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July 23rd, 2006 at 09:10 pm

walked with mom for 55 min

Got groceries this morning, spent $35.30. Finally found the 20ct of Advil in stock so will get $3.49 rebated back, plus I had a $2 coupon thanks to flash, so made $2.00 on the deal.

The grocery store had ranier cherries, which I hadn't heard about before. They looked good and I wanted a sample, but I couldn't find a produce person, oh well, I wouldn't have bought them anyways, because they were $3/lb. Maybe next week I can get a sample if they are still there.

Went to Chilis for lunch with parents. Spent $12

Made oatmeal, harboiled eggs, tuna and chopped veggies for week.

I washed my hair this morning with the Herbal Essences shampoo sample I got yesterday. It came just in time since I finished the Nexxus sample yesterday. Anyways the Herbal Essences shampoo made my hair really big! I have very short hair that's layered. My top layers are up around 3 inches high from my forehead vs usually 2 inches or so. It feels kind of weird to me, but not complaining it's free shampoo. I guess if you want a lot of body it would be good to buy.

Our newspaper had a coupon for a free lb of hamburger at the Super Target in the Target ads. I probably won't get there this week, but my mom thinks she might go. She got a coupon too and if she goes she will pick up the hamburger for me. I wish we had a super Target that was closer to us.

Finished reading the library book A Simple Choice by Deborah Taylor-Hough. Simplicity. OK

2 Responses to “big hair”

  1. baselle Says:

    I have naturally big hair, heh heh. If I used that hair product I probably wouldn't get through the door.
    Rainier cherries (white cherries) are yummy but not 3$/lb yummy. IMO. Smile

  2. mjrube94 Says:

    I LOVE Rainier cherries. I'm not sure why they're normally $1/lb more than red cherries, but they are delicious. They go as high as $7.99/lb around here, but in season, you can get them $3.99/lb. Our ShopRite had them at $2.99/lb last week and I bought 3 bags...I've been eating them ever since! Like most fresh produce, best to buy in season when it's (more) reasonably priced and eat it every day, knowing you won't get it the rest of the year!

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