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  1. #1
    Carolyn Moen
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    Coupons for: Groceries Pizza Night Bowling for kids Movies and Books: The Public Library is full of wealth and knowledge Network with friends, have a book exchange. Magazines and Newspapers: What??? www your preference Public Library Clothing: Goodwill and Salvation Army: my stores have bag days, 1/2 off days and some items are far better than I have in my closet! Swap with a friend your size Kids? Have a Mom exchange day I am a divorced 55 year old. I am now sending my 3rd and 4th kids to college. I am fortunate that they got tons of scholarships...but Sallie Mae knows me by my first name! Just finished off my 2 older kids loans. Well...they have to take care of me when I am "OLD"!
    I am still struggling with debt, bills and such. I play Lotto at the same store week after week...I think their machine is broken...haven't won yet. But my kids always appreciated the sacrifices. Their best memories are...Movie Nights with English Muffin Pizzas on Thursday and popcorn from kernels (cheaper). Doughnuts from bisquits and Sloppy Joe Saturdays, "Stick Fish" Fridays...Wednesday spaghetti nights....Breakfast for dinner on any night thrown in when the cupboar affoded, Sunday a roasted chicken afternoon after Church, Monday...desert before dinner nite, and Tuesday...soup and grilled cheese. The main ingredient was love...second...fun. You can all do it. If I can...all of you can. Your kids will carry traditions on and hopefully have the extra money to bank. God Bless...Toots

     
    You rock. That's why Blockbuster's offering you one month of Blockbuster Total Access, No Cost.



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    tabatha palmer
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    the goodwill in illinois where i live has fill a bag

    for 5.00 on sundays. but it is the color tag they had

    for the week. but a brown paper bag full of clothes

    for 5.00 you cant beat that and they pack the bag

    beyond full.











    --- Carolyn Moen <nytoots@yahoo.com> wrote:



    > Coupons for:

    > Groceries

    > Pizza Night

    > Bowling for kids

    >

    > Movies and Books:

    > The Public Library is full of wealth and knowledge

    > Network with friends, have a book exchange.

    >

    > Magazines and Newspapers:

    > What??? www your preference

    > Public Library

    >

    > Clothing:

    > Goodwill and Salvation Army: my stores have bag

    > days, 1/2 off days and some items are far better

    > than I have in my closet!

    > Swap with a friend your size

    > Kids? Have a Mom exchange day

    >

    > I am a divorced 55 year old. I am now sending my

    > 3rd and 4th kids to college. I am fortunate that

    > they got tons of scholarships...but Sallie Mae knows

    > me by my first name! Just finished off my 2 older

    > kids loans. Well...they have to take care of me

    > when I am "OLD"!

    > I am still struggling with debt, bills and such.

    > I play Lotto at the same store week after week...I

    > think their machine is broken...haven't won yet.

    > But my kids always appreciated the sacrifices.

    > Their best memories are...Movie Nights with English

    > Muffin Pizzas on Thursday and popcorn from kernels

    > (cheaper). Doughnuts from bisquits and Sloppy Joe

    > Saturdays, "Stick Fish" Fridays...Wednesday

    > spaghetti nights....Breakfast for dinner on any

    > night thrown in when the cupboar affoded, Sunday a

    > roasted chicken afternoon after Church,

    > Monday...desert before dinner nite, and

    > Tuesday...soup and grilled cheese. The main

    > ingredient was love...second...fun. You can all do

    > it. If I can...all of you can.

    > Your kids will carry traditions on and hopefully

    > have the extra money to bank.

    > God Bless...Toots

    >

    >

    >

    >

    > ---------------------------------

    > You rock. That's why Blockbuster's offering you one

    > month of Blockbuster Total Access, No Cost.





    Tabatha L Palmer







    __________________________________________________ ______________________________\

    ____

    You rock. That's why Blockbuster's offering you one month of Blockbuster Total

    Access, No Cost.

    http://tc.deals.yahoo.com/tc/blockbuster/text5.com






  3. #3
    mem68
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    good for you, Toots.
    [quote]
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Carolyn Moen
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Tuesday, April 08, 2008 6:56 PM
    Subject: Budget101.com : ways to save


    Coupons for:
    Groceries
    Pizza Night
    Bowling for kids

    Movies and Books:
    The Public Library is full of wealth and knowledge
    Network with friends, have a book exchange.

    Magazines and Newspapers:
    What??? www your preference
    Public Library

    Clothing:
    Goodwill and Salvation Army: my stores have



  4. #4
    Kristin
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    Which Goodwill do you go to? We had one open up by St. Charles, IL and I haven't gone there yet. I might want to take a ride out if Sunday's is brown bag day! Kristin

    tabatha palmer <tabatha1973@yahoo.com> wrote: the goodwill in illinois where i live has fill a bag
    for 5.00 on sundays. but it is the color tag they had
    for the week. but a brown paper bag full of clothes
    for 5.00 you cant beat that and they pack the bag
    beyond full.

    --- Carolyn Moen <nytoots@yahoo.com> wrote:

    > Coupons for:
    > Groceries
    > Pizza Night
    > Bowling for kids
    >
    > Movies and Books:
    > The Public Library is full of wealth and knowledge
    > Network with friends, have a book exchange.
    >
    > Magazines and Newspapers:
    > What??? www your preference
    > Public Library
    >
    > Clothing:
    > Goodwill and Salvation Army: my stores have bag
    > days, 1/2 off days and some items are far better
    > than I have in my closet!
    > Swap with a friend your size
    > Kids? Have a Mom exchange day
    >
    > I am a divorced 55 year old. I am now sending my
    > 3rd and 4th kids to college. I am fortunate that
    > they got tons of scholarships...but Sallie Mae knows
    > me by my first name! Just finished off my 2 older
    > kids loans. Well...they have to take care of me
    > when I am
    "OLD"!
    > I am still struggling with debt, bills and such.
    > I play Lotto at the same store week after week...I
    > think their machine is broken...haven't won yet.
    > But my kids always appreciated the sacrifices.
    > Their best memories are...Movie Nights with English
    > Muffin Pizzas on Thursday and popcorn from kernels
    > (cheaper). Doughnuts from bisquits and Sloppy Joe
    > Saturdays, "Stick Fish" Fridays...Wednesday
    > spaghetti nights....Breakfast for dinner on any
    > night thrown in when the cupboar affoded, Sunday a
    > roasted chicken afternoon after Church,
    > Monday...desert before dinner nite, and
    > Tuesday...soup and grilled cheese. The main
    > ingredient was love...second...fun. You can all do
    > it. If I can...all of you can.
    > Your kids will carry traditions on and hopefully
    > have the extra money to bank.
    > God Bless...Toots
    >
    >
    >

    >
    > ---------------------------------
    > You rock. That's why Blockbuster's offering you one
    > month of Blockbuster Total Access, No Cost.

    Tabatha L Palmer

    __________________________________________________ ________
    You rock. That's why Blockbuster's offering you one month of Blockbuster Total Access, No Cost.
    http://tc.deals.yahoo.com/tc/blockbuster/text5.com



    Kristin
    Streamwood-Barrington and Bode


  5. #5
    tabatha palmer
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    i go to the one in chatham illinois.







    --- Kristin <holm_kristin@sbcglobal.net> wrote:



    > Which Goodwill do you go to? We had one open up by

    > St. Charles, IL and I haven't gone there yet. I

    > might want to take a ride out if Sunday's is brown

    > bag day!

    >

    > Kristin

    >

    > tabatha palmer <tabatha1973@yahoo.com> wrote:

    > the goodwill in illinois where i live has

    > fill a bag

    > for 5.00 on sundays. but it is the color tag they

    > had

    > for the week. but a brown paper bag full of clothes

    > for 5.00 you cant beat that and they pack the bag

    > beyond full.






  6. #6
    Tania N.
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    any good goodwills close to wilmette area? Winnetka has one but it isn't that

    great.



    Kristin <holm_kristin@sbcglobal.net> wrote: Which Goodwill do you go

    to? We had one open up by St. Charles, IL and I haven't gone there yet. I

    might want to take a ride out if Sunday's is brown bag day!



    Kristin



    tabatha palmer <tabatha1973@yahoo.com> wrote:

    the goodwill in illinois where i live has fill a bag

    for 5.00 on sundays. but it is the color tag they had

    for the week. but a brown paper bag full of clothes

    for 5.00 you cant beat that and they pack the bag

    beyond full.








  7. #7
    Ann Garner
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    At 01:08 PM 4/9/2008, you wrote:

    >any good goodwills close to wilmette area? Winnetka has one but it

    >isn't that great.

    www.goodwill.org has a locator thingie there.



    Ann in Arkansas







    BAR-SF






 

 

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