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Kids Had a Blast at Prom & Saving Money at Super Doubles

Monday, April 29, 2013

I'm posting a quick blog today due to dealing with some medical issues again and not feeling that great.

I took my kids to their first homeschool prom this past Friday night and they had a blast. I was so happy that they had such a great time and they did as I instructed them to and just had a good time dancing and enjoying their friends!

My daughter got lots of compliments saying how beautiful she was (which I agree, LOL). Her outfit, which for the most part was thrifted or bought at discount stores like Ross, was very elegant and sophisticated. My son was very handsome as well. This was a more informal version of a prom so my son wore khaki pants, a dress shirt, and tie. My daughter wore a simple black dress with a cream beaded short jacket and jewellery that set it off. They didn't wear tuxes or prom dresses, but both looked very nice.

I have been stopping by Lowe's Foods for their super doubles a few times (coupons that are $2 and under are doubled) and did pretty good considering that particular store doesn't have the best prices. I've got some cheap items that I know my family will use including lots of coffee (Seattle's Best) that I have stocked up on big time since I had a lot of coupons. I got it for $2 a bag, which is cheaper than even the mom and pop store near me, so was very pleased.


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
KISSFAN1 4/30/2013 6:45AM

    Thanks so much. I never got to go to mine in public school so I was very happy that they had a chance to go to theirs.

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EMPTYNESTER60 4/29/2013 9:20PM

    Glad your kids had a fun time at prom. Proms can be tricky sometimes - glad theirs was a good experience.

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