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squeaky clean

March 9th, 2008 at 12:27 am

i had yesterday off and went to Denver with mom and dad

Got one book at Borders for 25% off. Made a list of 10 more to get from library.

Went to Container Store and got a Laundry hanger and a very cool watering can.

Went to Walgreens and got 16 bars of Ivory Soap for $8.60 and got two $4 Register Reward reciepts. Soap breaks out around 4 cents per bar instead of the normal .50 cents. That's how you beat inflation Smile but you need to do it hundreds of times on the various things you buy.

I also picked up Colgate Total toothpaste which is FAR and I had a .75 coupon and I got Garnier Nutrisse moisturizer FAR with a $1.00 coupon.

Went to Claim Jumper for lunch. I had a baked potato and apple cinnamon muffin. Cost was under $10.00

Went to Target and got 1 book at 25% off and I bought A Tree Grows in Brooklyn for my oldest niece's bday. They had a new version out. It's one of her favorite books after I loaned her mine last year. I got 1 lb of walnuts for $5.99 - higher than last year, but cheaper than recently by .50 cents.

Got two $25.00 Borders GC from Discover for my cashback reward in the mail.

I finished reading the library book Blog Understanding the Information Reformation That's Changing Your World by Hugh Hewitt. Non-fiction. Pretty good

I read the library book Sizzle and Burn by Jayne Ann Krentz. Romance. Very good

I finished the library book Strangers in Death by J.D. Robb. Romance/Mystery. Excellent.

1 Responses to “squeaky clean”

  1. Carolina Bound Says:

    "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" was my favorite book when I was young. I re-read it several years ago, and loved it all over again. But the second time I was really struck by the resourcefulness of the mother while living in poverty. Pretty amazing!

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