Saturday, May 29, 2010

THANK YOU! on this Memorial Day.


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Almighty God We stand before you in supplication, Asking Your Divine mercy and protection, To envelop with Your invincible armor, Our loved ones in all branches of the service.

Give them courage and strength Against all enemies, Both spiritual and physical, And hasten their safe journey, Back to their homes and families.

If it be Your Holy Will That they be gathered to Your bosom, With the eternal vanguard of the saints, Let their journey to Your everlasting arms Be swift and painless, Where they may stand in honor and glory, Praising You for all eternity.


Monday, May 24, 2010

Cereal and FREE Milk!

RUN don't walk to your nearest Target!

They have a GREAT deal on buy 3 specified Kelloggs cereals and get a FREE Gallon of Milk! My Target was selling them for $2.59 a box and if your lucky enough to find the $1.50 off 3 Kelloggs it sweetens the deal even further! Imagine 3 boxes of Cereal and a gallon of milk for around $6? Unheard of these days!

Cats and Dogs....

Who ever said that Cats and Dogs don't get along? Here is Danny Boy all snuggled up with his BFF Max in Max's bed basket. These two really get along and follow each other all around the house. Kind of glad the little guy has someone to hang with beings that the other two cats don't want to be bothered with the pup.

Friday, May 21, 2010

San Giorgio Pasta Quick Cook Coupon


$10 Scrubbing Bubbles Auto Shower Cleaner IP

WOW! $10 Scrubbing Bubbles Auto Shower Cleaner IP

There is also a BOGO Auto Shower Cleaner Refill IP. Sorry, I don't know the price of these.


These are current. I just printed off my own batch!

And when your finished printing those don't forget to scroll down and sign up for the HomeSolutions coupons for offers on AirWick, and Lysol products!


Sunday, May 9, 2010

No Love like a Mother's Love

There is no love, like a mother's love,
no stronger bond on earth...
like the precious bond that comes from God,
to a mother, when she gives birth.

A mother's love is forever strong,
never changing for all time...
and when her children need her most,
a mother's love will shine.

God bless these special mothers,
God bless them every one...
for all the tears and heartache,
and for the special work they've done.

When her days on earth are over,
a mother's love lives on...
through many generations,
with God's blessings on each one.

Be thankful for our mothers,
for they love with a higher love...
from the power God has given,
and the strength from up above.


Wednesday, May 5, 2010

New Air Wick coupons

This is current. I just printed off my own batch.

Select N. America and then USA then look for coupons.


A Few Of My Favorite Things...

Today was a GOOD DAY! I stopped into one of my favorite Prim Shoppes only to find that Tina, the owner, was having a 50% off $ale.. YEAH for me!

The Crooked Mile located in Washington, New Jersey is one of my favorites to shop in. So if your ever in that area, this shoppe is an absolute MUST!

Take a look at all the goodies I got at 50% off!

First up is a large Prim Bunny...isn't she beautiful?

Then there is the "Patriotic Prim Bunny" who is equally adorable...now the only thing is how do I keep inquiring little puppy paws away? LOL!

And I FINALLY found the Checkerboard Sign I've been looking for!

I also picked up a Prim fridge note pad and some Prim magnets for the fridge. All in all it was my LUCKY day and at 50% who can resist?

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Happy May Day!

May 1st , often called May Day, just might have more holidays than any other day of the year. It's a celebration of Spring. It's a day of political protests. It's a neopagan festival, a saint's feast day (St. Joseph the worker), and a day for organized labor. In many countries, it is a national holiday.

In medieval England, people would celebrate the start of spring by going out to the country or woods—"going a-maying"—and gathering greenery and flowers, or "bringing in the may."

Another English tradition is the Maypole. Some towns had permanent maypoles that would stay up all year; others put up a new one each May. In any event, the pole would be hung with greenery and ribbons, brightly painted, and otherwise decorated, and served as a central point for the festivities.