Alien Attack Movie Marathon COMET TV Giveaway!

Comet TV Prize Pack

The Comet TV Prize Pack For One Lucky Winner Includes:

1 – Limited Edition custom designed Fidget Spinner: They are all the rage right now and there’s no better way to cool down when you’re hot under the collar and worried about the survival of the human species!
2 – Comet TV Popcorn Tubs: Munch your cares away with these two custom design popcorn tubs. Perfect to share with a friend or keep all the rations to yourself. You just might need it!
1 – Comet TV Cylinder Survival Bottle: During times of invasion you still need to hydrate. What if you were by a lake or stream while running from the aliens and didn’t have anything to put water in. Breathe freely my friends, we got you covered!
2 – Bags of Popcorn: How can we give you Popcorn Tubs without the popcorn. We’re not evil… Well…. Only sometimes.
1 – Limited Edition Comet TV Alien Invasion Collector Card: Warn your friends about the Alien Invasion with this handy-dandy card! Shout it from the rooftops, scream it from the top of your lungs… Or just share it on Facebook. Either way, this limited edition collector card is an awesome way to share the love!

DO YOU WANT TO BELIEVE?
This July marks the 70th anniversary of the mysterious UFO crash at Roswell, and COMET is going all out to celebrate. On July 4, we’ll be airing our Invasion: Alien Attack Movie Marathon beginning at 10am/9C, which includes such classics as Strange Invaders and Without Warning.

July 4th beginning at 10AM/9C

Invisible Invaders (1959)
at 10AM/9C

The Falling (1987)
at NOON/11C

Strange Invaders (1983)
at 2P/1C

Without Warning (1980)
at 4P/3C

Alien Autopsy (2006)
at 6P/5C

Sunday, June 25 – set up back-to-back for your curiosity,
The Prophecy Trilogy starting at 2P/1C

The Prophecy (1995) at 2P/1C
The Prophecy II (1998) at 4P/3C
The Prophecy 3: The Ascent (2000) at 6P/5C

Is there a more underrated movie franchise than The Prophecy? The series of fantasy thrillers stars the one and only Christopher Walken as the Archangel Gabriel, who’s waging a war between angels in an attempt to effectively turn heaven into another hell.

GIVEAWAY TIME!!

Good LUCK!! Giveaway open to the U.S. Only one prize package per giveaway no matter what blog you enter on.

Thank you CometTV for providing the programming and the prize package!! Disclosure: I received a free or greatly discounted product for the purpose of this review. The opinions are 100% mine. I have not been influenced in any way. I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials In Advertising. Questions or concerns please contact me at Connie@PeanutButterAndWhine.com

10 Little Additions to Add BIG Flair to Your Home!

 

Raise your hand if you love watching HGTV.

We watch these shows and drool over the possibilities of a home renovation but come to the realization that our budget isn’t quite flexible. Well, let me tell you that there are plenty of ways to add flair to your home which is both inexpensive and easy-to-do.

Here are ten different home improvement additions you could do this coming weekend:

Patching the Yard

Brown patches are ugly and hurt your curb appeal. Consider using Nature’s Seed grass seed to touch up spots and add thickness to your yard. You’ll also find wildflower seeds available which give the yard a nice touch of color and variance.

Painting the Trim

The house could probably use a once-over in terms of painting but that’s costly. A cheaper alternative that gives the home that “pop” is touching up the trim. This may require a single can of paint and supplies and a few hours of your day.

Landscape Lighting

A few, key-placed lights in your lawn can create a dramatic effect on the look and feel of your home at night. It also deters burglars! Spotlights, floodlights, walkway lights, and accent lighting come in a variety of intensity and colors. These items are easy to install and rearrange.

Plants, Flowers, and Bushes

A little bit of landscaping goes a long way. I recommend starting off by going to a home improvement store and look in the way back at the dying plants. These can be rejuvenated with a little care. They’re inexpensive, too. Otherwise, plan the design, shop around, match the plants to your region, and you’ll soon have a yard that’s turning heads.

Paint a Room

When’s the last time you’ve painted the inside of your home? Maybe never. It’s time to update the styles and add new dimensions. Check out FB design groups, Pinterest, and interior design blogs to get a few ideas of color combinations and contrasts. Pick up your supplies and go at it one afternoon.

Power-wash

Rent a power washer and scrub down the driveway, walkways, siding of the house, and if you have a deck. It’ll give new life to these features by removing the dirt, grime, and algae that have been forming on the surfaces over the years.

Declutter

Give the home a facelift by cutting out all the stuff that’s taking up space. Start slow and make your way through each room. Divide the items into keep, donate, and trash. With clutter removed you’ll feel openness. The room becomes inviting and the eyes are drawn to its best features.

Add Furniture

Take a trip to a home improvement store and look at the options for outdoor furniture. A complete set is a couple hundred dollars but can add an appealing, welcoming addition to your outdoor areas. It’s like adding a new room to the home but on the outside. This completes the yard and will certainly cause envy from the neighbors as you’re kicking back and relaxing on a bright and sunny day.

Plant a Garden

A garden provides fresh fruits and vegetables for you and the family — and creates a rustic look for the home. A raised bed garden or small greenhouse adds a nice talking point for neighbors and visitors. It’s a win/win addition to the home that will spruce up the outdoors.

Ditch the Carpet

It’s okay in the bedrooms but carpet is an eyesore and a pain to maintain in high-traffic areas like the living room. Vinyl, linoleum, and hardwood are great options that immediately improve the appearance and value of the home. It depends on the type of room and materials you desire but this can be an easy weekend project if you take one room at a time.

What little additions would you add to your home to give it extra flair? Share your suggestions with a comment!

Fun In The Sun!! #WaterWubble Style GIVEAWAY!!!!!!!!!!!

It’s Day 5 of Summer Vacation. It’s HOT. It’s time for some water sports!!! HELLO Water Wubble!!! A water balloon that can be reused over and OVER and OVER again!!  The Water Wubble doesn’t pop! AND doesn’t need to be tied!!
Water WubbleIf you have kids you no doubt have seen or heard of Wubble Balls, Wubble Bubble Ball, Super Wubble, or Wubble X. and NOW?!? Water Wubble which truly has become our favorite!! The Water Wubble is the newest product and it’s GREAT fun!! So much better than those balloons that come on a stick. Those never seem to all expand in my opinion. While the Water Wubble isn’t truly a water balloon because it doesn’t explode or break it’s more like a water ball?

It’s still so much FUN!!

Per 6-year-old Alice Water Wubbles feel squishy when they are empty and even more squishy when they are full of water. The Wubbles are easy to fill up. Using a bottle of water was easy, but holding the Wubble under water was even easier; so easy in fact that 2-year-old Charlotte was able to fill her own Wubbles.


There are several ways to fill the Wubble, submerging it in water, pull the valve out and fill with the faucet or even pour in water from a bottle with or without the valve pulled out.

When you push the valve back inside the Wubble it automatically closes. The valve acts like a flap and keeps the water inside; until it either hits the ground or another person. Or in 4-year-old Caleb’s case is squeezed out into your own face!

So? Does it work?

Yes and no. The Water  Wubble doesn’t seem to splash out the water when it’s thrown. Sorta, because the kids were drenched within minutes but that was more of them pulling out the valve and squeezing the entire contents of the Wubble onto each other. Now, do they splash out all the water if someone older and stronger than the 6 and under crowd throws them? Well, I don’t know, a screaming fit ensued when I tried to take a Wubble to test. It was NOT worth the fight!! Sorry guys! I love ya all but I was enjoying the down time while they played.

WHINES

I LOVE this set!! The Water Wubble arrives with 8 Water Wubbles. Enough for 2 teams. Red team, blue team. The kids needed absolutely NO explanation or assistance to fill or use. I just handed them empty Water Wubbles and they started using them immediately.

GIVEAWAY TIME!!

One lucky winner will win their own set of Water Wubbles!!!!!!!!!!!! Good LUCK!!!
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Disclosure: I received a free or greatly discounted product for the purpose of this review. The opinions are 100% mine. I have not been influenced in any way. I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials In Advertising. Questions or concerns please contact me at Connie@PeanutButterAndWhine.com
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