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    Good & Bad

    First, the good news. Good news is so much more fun than bad news, right? So, lets start with the fun stuff to help raise us up and then maybe the bad news won’t be so bad.

    The winner of the “Add up the Savings” event is……

    Colleen
    August 11th, 2010 at 11:43 pm · Edit | Delete | Spam
    I actually plan to get some Progresso Soup that is gluten free on the buy eight save $4 special. If the chicken and rice is not included that I will have to get soup for my family and “skip” it for myself!

    Congrats Colleen!! Please check your email & get me your shipping information.

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    More good news….my foot is cooperating nicely with my “Return to Running” plan. I am beyond thrilled that I am able to run, even if it is slow. I’ll take it.

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    Now, bad news. Trader Joe’s has temporarily discontinued their gluten-free French rolls. :( Sure, there are better bread options out there, but these rolls are really good used as a base for tuna melts or pizza. Also, under $4 for 4 rolls is a good price for gluten-free rolls. After speaking with 2 Trader Joe’s employees it seems as if they are looking for a new baker for the rolls. I suggested that they bring the Trader Joe’s English muffins into this region. They are available in other regions, just not Ohio. We will see. In the meantime, tuna melts will have to go on Food for Life English muffins or my favorite, Udi’s bagels. Good thing I can find Udi’s bagels at my local grocery store now and a special trip to Whole Paycheck Foods or Raisin Rack is not required.

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    And, the last piece of bad news….our A/C is out! ACK! It was 80 degrees in the house at 6:45 AM. The temp is supposed to reach 92 with a heat index of over 100. Fans are going and a mid-afternoon trip to the freezer aisle at Wal-mart may be in our future.

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