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Nov 25, 2009

Many things to be thankful for.

A quick thought to be sent out to the Universe. May God bless us all. I am so thankful for the love that surrounds me. Thank you to all my family and friends. You all make my life better than I could have ever hoped or prayed for. I am truly thankful.

Nov 7, 2009

Wonderful Fabulous Day!!

The weather could not be better!! Mid 70's and not a cloud in the sky. Perfect weather for getting the deals. We got 5 new strings of lights from HomeDepot!! Love them..they are super bright!!! Went to Chick-fil-A and bought a gift card for $20, got a free calandar with purchase of said gift card....every month there is a freebie Q. I was told that you don't even have to wait for the Q of the month...that if you wanted could use all 12 at one time!! Here is the other deal...if you want to just buy the calandar, I believe it is $6.99...more than worth the price when you consider the savings!!! Did some great shopping at CVS. Nothing really special..just got some deals!! Then, Kroger...oh how I am loving this Mega-Sale!! Did another great shop, getting 61% off in total! Jim found some green peanuts for sale at he brought some home to make boiled peanuts!! Pretty yummy! All in was and is a great day!!!

Nov 5, 2009

I think Santa will approve of this great ECO friendly deal!!

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Christmas Light Trade-In

Bring your old incandescent Christmas light strings to any The Home Depot store for recycling, and receive a $3 OFF coupon for the purchase of Energy Efficient LED lights!! (limit 5 discounts per customer)
Features & Benefits · Uses 80% less energy than traditional incandescent holiday lights· ENERGY STAR® qualified· Can last up to 10 times longer than traditional incandescent lights· Cool to the touch, reducing the risk of fire· Do not have moving parts, filaments or glass, so they are much more durable shock-resistant than other lights· The amount of electricity consumed by just one 7-watt incandescent bulb could power 140 LEDs- enough to light two 24 foot strings How Lights are Recycled · The light bulb coupler and the socket plug are manually clipped · Three byproducts result and four categories of raw materials· Each byproduct is independently shredded for separation, returning glass, HDPE plastics , and non-ferrous copper as well as ferrous steel· The prepared separated raw materials are then sent to licensed smelters for re-casting or re-molding, all in accordance with local, state and Federal statutes