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Sunday, September 18, 2011

Sweet Tea Pearly Whites

I have to stop being a teacher momentarily, if that is possible, and tell you all about a great product I found in the store the other day. I don't know about you, but I have gotten addicted to McDonald's sweet tea. That extra "pick me up" in the morning is a must have before my 23 little seven year olds arrive at my door at 7:05 am. Well, I have noticed over the past 6 months that not only is the tea a light brown color, but my teeth are turning that color too. So the other day I was strolling through the store and noticed a new toothpaste that stated it would whiten my teeth. Well my poor tea-stained pearly whites needed some attention so I bought it. Yes, I know there are a ton of these miracle toothpastes out there, but this one seems to be doing the trick. If you have the same tea addiction I do, you might want to give it a whirl. It is working for me so far, hopefully it will work for you too.

Monday, September 12, 2011

I May Need Professional Help!

Okay, I was finding every excuse I could the other day to avoid writing my plans for the next week, when I decided to check out Vistaprint. Oh sure, I thought, how time consuming it be??? Well, 3:00am rolled around and there I was ordering "holiday homework coupons" for my kids. Yep, I got 100 for free. By the time my order was complete, I had racked up well over $100 in products. The best part is every item was free, and I only had to pay $29.48 in shipping. I bet you are thinking what in the world did she find to buy? Well, I attached a list and some pictures of my goodies. I'll be honest, part of the fun was designing the projects, the other part was the "Free Factor". Feel free to take a peek ... maybe my creations will get your creative juices flowing!

140 Classroom Library book Labels
1 Rubber Stamp
1 Pen
1 Huge Magnet for my Whiteboard
1 Hat
1 Pad of Sticky Notes
1 Banner
100 Post Cards
10 Note Cards & Envelopes
50 Oversize Post Cards

Disclaimer: Beware! Once you order from them, they will send you amazing emails for more free offers. And there in lays the point at which the professional help has to step in. I wonder if I should start a support group for Vistaprint users? Just in case you want to take a walk on the wild side, Vistaprint's web address is below: