Monday, January 25, 2021

Free Kindle Books for Today 1/25/21 Plus Monday Meijer Shopping!

  Free Kindle Books and deals for today 1/25/21!  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

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The kids are not here till later so I'm sneaking to Meijer's.  All by myself..I just want to be all by myself ..LOL.   No really I need some bananas and hopefully a deal or two.  

Did you find any good deals lately?   I'll post my deals later if I find any.  

I did find a deal on low carb tortillas for $1.64 and bought 4!  These freeze really well.  

Otherwise what's going on in your neck of the woods?  

The School Mistress (Emerson Pass Historicals Book 1)

Cascade Brides: The Complete Series: Sisters Find Love In Oregon

Shog's Best Friends: Shog, Lilly Frog and Piggle in... (Red Beetle) 

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Kathy said...

Hope you find some great deals!
I bought some pork chops for .99/pound last week which was a good deal for here. I remember last year, when there was such a meat shortage. Hope we don't have a return of those days.
Thanks for the books! I got the college one for my kid, and the soup one for me.
Hope you have a great day!

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

Glad you found some books you like! What a great deal on Pork Chops too!

Jenny said...

Great deal on the tortillas. I buy those & keep them in the freezer too.

I walked through Goodwill over the weekend & bought two small white oval stoneware plates for $1.21 each...pretty good for stoneware I guess. Not something I needed unless you consider that I did need a pick me up. I set them on my plate wrack with a few other stoneware plates I have.

How are we doing? My grandson likes for me to write 1 to 20 in squares on the sidewalk & he makes up games with them. I ran out to write them this afternoon only to have him come in & tell me & i left out two numbers....I was so tired I just could not count to 20.

KayM said...

It is good to have an opportunity for some alone time. Hope you enjoyed your shopping trip. I really miss going to the store and finding a few bargains. That's the big downside to having grocery delivery. On the other hand, I'm probably coming out about even, because the supermarket near me, where I usually shop has more expensive regular prices than Walmart, where I now get my delivery. I do get quite a bit through Amazon's Subscribe and Save program, which saves me money and gives me the opportunity to try new-to-me products.

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

Jenny your grandson is so smart! That proves that you are a great teacher.
Sounds like a good deal on that drones are too!

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

Kay, I'm thinking my Monday Meijer trips may be limited. They found a variant near Detroit and 5 people got sick at Meijer. It could have been anywhere though so we will soon need to stay out of stores in sure. I'll be looking for delivery too.

KayM said...

Oh shoot! I'm sorry about that, for sure! I haven't been in a store for quite some time--so long I can't even remember--LOL! I do really like the Walmart Delivery, though it's been an adjustment to find different products and brands. I love the delivery, though, and I'm sure I'll continue to use it, as time goes on. The price is great--only $98 a year for unlimited delivery. Each time, you have to have a minimum of $35. Also, they do expect tips, which usually run me $7. It saves me time and gas. Not shopping locally would be a much bigger loss for you, since you have such great places to shop and you have more people to feed. I only have me. If you have to go to delivery, I would also suggest you try Amazon Prime--unless you have objections to Amazon. I think it's $119 a year. I buy a ton of stuff, including groceries from Amazon. I always check the prices against Walmart before I order. They have a lot of deals going on all the time. Blessings...