Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Costco Coupons 9/4/14 - 9/28/14
On Saturday we headed over to Jenny and Donnie's for a concert on the porch. The day was hot and so was the music. This is a group (The Gone Johnson Review) whose members started out in Wyoming back in the day. I know that Donnie (on the drums) and Amy and Corey (guitar on the left) came from there but I'm not sure about the keyboarder or the fiddler. These guys put together some really fine music and we enjoyed it immensely.
This is our friend, Donnie, who normally plays the drums. I'm sorry to say that we had to leave before he switched places with Corey. I would love to have heard him. Donnie has played rock and roll his whole career except for a stint in Viet Nam. Miss Jenny tells me that if someone needs a drummer over in Seattle he gets the call.
This is Mick (Mick Jagger) - one of their two pugs (the other one being Charlie (Charlie Watts), the pretty doggy girl). Mick really wanted to be on stage with the band. After repeated attempts to get him down they just gave up. After all, he does have music in his blood.
Okay - changing gears, here. There are several coupons that I'm going to take advantage of this time. One of them is Palmolive. I use it in my soapy dish brush and also fill my hand soap containers with it. I understand that they don't want us using antibacterial soap all the time. Also good in the aphid mix I spray on Don, the rose.
And if you are a Cetaphil user as I am, now is the time to stock up with a $4.25 coupon. It only goes on coupon a couple times a year so I hit it hard.
Here are my other picks:
Nexxus - $4
Keurig Brewed K-Cup Packs - $5
Pedigree Dry Dog Food - $4.50
Starbucks French Roast Whole Beans - $4.50
Kleenex - $3
Palmolive - $2
Kirkland Ultra Soft Fabric Softener - $2
Marie Callender's Chicken Pot Pies - $3
Cetaphil - $4.25
Listerine - $2
Colgate Total Advanced Whitening Toothpaste - $4
Breath Right Strips - $3 (think winter colds)
On Friday evening before a bunch of us went to see the new Helen Mirren movie we did a strange thing. We went to the hospital (Jefferson Healthcare) for dinner. Get this - the food was really good and it would set you back about $7 for a dinner or lunch. Arran Stark is the chef and he tries to use all local organic food for his menus. Miss MaggieMae, who knows him, says that you can find him at the Co-op and the Farmer's Market buying the very freshest food.
On the evening that we were there the menu was grilled flank steak, roasted potatoes, and corn on the cob. The steak was served with a spicy green sauce but the two that had the full dinner didn't try it. I would have been all over it. I had a bowl of cream of broccoli soup, a roll, and a homemade cookie. I also bought a bottle of fizzy water which exploded all over the table when I opened it making everybody real happy.
Anyway, this is premium food prepared with care at a good price. I will be returning. If you want to see the menu for the day you can go here.