Friday, November 13, 2009

Creature of Habit


If Greg had a blog this is what he would post about, per Greg Friday morning. Greg is such a Creature of Habit that when I'm able to get Honey Nut Cheerios at .97 cents a box and I buy 14 boxes. It makes him very happy. :o)

There's no greater disappointment for a Creature of Habit then heading to the kitchen for your daily bowl of Cheerios and then remembering your OUTTTT. For the Creature of Habit, it throws the entire day off and if the Creature of Habit was in a good mood as he headed to the kitchen, it's been soured just a bit because of the Habit has been interrupted.

Fourteen boxes for the Creature of Habit means he won't be running out for at least 2 months!

So glad I could make my husband happy with something so simple. :o)


  1. OK. What I want to know is how many trips to the store did you have to make to buy all those??? Or did you have to go to multiple stores to get around their "Limit 2" kinds of things.

    Julia, you are hilarious.

  2. Is your pantry big enough to store all the boxes?

  3. Courtney - It was one trip to a grocery store who does not limit coupons. They had the cereal on sale and I had coupons! The only challenge I face at times is the other Coupon women, I'm competing with. I have to get rain checks for the sale price when other women have beat me to the store and wiped the shelves clean! No limits at Fry's Grocery store, you would probably find the same at Kroger Grocery Store, if there are any left (they are the same company).
    Jennifer - I that gift for organizing, so while I really don't have a big pantry, I'm able to make it work by 'stacking creatively'. hahaha!