Where Dani writes about… just about everything!
For the longest time, I’ve had the insatiable itch to get out of the house and do something. However, I’m sure that most of you already understand why I might want to do that — being the caregiver of two small children under the age of five, and two sons at that, my life can get a bit monotonous sometimes. Although going to college in the hopes of attaining my bachelor’s degree has broken up some of that monotony, I still can’t help but want to get out of the house for just one day. Understandable, isn’t it? At the suggestion of one of my good friends, I’ve been looking into the tickets that Ticket America sells online.
Not only does my friend have a car, but she’s even suggested a few places that we could go. She’s already hinted that she would like to go to the Arco Arena or the Rose Garden Arena with me, and so I’m thinking about those two places. Personally, I would like to go to the Pepsi Center — not only is it one of the closest centers to my house, but I’ve had a lifelong love for Pepsi that could probably only be satiated by going to the Pepsi center. But there’s also the Tropicana Field, which is closer to my friend’s house. So many choices!
As a matter of fact, that’s what I like best about TicketAmerica.Com. Not only do they have a breadth of choices — you can even get tickets to go to the Yankee Stadium if you want — but their website is incredibly easy to navigate as well. You can look for the hottest events or group searches by the band or singer that’s playing there, or you can do what I’m doing and look for tickets based on the location of the events. I can be weird like that, wanting to go to events based on where they’re taking place, but that’s just me. I love to travel.
Texas has apparently passed a law making it an illegal act to attempt to impersonate someone by means of e-mail or on social networking sites. I’m still not sure why this managed to fly under the radar in my blog posting habits for so long, but it did until today. Then again, I would be lying if I said that I couldn’t see why such a law would be useful in the wake of the importance of the two aforementioned things — again, e-mail and social networking. E-mail is now one of the most primary mediums used in getting a hold of someone if you can’t give them an actual phone call for whatever reason, and nearly everyone and their respective mother uses social networking. I see the point.
Since our last water filter has broken, I’ve taken to the Internet searching for a new one. To me, having a reliable and working water filter has been one of the single best investments that I’ve made as a parent to my two children. Since water is so important to their growing bodies, it should be no wonder that I want to give them the best possible water while I’m keeping them hydrated. And having found puriteam during one of my searches, I’ve decided to go with their water filter. Not only does it boast three years of clean water before needing a filter change, but it’s also guaranteed to work for life as well!
It really eases my mind to know that this drinking water filter has received the PTPA (Parent Tested, Parent Approved) award. On top of that, it’s only $99! The Puriteam tap water filter also provides much cleaner water than even bottled water does as long as you remember to keep the filter clean, and I’m sure we all know how much bottled water costs to buy. This really is a worthwhile investment! That being said, I’m going to buy this counter top water filter as soon as I possibly can. It shouldn’t take me too long to save up for it.