Entries from September 10, 2006 - September 16, 2006


Weekend Update

Did you hear Walmart is ceasing their layaway program? Some are upset, but I personally haven't used layaway since the early 90's!! I know it works for some people but I think it's an outdated concept.

Win a trip to NYC, Tide to Go pens and more

Sign up for a FREE Senseo coffee maker

Free Snausages Photo Calendar Use upc codes 07910012190, 03000002950

Download a free episode of Desperate Housewives, Lost or Grey's Anatomy (limited quantites)

Take a trip and save- Greyhound has coupon code urban for $20 off $20.

Free Beechnut baby bowl with newsletter sign up

Free sample of Kotex pads

Free sample of Pledge Multi Surface Wipes

Jergens lotion 3 pack of samples


Mid-Week Update

I was at Target today and school supplies are 50% off. I suspect they will be 75% off by the weekend. So if you are looking for school supplies be sure to check your local Target.

Gymboree 30% off- 9/15-9/17/06

Win a home from Martha Stewart

Blockbuster, free rental printable coupon

Babies R Us $5 off $25+ printable coupon- 10/15/06

Free Gain sample

Scoop Away $2 printable coupon

Free Rachael Ray cookbook, limited quantities!

Free book "Green With Envy"- First 100 People Receive a Copy

Check out the October issue of Glamour for tons of offers:

~Old Navy $5 off coupon for adult denim or skinny pants
~2.5 ml sample of new Palmer's Olive Butter Formula with Vitamin E lotion
~20% off at Aerosoles stores
~FREE Bath and Body Works Breathe product (up to $12.50 value) with a purchase of $10+
~15% off fall tops at Armani Exchange


9/11- We Remember

I've been looking at the calendar the last few days, thinking 9/11 is coming up. I remember 5 years ago, I was at work when it happened. When I heard a plane hit the building, I thought it was a minor accident. I didn't realize it was a terrorist attack. Then I heard they had hit the Pentagon and a plane crashed in PA. That's when everything came together that our country was under attack. My husband works in a major city near here and all I could think was they were headed for us. Everyone left downtown and I left work early and stayed home, watching tv for hours, not sure what to make of the whole thing.

In the mid 90's, I attended college that was within a few hours of the city. I used to go there about once a month with friends to have fun. NYC was one of those places that seemed like nothing could conquer or destroy it. Then to have thousands of people die in an instant, in such a horrible way, seemed incomprehensible.

My heart hurts today for all those families that lost someone so tragically. And my heart hurts for our country. Remember them today. Light a candle, proudly fly a flag, give your spouse and children a big hug. Never forget 9/11.