Time to go through the weekly circulars again. Some items that look good:
graham cracker pie crusts 1.00
cabbage .39 lb
Kraft american chese 1.99
Minute Maid OJ 3/5.00
eggs 1.18 w/ store coupon
cheesecake mix 1.50
cream cheese .79
spiral sliced ham 1.99 lb
crescent rolls 3/5.00
The asparagus and cabbage I need for meals this week, the eggs I will need by the end
Knowing Too Much
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Your home is your oasis. Through your efforts, your house or apartment can become both a private sanctuary and a welcoming, serene, and healthy place to live in and visit. An organized and comfortable home can have a calming effect on you, your family, and guests, as well as be your personal escape from the rest of the world. Creating this nurturing space isn’t difficult. Even a household that includes young children or multiple animals can be a serene and
I'll be honest - until a few years ago I thought I was right most of the time. And not just about my life, but about what was best for others. I was humbled when I finally I stepped back and really listened to other people's ideas - I realized that while my conclusions and solutions might be right for me, they often weren't right for them.
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Updated 11-13-2008 at 02:40 PM by C@rol
My idea of paying bills took a turn for the worse. I was earning the money and paying bills as they came. Work is slow right now.
I have rent due which I should pay by Saturday and a electric bill of $100. I'm only earning about $25 a day right now.
I want to scream. I hope work picks up today.