A 4lb. pork loin
2lb. green beans(FIL's garden)
a bottle of pantene shampoo
a giant canister of dish washing tabs
4 bottles of Fab laundry soap
a quart of fried rice
2 contaianers of Edys ice cream
2 snickers bars
2 kit kat bars
2 hershey bars
1 take 5 bar
A free t-shirt for an event I have to help with for work.
Two free Tony's Pizza--Cheeseburger hot pocket things
Coupons in the mail for restaurants (which we'll probably never use!)
Also, two huge bags of tomatoes from my aunt's garden--we'll freeze these and use them this winter for stews, soups, and pasta!
What else I got free (the other post is probably on page 10, but it's just got one thing on it).
Regular size fruit smoothie, thanks to a coupon, from Jack In The Box.
Breakfast bowl, also from Jack In The Box, thanks to rewards points from a credit card (told you I was getting off the paycheck to paycheck living to pay off the credit cards -- sometimes I do better at it than others ... )
Gotta get back on the "don't put everything on the credit card" and back into just weekly fuel for the car and meds on there. I've made progress, but it's still plodding along slowly...
We went to a garage sale looking for small pieces of furniture for my daughter and my future SIL, we bought a older dresser for 30.00, it is a console like dresser with 6 drawers,in bad need of a new paint job and new knobs, they also had 2 other taller dressers that were out by their burn pile, we didn't know this, they told us, so I went and looked at them and asked them if I could have them,they said gladly. Brought them home and between hubby and future SIL, they will take the 2 free dressers and make 1, and what is left will make a nice little stand. Those 2 are so excited, they now have their future bedroom completely furnished.
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