisions in clothing. As he was nestled into his high chair, she expressed her dismay with the Cowboys and harkened back to the days she had seats for Houston Oilers Games.
Since then, we have lost Bum Phillips. But, I acquired a “new” Oilers shirt for Aunt Anne through a company specializing in people like her. I mean, those who pine for a sports team that is no longer.
Prep Sportswear says they offer the largest array of custom fan apparel for football, baseball, basketball, hockey, soccer and more -
Now, there was no way when the Oilers played that we dreamed of the electronics we have now, but fans can sport that logo on hoodies, iPad, iPhone, Kindle skins and backpacks, blankets, scarves, towels and more. Personalize further for a just-for-you statement.
Go teams!

Going Pink and Sexy
If you want big, sexy hair, have you tried the product “Big Sexy Hair?” It’s in those super-tall red cans, but now, limited editions have a pink Ombre design to support breast cancer awareness.
Powder Play made my big hair bigger (I won’t vouch for the sexy claim) and Root Pump Plus has a little spout that looks like a fog horn for the same kind of look. My favorite is Soy Renewal, that puts a bit of smoothing power into my crazy curls. Big Sexy Hair Spray & Play Harder keeps it all in place, even during a walk on the breezy Port Arthur Sea Wall. Look good while you are helping out.
Five percent of net proceeds (up to $40,000) from sales of the special edition cans will benefit Look Good Feel Better (LGFB), a national public service program that helps patients struggling with the appearance-related challenges of cancer treatment. 

Now that’s a welcome
Years ago I saw a square wreath in a Martha Stewart magazine and every year since then I thought about making one. I haven’t. Thank goodness Creekside Farms can create goodness from lavender, sage and herby things that are hanging on my mom’s door now, providing an amazing fragrance and a peaceful view. Want a fall look? There is art in they way they arrange artichokes, magnolia pods and apple quince in bursts of color that welcome holiday guests. This California company can make lavender sachets for weddings and corporate gifts that won’t get passed on.
While they work the unexpected into their crafts, don’t worry, they can make a classic circular wreath, too.
Visit for a peek.

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