Free Milkweed Seeds:
Plant your Milkweed seeds today!
Send SASE (Self Addressed Stamped Envelope) to:
Kathleen Bills, 719 E D Street, North Platte, NE
I will gladly share my seeds, so you can help save the Monarch butterfly!
Fall is here–shop at your nearest thrift stores:
We (Eleanor and I) recently made out very well last Saturday at the Bargain Bin and Salvation Army thrift stores in North Platte, NE.
The Bargain Bin was celebrating their annual Boo Day. Shoppers took advantage of their $3 bag sale, including free bags of fresh baking potatoes, kale, green beans and other veggies.
We nabbed a striking queen, heavy, burgundy coverlet with a green floral border at the foot $3, an insulated, pea green/white hooded jacket $3, plus the lovely, mauve, white and blue, hand crocheted Afghan $3 (shown below).
After lunch, our next stop was the Salvation Army thrift store. Once again, we hit pay dirt. While there, I picked out a queen, pastel floral sheet set $2.99 and an utterly beautiful pair of hand embroidered, white pillow cases with hand crocheted edging $3.99. I don’t think the pillow cases had ever been used!
Check and see what your favorite thrift store has to offer, so you can get ready for winter too!
Attention is the most basic form of love; through it we bless and are blessed.
— John Tarrant —
Update on my Amazon Sales Associate position:
After writing to Amazon inquiring about my status, I learned that I have three months left in their trial period.
Their records show that I have had thirteen hits (someone hit one of my links in my posts), and no sales.
They suggested I hype up my Amazon links, so I could generate sales.
My blog is designed to connect with people about a simpler, less consumer driven lifestyle.
Don’t you HATE it when you read a blog, only to see ads popping up left and right? I also dislike when the author pushes one product, class or meal plan repeatedly.
This week, I will not have Book Nook. That is the only area I plan to insert an Amazon link. You may visit an earlier post for their link.
Thanks for dropping by. Kathleen