Monday, August 22, 2011

Four Things You'll Want To Know About

There's some great stuff going on in the world right now! If you weren't having a fantastic day yet, check this stuff out and start yourself on turning your ordinary day into a fantastic day.


1) Free Quiznos food.

2) Benefit auction going on over at KumfyKozies with some pretty great looking diapers, mama stuff, toys, and more with excellent starting price bids. All of the money collected will be going to help a family who has experienced a major medical crisis! Check it out:

3) Chaco Dirtiest Feet Contest. No, I don't want you to win, because I want myself to win...but if you're a Chaco lover, you know that I couldn't possibly hold this back from other Chaco lovers. :)

4) FREE 8x8 photo book from Snapfish...expires this Wednesday! Use code RXV4-1ND8-DKPS-WKMJV9.


  1. And the most awesome? My son has started calling me Sara Mom. And he is walking around here, blankie trailing behind, apple juice in the other hand, yelling "Tim" at the top of his lungs.
    Oh wait.
    That's just awesome to me.

    But I enjoyed seeing a blog post from you again. :-) (Really truly, I would like your blog even if you weren't my sister)

  2. Thanks for the snapfish code! Hope I can get on today or tomorrow to use it. :) Just catching up on blogs while little one nurses, have you researched diets that help with thyroid? I know certain raw veggies interfere with thyroid function among other foods.

  3. Yay for pick-me-ups and blogging! Thanks for bringing some awareness to the fundraiser. :-)

  4. @Sara--thanks for your last comment there. :) I will have to bring "Tim" to come play. lol

    @Jill--I haven't done any research! Do you know what foods play a part? It seems like once in a while I have a "good" day with less symptoms. Maybe I should watch what I've eaten and see if there's any connection?

    @Meg--So happy to help you out! And I am hoping to bid, too...:)

  5. The only one I can remember is cabbage cause I loved cole slaw when I was pregnant and I worried how my thyroid was dealing with the increased consumption.


incredibly interesting comments!