Friday, November 21, 2008

Only The Good Friday - The One About Turkeys and Savings

It’s that time again, Only The GOOD Friday, time to spread some positive thanks to Shelly at This Eclectic Life.

I’ve actually had to dig deep for this one this week folks, because it’s cold out, I’m no longer on vacation, and there have been some pretty grim things surrounding me this week as well.

BUT, since it is “ONLY THE GOOD” Friday, and we’re supposed to spread joy, and good, and positivity, I kept digging.

And digging…

Really, I’m not in a bad mood today, so there’s got to be some good to spread, right?

And digging…

Life is good, I’m a positive person, I know I’ve got some good to share…

And…

AHA! I’ve got it.

Next week is Thanksgiving. Time for family and turkey and traditions.

One of my fellow SheWhoBloggers is having a Holiday Contest over at her blog
Lucky Dorito, and I think it would be great fun to participate. She’s looking for Our Favorite Thanksgiving Traditions, do you have one? Head on over there and see what it’s all about it. I’ll be participating, and putting up my tradition post next week, so come on back to check it out. And if you do participate, let me know, I want to read all about your favorites. By the way, there's PRIZES, and one of them? COFFEE... I thought that might get your attention!

Of course, with Thanksgiving, comes Black Friday, what my friend Shopaholic and I have coined “The Shopping Olympics”. We shop all year just so we can train for the Shopping Olympics.

But, if you’re going to venture out to the Black Friday sales, you must be prepared. So I thought I’d share with you a website that sends you all the ads and specials going on not only on that day, but from now until Christmas pretty much. CHECK IT OUT:
BFAds.Net

And in keeping with the sale information, because is there anything better than saving money, I’ve got another great website for you. You know those circulars and flyers you get in the Sunday paper? Well, I don’t know about you, but I love looking through those things. However, I don’t actually get the Sunday paper. But, now you can check out all the circulars and sales on-line.
Here.

OH, and one more thing…if we’re going to be spreading the good, and sharing and all that, how about you do a little something for someone else in the process? It will make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside, don’t you think?

Shelly, she who started Only The Good Fridays, is collecting “charms” for her
Good Medicine Project so she can send some medicine bags to kids with cancer at Camp Sanguinity. You don’t have to do much, but it will make such a big difference. Hop on over and see what it’s all about, won’t you? I’ve got my charms ready to go, just need to put them in the mail, which I will be doing next week.

Okay, well, that’s it, that’s my good for today. Go out there, spend time with you family, have some turkey, make some kids smile and save some money.

Happy Friday.

8 comments:

This Eclectic Life said...

Ah, sweet friend. Thank you for the plug for the Good Medicine project. AND for the shopping tips!

I rarely go out on Black Friday (in fact don't like to shop during December at all, either). I'm not a fan of punching out little old ladies who get it my way. I envy people who will brave such a day of shopping.

Thanks again for being part of Only The Good!

qualcosa di bello said...

i hope you are staying warm up there...it is very new england like down here the south today! thanks for the heads-up for lucky dorito's post

Thorne said...

"Good" stuff! I'm late, but finally up. Have a great weekend!

Dory said...

Hey sweetie... thanks for the plug! :o)

Pamela said...

I've never shopped on a friday after Thnksgvng...
.. is it something to put on my to do list, just to experience it?

Julia Smith said...

'We shop all year just so we can train for the Shopping Olympics.' - LOL!

Frances said...

Just dropping in to wish you andyours a blessed holiday.
I've got to give this Happy Friday thing a whirl myself.
Much bloglove,
Frances

Lil Mouse said...

I cant leap around to other blogs but i wanted to say hi and tell you i am reading when i can. i am thankful for a healthy baby and a happy husband. can't beat that.