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Monthly Archives: February 2012
First off, a big congratulations to Wendy for winning the Yoplait Cooler set. Wendy, I sent you an email to the one you entered with so please reply so I can get your prize off to you. MyBlogSpark sent me the same cooler … Continue reading
Swagbucks is celebrating their 4th birthday today with a 24 hour long bash to remember. The points will be flowing like candy out of a pinata and the presents and favors are flying thick. I have had the most fun with this site – … Continue reading
Today I heard about a website called feedthepig.org, an educational effort to teach the average American how to save money. Sponsored by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and The Advertising Council, the goal of the campaign is … Continue reading
Happy National Lactose Intolerance Awareness Month! This post has two purposes: the first is telling you about Yoplait’s new Lactose Free Yogurt. The second is to test Rafflecopter’s contest system. To do that I’m going to have to give away something. That … Continue reading
Today is one of those days and since this all began there seem to be an awful lot of them. The hot water won’t work again, part of the living room ceiling has fallen in due to an over load … Continue reading
I saw this up on my daughter’s Facebook wall tonight and it loved it. It sums up so much of my outlook on life. Frequently I’ve wondered why does it matter if the glass is half empty or half full… … Continue reading
Today’s post is pushed aside for my oldest son’s 15th birthday celebration. He’s a big, sideburn sporting football player now with biceps and BO, but it seems like just yesterday he was my little pint size snuggler that always seemed to … Continue reading
Today we finally got a washing machine – the days of hoofing clothes to the laundreadmats is OVER! Thus ends a two week long obsession with poring over Craigslist ads and calling strangers only to hear “Sorry, that just sold…” Apparently there … Continue reading