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October 29, 2008

Grocery Game Confession.

I have to admit, there's a fine line between stockpiling, and hoarding. And I came close to crossing it tonight.

But, y'all!

How could I pass up Children's Advil, regularly $6.99, on sale and with my coupons, for $1.99? I mean, wouldn't it be less sane of me NOT to buy ten boxes of that? With four kids, we'll use it all, eventually. I have saved Future Me lots of money, right? And when the Future Kiddos get Future Fevers, I can Futurely Treat them!

It all makes perfect sense, see?

Nobody better be writing a letter to Oprah right now about me.

(By the way, that works out to be a savings of $50. Now go on, delete that letter. That's a new pair of shoes for Mama. No way is that crazy.)

The Coupon Life | By WonderGirl | 12:01 AM


You're awesome!

Posted by: Teri at October 29, 2008 12:56 AM

I'm assuming you checked the expiration dates on them. After all, what good will they be if they're expired by the time you get around to using them? :-)

Not sayin' anything: just talkin'.

Posted by: RevJATB at October 29, 2008 9:22 AM

Good till 2010, my friend.

Posted by: Anonymous at October 29, 2008 10:32 AM

You aren't alone. If you peeked in our medicine cabinets, you would find not one, not two, but six bottles of Robitussin. Walgreens paid me $8 to take them all home. How could I say no?

Posted by: hollie at October 29, 2008 11:44 AM

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