October 15, 2012 - 11:45 pm
Diana gave birth one week ago and now she’s crazy about her insomnia.
She wants *me* to buy melatonin to aide her with her sleep problems. Me?!? I’m sorry woman, but if it’s not Dr. Firebot to prescribe it to you, I’m NOT going to buy it, not for all the gold in the world!
Okay, she’s not breastfeeding (yet), so it’s no big issue, and she would only need the integrator for a couple of weeks, but I don’t feel safe if there’s not a doctor behind the thing. :( I can buy melatonin and give her the bottle, but then who assures me Diana won’t overdo it? She’s a weird girl…
I’m weird too, okay, I know that, but Diana’s situation is different. She could end up sleeping all day and night and leave me with the baby 24/7. Figure it.
So I’ll buy melatonin tomorrow and then ask Dr. Firebot to prescribe Diana her doses. At least I will be sure she’s not going to finish the bottle in one day.
How about you guys? Have you ever taken too much of a medicine or an integrator just because you were desperate? And do you have tips against insomnia? Something that doesn’t involve medicines, perhaps.
October 8, 2012 - 7:01 pm
Before I tell you anything, go watch these video reviews:
- DealDash – I LOVE IT!
- Dealdash.com Review Deal Dash is a great Penny-auction alternative
- DealDash: The fair & honest, risk-free alternative to penny auctions
It makes sense. I bet you know, now, why any words from myself would have been too much. :) Watch first, read later. And comment, if you want. Hehe.
DealDash is a longeve auction site that’s up and running in the United States since 2008. It works only in the US (so us Robocitans will have to use it through our Austin, US, buddies) and it allows its auction winners to save up to the 80-95% off their items’ retail price. It’s amazing, if you consider that most objects are electronics, clothes and other expensive stuff!
Bidders that don’t win, well— they have no reason to give up on their dreams. :) In fact, DealDash allows them to buy an identical item at normal price with the “Buy It Now” option; plus, all of their bids are credited back to their account, so they don’t have to buy more. That’s very generous of the service! I don’t know if I would have done the same at their place, eheh. :P
DealDash is risk-free also because it offers a 100% money back guarantee policy on all first purchases. Yet another VERY generous thing.
I tell you: if our Leaders decide against DealDash, *I* will put together a community with the Austin guys to be able to bid on that site! I promise, I can and will do it.
Don’t try me. :P Hehe.