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  1. zivagirl
    02-03-2013 10:00 AM - permalink
    zivagirl
    Thanks for the friend request.
  2. Zeeva
    10-03-2012 01:24 PM - permalink
    Zeeva
    I just read your wall. You went to vegas?!? Where are you originally from? How's the hubby and the doctor appointment thing going?
  3. Mooch
    08-12-2012 07:02 AM - permalink
    Mooch
    i've already told him I'm going to be making an appointment for him and that I will drag him in to the doctors office if he wont go by himself. Would be handy to have a husband who's a doctor
    We have lino and carpet, but unfortunately it's mostly carpet (we're renting so I can't change that, I'd love to have wood or tiled floors).
    I went to Vegas earlier this year, it's an interesting place.
  4. Zeeva
    08-12-2012 06:23 AM - permalink
    Zeeva
    I really would convince him to go see I doctor no matter how difficult it is...His health is very important and I'm sure you've tried to convince him but don't give up. Maybe try booking an appointment for him? You don't want his lungs to fibrose (I am not a doctor but hubby is and I think that's the term he uses). Maybe do some googling about it and scare him into it? I really hope you can convince him to go...

    Yes Dysons are fantastic! We have the hand held one. And then we have a Hoover Pet Cyclonic although I don't think the Pet Tool on there works well at all Do you have tile/hardwood floors/carpet all three? I like it because you can adjust the setting or hard floors vs. carpet and it just has great power. Plus I recommended the swiffer. Simple and great tool
  5. Zeeva
    08-12-2012 05:54 AM - permalink
    Zeeva
    If you have more questions about allergy stuff let me know. I can recommend our vacuum and a swifter (wet first then dry) works well to catch hair as well. Also talk to your doctor and see if he/she has any recommendations

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