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New Blog Address!

Blogelina.com offered a Mother's Day Promo to raise money for cure.com and moved Mom of Many over to it's own self hosted site today.

If you are interested in blogging, go to blogelina.com and check out her $1 deal to get your blog up and running. She has set up two of mine in the past: Adark Holsters and Love My DIY Home.

I highly recommend her – let her do the tough job and you stick to writing amazing blog posts!


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Love My DIY Home

Love My DIY Home is Finally Here!

My newest venture is finally ready to be announced.

I’ve worked on it for a year now and would love it if you would join me at (wish I could do a drum roll)

Love My DIY Home

A site for the wanna-be DIY’er, almost DIY’er, thinking about bein’ a DIY’er and already doin’ DIY’ers

This is my passion and I hope it will be yours too.

That's me - Val @ Love My DIY Home

That’s me – the one super excited about the possibilities of sharing oodles of great projects with you!

If you decide to join our DIY tribe, you can expect tons of free: tips, tutorials, ebooks, product reviews, word art, how-tos, project examples, etc. – the sky’s the limit as to the things I’m going to cook up for you! I have some great things planned and those who join LMDH here will get started on the freebie whirlwind immediately.

Goodness, I was so excited yesterday that I signed up myself and my DH (which by the way will be contributing a bunch of guy stuff too)!

All you have to do is give me your first name and email address and then sit back and wait for the freebies to grace your inbox (there is an unsubscribe on every email just in case you get bored with me!). I certainly don’t want to be one of those annoying emailing fools that clutter people’s inboxes! So feel free to unsubscribe any time – we can still be friends!

If you have any questions, email me at val@lovemydiyhome.com. I promise to email you back!

So what are you waiting for? Jump on board and get your first free gift:

Top 5 Tool List - Love My DIY Home

{a one page list of my most used tools, all under $6}

While you’re here, leave me a comment and tell me about yourself and if you have been or want to be a DIY’er.

Here are a couple of examples of my DIY projects, tips, & tutorials:

Don’t Trash Your Old Brass Decor! 
Ugly to Lovely – Mason Jar Shelf
Old Tissue Box Re-do Old World Style
Pantry Organization on the Cheap

Take a moment, won’t you and come check out Love My DIY Home?

Thanks for stopping by!

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Request a free audio version of the KJV Bible here, while supplies last, one per family.

Thanks,  Money Saving Mom


Want A Place of Quiet Rest?

6a00e552792fa288330120a5593278970c-piClick here to download A Place of Quiet Rest, a beautiful piano arrangement CD, currently available for free. Thanks to The Deal Scoop and Money Saving Mom.

Guilty as Charged!

Today Jillian and I went shopping all day. It was our last fling before she leaves for college Saturday. It’s become a tradition with us. We stopped at Walgreens to take advantage of the body wash that was $3.99 with a $4.00 Register Reward. We were friendly with the cashier so she kind of considered us kindred spirits when Jillian told her she was a cashier too. After we paid and went out to the van, we decided to go back in and use our $4 RR on B1G1 gum. We were standing in the snacks aisle trying to figure out what was the best deal on gum when the cashier saw us and started up a conversation about those who take the WAGS deals too far. Jillian and I exchanged looks and knew we were in for some fun.

The casher went on to say that she disliked shoppers who thought it was OK to “rip off” Walgreens by coordinating their purchases so they walked out of the store not having paid anything. Oh, and it gets better. She said, “and they even have a website that tells shoppers how to do this, can you imagine such a thing?” Once again, Jillian and I exchanged glances saying with our eyes, “Don’t you dare start laughing or I will lose it!”

She ended with a, “And I just think it’s awful when they take a picture of the things they got at Walgreens and post it on their blog, bragging about how they ripped Walgreens off! Don’t they understand that I need to be able to keep my job? How can Walgreens stay in business if they keep doing that?”

We shook our heads and gave her looks of sympathy all the while knowing we were the “rip off” artists she was describing. What she doesn’t know, won’t hurt her, right?

Oh, after that admonishment, I feel so guilty….. NOT!  hehe

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