Since school was out on Tuesday due to illness I took advantage of the day off and was able to get a doctor appointment for my Mom and take her and went to Food City afterwards to snag a few deals.
They had 1 pound rolls of breakfast sausage on mark down for $1.49, so I picked up two of those.
For breakfast I cooked the sausage and toasted an English muffin (bought on markdown at Kroger for 25¢/pack).
A sausage muffin at McDonald's cost $1.00 each while my homemade version came out to just under 30¢, which makes it a money saver.
Food City also had a package of ground chuck marked down to $8.67 for just over three pounds. I brought it home and divided it up into three separate freezer bags and stuck those in the freezer.
Food City also had corn on sale for 50¢ per can, so I bought 10 cans for my pantry.
They also had cream cheese on sale for buy one get one free, which made them $1.15. I paired this with some Hormel Chili, which was on sale for 99¢ and I had a 55¢ off coupon for two cans. I'll use this to make my daughter's favorite dip.
On Wednesday I received a call from Central Office informing me that school was closed for the rest of the week due to illness. I was so disappointed as that will be four days of work I have missed this week. I do have three days already scheduled for next week, so that is good.
Wednesday afternoon we went to the library, so my daughter could work on some school work. Did I tell you that she made the Dean's List last semester? She did. :)
I like going to the library because we can use their Internet at no cost. We are on a data plan at home, which is not unlimited and tends to run out before the month is over.