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Me (staring at her purchases and thinking, Hey, I have a coupon for that!): Hey, I have a coupon for that! Do you want it?
Her: No, I think I have coupons for it all. But thanks! Sorry I am taking so long, trying to figure out coupons. Go in front of me.
Me: No, I am going to do the same thing! Go ahead.
Her: Do you read the blogs about this?
Me: I mostly read Money Saving Mom. Do you blog?
Me: Great! I’ll have to get your address. Let me write mine down for you. Wish I had my [outdated] business card. [hands her slip of paper]
Her: I read you!
Me [jaw drops onto floor]: You’re kidding. Who are you?
Her: Triplets Are a Joy.
Me: [notices three children of similar size running around] Ah! Awesome! [tries to avoid doing a celebratory dance that people! read! my! writing!]
Really, Shelly, it was great to meet you and I hope I didn’t distract you from the CVSing endeavor too much.
And as always I’m happy to announce, I got some great deals! I needed milk storage bags, which were priced at $10.99 at CVS. With all my coupons, ECB, and CVS extra coupons ($4 off $20, $2.50 off a painkiller product), I paid about $7 for the bags, toothpaste, Kleenex, Bayer asprin (which I can’t take, but it was a moneymaker!), and shaving cream for Mr. V. And I got $6.50 back in ECB. Wahoo!