Monday, July 11, 2016

Seeing Savannah with a Nano-Ice Cooling Necklace

  

I truly think the nano-ice cooling necklace helped me to enjoy Savannah Georgia with my family last week (heat causes me to turn into a noodle, MS).  

Yes that is my 2 year old grandson pushing me around in my chair.  Talk about fun!!

The necklace sure helped me to survive the 100 degree heat of Savannah for 2-3 hours at a time before it melted.


Disclaimer:  I received this item 50% discounted to review it.

12 comments:

Sandra said...

you are in my home town, and looks like you are on River Street having a blast, what a great idea, did not know thye had ice necklaces... i need one for here.

DUTA said...

It sounds and looks great! (It is not specified whether they also sell it internationally).
With all due respect to the necklace, it is your grandson that steals the show with his pushing of your chair. He's adorable!

Connie Arnold said...

Great photo! Looks like lots of fun. I didn't know about those necklaces. Thanks for sharing. I'm like you turning into a limp noodle in the heat.

Ginny Hartzler said...

Your grandson is so cute pushing that chair! I have heard that Savannah is gorgeous.

Elephant's Child said...

Love that necklace. MUCH more stylish and attractive than anything I have seen.
Sigh on the limp noodle front.
And your grandson is gorgeous. Which you know.

Karen Mortensen said...

Glad it worked for you and you were able to enjoy yourself.

diane b said...

Thats a good idea to keep cool. Cute grandson. I shiver at the thought of an ice necklace as we are having cold weather today.

Gail said...

Hi - and good for you good times and forever memories MS did not win !!!
Love Gail
peace...

awb said...

I'm looking into getting a cooling vest, but you rock the necklace!

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

I am glad to see where you had a good time. I went through the area several times while driving a big truck years ago, but I do not remember all that much of the details. My wife's great(x?) grandfather, Piere Chastain) owned a slave auction house up the road in Charleston way back when. No, that is certainly not something to be proud of, but I find the historical significance fascinating.

My Odd Sock said...

Interesting necklace. Looks as though your grandson may need a necklace for himself---he's working hard!
Keep on rolling!

Small Kucing said...

if they shipping to Malaysia, am sure many would wanna buy

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