Monday, June 22, 2009

Bountiful Baskets

It's funny what can bring one out of blog hibernation. I can feel my foot in the stirrup, urging me to get back to the blog, get back in the saddle. Whatever, I don't even like horses- got bucked off as a child and laughed at while it happened by my father (need counseling about this), and just after I got engaged, found out about JBrett's love for the animal as he pulled a Jim Craig and took his Jessica for a mountain ride as she went into anaphalactic shock. Ha, Ha. Anyway, I've been itching to blog and my Saturday score seemed worthy of a post.
I always get a good laugh at those blogs where people people are fanatical about coupons, clip them like crazy, go to 4 different store, and come home with like, 100 $ worth of toaster strudel, mayonnaise, and anti- fungal toe cream for only 10$. I just don't know how they do it. Unfortunately, there are not many coupons out there for the produce section. Of course we all know I pack more than a few extra #'s, but I still love my fruits and veggies. I can go to Costco and spend 75$ in produce. Not anymore!! Thanks to Dawn and I'm sure a few other great women I can't name, Bountiful Baskets is now in Prescott. I was so impressed with what I received for just 15$ last Saturday that I thought it was worthy of a post and picture. I highly encourage all of you to check this out and see if it is in your area!
6/23- Just found out Bountiful Baskets is coming to BOUNTIFUL, UT.
All you B girls check it out!!!


The Dinner Belle said...

I am a believer too! I LOVE Bountiful Baskets. I swear I want to cry every time I come home with gobs of food for $15! Glad you're back on the blogging horse. ;) And that baby of yours is too cute!

Julie said...

Wow! I live in Bountiful--maybe that means it's in my neck of the woods? I'll have to check this out for sure.