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Thanks!!

Thank you, Thank you, Thank you to my friend Jane and her sister-in-law.  They had a class last night done by grocery smarts (click for the website) Oh my goodness!  I am going to save so much money I can't wait to start shopping and build my food storage at the same time.  If you want to see the website click above and then put in this passport. g84csg that is for UT.  If you want more info or want to do a class the girls name for this area is Stacy Gill  (801) 840-0660.  They will do a free class at your home.  If you host I think you get free gift cards to shop with!!  They also can get you a discount on the Sunday paper so you can get the coupons!!

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Jill said…
I am so excited, I can't wait to hear all of the details
Jane said…
I am so happy your are excited about it. If you ever feel frustrated or think it isn't worth it, PLEASE come over. I want you to love it as much as I do.
Jane said…
Oh, and I didn't get to talk to you much last night. I was thinking how cute your hair is! I meant to tell you that. We need to have Peyton come play one of these hot summer days. I will call you, she is so cute and so good and so easy to have over.
I have really been needing to start couponing. One of my best friends does it and loves it. I think that I am going to check it out. We will have to talk so that you can tell me more!

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