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- Sat Oct 10, 2015 3:57 pm
- Forum: Chat room
- Topic: Sticker Shock at the Grocery (again!)
- Replies: 22
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Like Jackie, we try to have at least one meatless meal a week ... usually pasta. (Though I got a nice eggplant on sale yesterday, so that's likely tomorrow's dinner.) I closely watch the sales ... we eat a lot of chicken, and pork prices have come down a bit here, so the sale prices have become much...
- Fri Oct 09, 2015 9:52 pm
- Forum: Chat room
- Topic: Five Weekly Frugal Things October
- Replies: 32
- Views: 8115
At my house ... We both packed lunches for work (and I got a free lunch at work on Friday during a staff function.) I've stashed snacks and tea bags in my desk to keep me away from the vending machines/coffee shop. Cashed out a rebate site; not much, but I'd rather have it in my pocket. Checked GasB...
Good evening ... cool, and looks like it is about to rain. Jackie, glad your DS is on the mend and that both boys have a safe trip home. Frustrating day at work ... am very glad it's the weekend. Also hoping I'm not coming down with a cold. But did get free lunch today at the staff meeting. Anyway, ...
Jackie .. glad your DS' shoulder is feeling better. Hope he's well enough to come home for Thanksgiving. Good evening .... cooler today, and we're supposed to have rain tonight. Have not been sleeping well ... I wake up, then can't get back to sleep right away. Don't know if it's the change in weath...
Good afternoon ... Very foggy this morning, but turned out to be a hot day. Couple of busy days. Had dinner last night with a group of friends from high school ... a good time was had by all. Trying to get the hang of the new job ... coming slowly, but getting better by day. It's kind of sobering to...
- Sun Oct 04, 2015 5:24 pm
- Forum: Holiday Planning
- Topic: Thanksgiving Plans Anyone
- Replies: 16
- Views: 6420
Might be the difference in harvest times ... the particular date has bounced around a bit, though. The U.S. didn't have a national Thanksgiving Day until 1863 -- President Lincoln designated the last Thursday in November as the holiday. But in 1939, Franklin Roosevelt declared it to be on the fourth...