Good job today Kelly! 179 items just form today .... wow!
updated, not as much as I would have liked but still some done.
You can also use them to wrap things for the freezer, or between layers of frozen food, cookies, etc. They are also good for the kids (cut the seams and lay them out flat) to play with homemade playdough on, no mess and you just wrap it up in the plastic when they are done. Nothing sticks to them, so they are great for lining lots of things - as long as you don't ever put it in the oven because they melt very quickly (yes, I sometimes do really dumb things )
Wow,you have alot to do today!!!! Good luck and will be waiting to hear the progress!
Thanks, It was a great deal, I wish they had more of them tho.
That's awesome Kelly!! Good for you.
Thanks for replying. Its nice to get replies to the threads.
The meat eating thing can be a hard thing, dh likes very little in vegies, and the same with the kids.
Good for you Kelly for getting the plan done. If you and your hubby on in it together you should have no problem sticking to it. Determination is the key.
P.S. I know what you mean about a meat eating family...we are too and that is where alot of our grocery money goes.
Patrick Dennis--he wrote my favorites--Auntie Mame,A Joyous Season and the best one, Genius.
I actually paid over $100 for genius, it was out of print.
Pride and Prejudice (you can't go wrong with anything by Austen)
Tom Sawyer, Huck Finn
To Kill a Mockingbird
Call of the Wild
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm
Shakespeare if you can manage it
most of these I enjoyed very much, but I hate Jack London
and don't forget poetry:
Dickenson, Frost, Poe, Milay, Shakespeare again
I actually have not spent any money since the new year came in...i dont think so anyway YAY LOL.
Oh TinyDancer, I forgot about Night! That was an awesome, awesome book!
Ha ha! Hey, you're $1.50 richer. And at least you didn't spend any money today! Woo hoo!
My top ten favorite classics are below:
1. Pride & Prejudice. Best. Book. Ever. If you like romance novels, this is the ultimate!
2. James and the Giant Peach. Childish, I know, but I used to check this book out of the library every week when I was kid.
3. The Catcher in the Rye.
4. The Count of Monte Cristo.
5. Wuthering Heights.
6. The Great Train Robbery.
7. All Quiet on the Western Front.
9. The Great Gatsby.
10. To Kill a Mockingbird. Another childhood favorite!
Pride and Prejudice
Have read 1984 by Gorege Orwell - hated it
1. Hans and the Silver Skates
2. Anne of Green Gables
3. Tom Sawyer
4. Tale of Two Cities
5. Jane Eyre
6. The Hobbit
That is all I can think of right now of the top of my head!
LOL! Good attitude Kelly! Think of it being $1.50 more toward your goal.
Well, I can say that Anna Karenia is NOT a must read - I hated that book.
As for Must reads: I liked gone with the wind and grapes of wrath.
I'm trying to read one "classic" a year, so I'm curious what other answers you get.