Coupons for the Community

This blog is for showing the goods gotten for free (or really cheap) using coupons that were provided by friends and family. These goods are then distributed to people in our community to whom I feel God has called me to serve for one reason or another. I am not a writer of any sort, a super couponer, or a very good blogger. I am just a child of God trying to follow what I believe He has called me to do. Whatever God has put on my heart on a certain day is what comes out in a post, so I hope it makes some sense and is not offensive or scrambled. If it is, it is only because I am a work in progress. Love to all, In His Name.

Friday, October 8, 2010

"Let He Who Is Without Sin Cast the First Stone." (John 8:7)





It is horrible to start your day by telling yourself that it is going to be a bad day, but that is exactly what I did anyway. I had finally gotten our baby to sleep through the night after my husband was off of work for 3 weeks. He went back to work (he works overnights) and my three-year-old decides to get out of bed and pay me a visit at 5 am, knowing he isn't supposed to get out of bed before 7 am. "Did you have an accident?" "No." "A bad dream?" "No. Where's daddy?" The baby decided to get off of schedule by screaming all day and my three-year-old decided to disobey at every opportunity. Needless to say, when my husband woke up at 5:30 pm, I told him I needed to get out of the house. This doesn't happen very often, but this is the
second time since became the mother of two that I needed a sanity break.

Walgreens and Walmart made me feel much better! The great deals are back! A very friendly woman at a new Walgreens helped me out even though they were short-staffed and stocking as quickly as they could, breaking up my orders so I could get as many Register Rewards as possible, but I do miss my Charlotte at Harmony and College! At Walmart, there was a very angry customer at Customer Service and the guy behind the counter kept apologizing to me for taking so long. I just wanted to give him a hug (he was the big teddy-bear type). Sometimes I wish they would invent a shot you could inject into people that would calm them and make them see that things aren't as bad as they seem. I would call the shot "Patience." The problem is, somebody would have injected me with the shot earlier that day and I might never have made it to the stores to get my freebies! "Let He Who Is Without Sin Cast the First Stone." (John 8:7)

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