-Despite technically warmer temperatures on Saturday, both yesterday and today have felt a fair bit warmer. Sadly, neither of these days has been accompanied by the sunnier skies of Saturday.
-Yesterday was Family Day in Saskatchewan. Though I tried talking Jeannette into a day trip to Montana and North Dakota (Plentywood and Williston in particular), we spent most of the holiday cleaning the house. Despite being a little disappointed that we didn't manage an international adventure, I'm quite happy that we did some long-overdue deep cleaning.
-One task I didn't finish yesterday is folding all of the laundry that I did. Guess I should get down to that shortly (and because I've also changed the sheets since then theres even more to fold).
-In most cases I feel as though if I'm not completely unreceptive to ads, I'm relatively unreceptive to ads. There are many companies whose ads I know I've heard thousands of time (if you listen to podcasts you know which companies I'm talking about) that I have no interest in patronizing.
One product, despite the low production qualities of most of its ads, I've long been tempted by is CLR - a product that promises to de-calcify household objects. Even as a child I found this product tempting, though because St. John's has relatively soft water how or when this liquid would be used was never entirely clear.
Since we've lived in Regina the uses for a product that might de-calcify a household objects have become a little clearer.
Since first buying some CLR for Jeannette (so that I could clean our kettle) I've had the pleasure of using this product and observing that it works as advertised and did exactly what I wanted it to do. It was strangely satisfying to finally buy this product after so many years of ads and then find that it works as advertised.
Oddly, I'm not sure that I have similar feelings about many of the other products I've seen ads for on a regular/daily basis for the past 15 years.
Cameron - 6
Neil - 0