Funny thing is, a 3 year old doesn’t really understand the concept and gets up at 5am!!! So I was up early this morning. I’m sure you are wondering what frugal goodness I was up to at that early hour. Uh, nothing. Absolutely nothing. I made coffee and sat on the sofa and read while… Keep Reading
Archives for October 2006
1/2 Container of Yogurt Graham Cracker 1/2 Bologna and Cheese sandwich Tomato soup (made with milk) Chocolate pudding (made in small Tupperware) Raw Broccoli & Ranch dip Pink Milk
Well, apparently we are having fashion flashbacks to the 1980’s lately, and legwarmers are back in. I guess if you are a dancer they never went out (dancers were the ones to invent legwarmers ya know). Anyway, I was over at “Crafty Gift” post with the knitting patterns. She is a frugal fashion blog and… Keep Reading
Today for all those local readers I wanted to write about the Pumpkin Festival in Norwich NY. Serendipity interviened! While I was googling for a link, I happened upon this website called “YES!-Safe Choices for Kids” sponsored by Senator Libious. The quote from the website says: “YES!, formerly called YESCAP, remains a unique drug and… Keep Reading
Pumpkin Bread with Butter (thanks MOPS!!) Pink Milk Homemade Lunchables (ie crackers, cut up cheese, cut up bologna) Carrot Sticks w/dip (ie ginger sesame dressing-I was out of ranch) Bread and Butter Pickles (thanks Betty!) Homemade Chocolate Chip Cookies Orange Kool-aide
Well, better late than never. I’m sure those hardcore Festival of Frugality fans out there have already followed the link I posted earlier over to Pragmatic Finance and read the entire Festival. Those of you who haven’t yet, here are 5 of the 25 articles that caught my eye. VicPick has information about a “student… Keep Reading
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Well, I want to at least post the link! I’ve been busy working on my presentation on Frugality for my MOPS group tomorrow. So I haven’t actual had a chance to read it yet. . . . I’ll try to write my review later.
The Festival is not yet posted over at “Pragmatic Finance”. I’ll try to get my post done once it is up! Don’t worry, this week I didn’t forget. . . .
Cereal and milk (in her cool container) Turkey and cheese spirals (aka a tortilla with turkey lunch meat and mozzerella cheese, melted for 1 min in the microwave, rolled up and cut into slices.) Apple Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies (from the freezer) Bread and Butter Pickles (homemade from a girlfriend) Lemonaide