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not you suppose they have inside sources at their advertising agencies?I know they aren't printed at the same place, because we print Leeker's. These similar sales seem to be happening more and more often though...except...Leeker's still does double $1 coupons about every 5 or 6 weeks. Dillons hasn't done a double $1 coupon in several years. But, with kids working at both stores, I go where the sales are. More often than not it Leeker's because it's closer and they are very friendly! I know almost all of the managers, and everyone treats you great. They carry groceries out for everyone! At Dillons, they usually ask you if you want help out with it, at Leeker's - it's not an option.

I am TIRED of cold weather! It was almost unbearable outside today. Poor Corby - he had to unload a truck that took almost 2 hours this afternoon and he was only starting to feel his fingertips at 7pm. Hope it's not frostbite! I know it's only January, but I AM READY FOR SPRING! How about you?


Lenore said…
Bone chilling cold is no fun when you have to be out in it for a few minutes, let alone when you have to work outside in it. Poor Corby!
Anonymous said…
I love this picture of Abby. I think all cats young and old like boxes or places high up that they feel in control. Rascal likes sleeping in the laundry basket on top of the dryer. She will stay there for hours. Rhonda
Rockyn Robyn said…
Well, it ain't me tellin'!!!

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