I get home and make the batter and say to drop in some chips. Ok, well, some is a lot to a 7 year old, but it was better that way. Here are some pics of what turned out to be MY BEST PANCAKES EVER!!!! YUM!!!
Not too bad if I do say so myself. Here is a basic run down of all we got. Anna and I had fun.
*Two loaves of bread 1.47 each
*0ne pair of running shoes for Anna $10
*6 packages of glue sticks at 20 cents each
*6 boxes of crayons at 1 cent each
*6 folders at 25 cents each
*Book for Anna free
*2 donuts and 1 milk $3.54
Okay. So the glue sticks had a limit of 3, but when you get your child to check out and she's old enough we can get six. Same with the crayons. Limit 3, but Anna also checked out, so we got six.
Anna really needed some new running shoes that fit and they were listed in the Wal*Mart flyer for $9 so we went to look. Of course, knowing my luck, we could never find the sale shoes, but the ones she got were only $10, so I figured that was pretty good.
Krispy*Creme was NOT on the list of places to stop at, but one place, not listed, didn't open till 12 and I needed a potty break, so we went on over. Of course you can't use the facilities without buying at least one donut. LOL!! We got one each and shared a milk.
Barnes*&*Noble has a summer reading program and if your kids read 8 books and write their favorite part of the book down, you take that in and the kids get a free book from a certain selection. It was great!! Anna loves to read, so what better encouragement than a free book.
Anyhow, that was our fun of the morning. We got some good deals, most of which we will donate to a back to school drive or two for less fortunate kids and we had fun at the same time. When the money ran out, we came home. And yes, I only took $20. I had 50 cents in my purse, so it may be just over 20, but not too bad in my opinion.
Have a good week all. Take care and thanks for reading!