Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Free Kindle Books for Today 3/25/20 Plus a Few Frugal Things, and Grandmas School!

Free Kindle Books for today 3/25/20!  Make sure you check the price before you buy, Amazon prices can change frequently. If you don’t have a Kindle you can download your favorite Kindle Book on any tablet or smartphone with a free Kindle app.

A few Frugal things:  

I bought a $25 gift certificate to Amazon with my Swagbucks this morning.  

We had a small amount of refried beans left in the fridge from burritos we had.  I put it in the microwave to warm up then sprinkled cheese on top.  This was enough for a late night snack for two of us and it tasted like pinto and cheese from Taco Bell.  


You may be wondering how homeschooling is going at Grandmas school.   Well let me tell you, daughter is working with the oldest every day but I do take over on the days she is way too busy with work.  This change was necessary because I've basically have failed at being a teacher!  I knew there was a reason I sent the kids to school LOL.

Yeah!  Amazon audible is free right now till school reopens

Rancher's Heart: Mail Order Bride (Sweet Western Hearts) by [Hill, Ruby]

Rancher's Heart: Mail Order Bride (Sweet Western Hearts)

Emergency Case by [Mabry MD, Richard L.]

Emergency Case

Amish Proposal: Amish Romance (Amish Homecoming Book 1) by [Bayarr, Samantha]

The Unemployment Cookbook, Second Edition: Ideas for Feeding Families One Meal at a Time by [Realy, Molly Jo]

Preparedness Gardening: How to Grow Real Sustenance and Naturally Build Soil Fertility in Troubled Times by [Fry, Jeff]

Do-It-Yourself Wedding Ceremony: Choosing the Perfect Words and Officiating Your Unforgettable Day: Third Edition by [Reid, Dayna]

Dragons and Marshmallows (Zoey and Sassafras Book 1) by [Citro, Asia]

Judy Moody by [McDonald, Megan]

The Tail of Emily Windsnap by [Kessler, Liz]

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Lana said...

I your defense and as a 23 veteran of homeschooling, I will tell you that it takes a year to adapt to the lifestyle and demand of teaching the kids everyday. And it is a tough year. I saw Luck's beans on sale for 50 cents a can this week and thought of you. I hope you still have some of your favorite pintos in the pantry!

Anna of Stuffedveggies said...

Please don't feel that you've 'failed at being a teacher' because things aren't working in this difficult time. I'm a long term homeschooler, and given the current world situation, my daughter and I are BOTH struggling to focus on lessons, whereas normally it's pretty easy for us. Please don't be too hard on yourself! I'm sure you'd be great at it in normal times:)

Vickie @Vickie's Kitchen and Garden said...

Thanks for the encouragement with homeschooling Lana. Yes we still have Lucks beans but you know if I could just go back in time to Christmas. We were right there in Kentucky and decided we had enough. Oh well, we goofed. It isn't the first time LOL
Have a great day.

Vickie @Vickie's Kitchen and Garden said...

Aww that's so nice..your right at times I've had trouble reading a book myself. I bet everyone is having a hard time concentrating at times. Have a great day Anna!

Cheryl said...

My daughter sent something from Facebook with a saying that 5 days of homeschooling and the kids have graduated and school is closed. As a grandma it is hard to be tough.

Vickie @Vickie's Kitchen and Garden said...

Haha so true Cheryl! This grandma has no idea what's going on in that chrome book anyway!