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October 22nd, 2010 at 12:26 pm

Mom and I walked at WalMart this morning since it was raining. We really need the rain so that is good. While I was out I went to Safeway and King Soopers.

At Safeway I got 8 cans of Chef Boyardee ravioli for $4.24. These go to the food pantry. I also got a free deal of Yakisoba noodles after coupons - also going to the food pantry. I got 2 free Nivea chapsticks after coupons - I'm keeping these.

At King Soopers I got 6 more cans of Bumblebee tuna for free - going to food pantry. They have the large Symphony milk chocolate bars on sale 5 for $5. I love these and so does everyone else in the family. You can never find the milk chocolate in the single size here, only the dark chocolate. 1 each will go to my neices for xmas, 1 to my brother, 1 to my mother and 1 to me.

I got the latest edition of the All You magazine in the mail yesterday. I was doing their $25 a week food challenge back in June/July. They announced the winner in this episode, but they didn't give very many details.

They had a little article on how to save money on utilities. Go to whitefence.com to search out the best deals on home services in your area, such as phone, internet, television, gas and electricity. I live in a small town and in Colorado. There's only one choice for electric or gas so basically no choice. But it might be better for someone else.

I finished reading my book Master of Fire by Angela Night. Paranormal - Ok. Many of her other books are better.

2 Responses to “whitefence”

  1. Jerry Says:

    Sounds like you got some great deals. We received a shipment of tuna fish from the States recently, and it was a treat! Tuna here in SE Europe is selling for obscenely expensive prices, for some reason. I wish we had some insurance of options for utilities here, as well... they are corrupt and jack up prices in the winter, and there is no recourse. You pay it or you lose your heat!

  2. Joan.of.the.Arch Says:

    Curious that the magazine puts paid TV in the utilities category. I don't have a ready definition of "utilities," but I would not consider TV one.

    (Mind if I say something to Jerry? Jerry, I wish you would have a blog. Your situation always sounds interesting, living there in SE Europe.)

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