2 boxes of muffin mix ($.36/each)
6 jars of baby foor ($.06/each) (I think my husband panicked when he saw the baby food jars…hee, hee)
3 toothpaste (FREE)
Not a huge haul but every little but adds up, right?
I just received an email from Care 2 Action emphasizing how many charities will be overwhelmed with requests for help as the holidays approach. Food Banks in particular will be hard hit.
What can you do right now to help? I know what I’m doing. I am going to keep on couponing for good. If I can pick up 10 items each week, that will be close to 100 items by Christmas…see every little bit helps!
If you have any ideas of other simple, easy ways to help others, let me know. If we all do just a little we really can make the world a better place.
Peace Out Coupon Scout,
We first moved to GA three years ago. I wanted to make our first Halloween here special for the kids as they had been upset by the move. We went to a wonderful pumpkin patch with all kinds of rides and a corn maze. It was a blast. Before leaving I let each of my children pick out their own pumpkin. My oldest, 11 at the time, picked out the largest pumpkin he could carry. He slowly and carefully carried it over (possibly even rolled it over) to the scale to be weighed and was so proud of his obscenely large squash. I was not as pleased especially when I saw it ring up for $19…. FOR ONE PUMPKIN!
Needless to say, we no longer purchase our pumpkins at the pumpkin patch. We still go and take part in all the pumpkin games. We just purchase our pumpkins at ALDI….and look at these beauties. I got them for $3.49 each!