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    I mostly use candles in our bathroom. Subtle just doesn't cut it, lol.

    But I do love the smell of melting beeswax.

    And TT, hoping for the best for your canine companions.

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    Continuing with free leisure time activities. Saturday went to a town hall by a local candidate and Sunday helped a senior with landscaping despite the rain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iris lilies View Post
    Oh that’s too bad. Nine years old is not terribly old for it a little dog. If this were one of my bulldogs that would be towards the end of their natural lifespan.
    Many of my Maltese have ended up with serious health problems. Even Noki who was a very big dog lived to 13. Although I lost one Maltese at 3 and 2 others before 10. They are one of the few dog breeds that don’t bother my asthma or allergies so I am somewhat limited in choice. Thanks for the well wishes for my sweet baby girl everyone).

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    Sis and I visited a really nice thrift shop that was new to us. I got DH his new favorite shirt for a mere $5.00. I also got a cool bug stamp to use for pottery for $4.00, and those go for a lot more from art supply companies.

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    I have another frugal. I often give things via our local FB giving page, but I rarely request anything. Yesterday I requested and received the extremely tasteful jigsaw puzzle "101 Pooping Puppies," still sealed in plastic, like new! I plan to include it as a gag gift for my BIL's birthday in September. It retails for about $20, which is more than I like to spend for a laugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosarugosa View Post
    I have another frugal. I often give things via our local FB giving page, but I rarely request anything. Yesterday I requested and received the extremely tasteful jigsaw puzzle "101 Pooping Puppies," still sealed in plastic, like new! I plan to include it as a gag gift for my BIL's birthday in September. It retails for about $20, which is more than I like to spend for a laugh.

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    Have plans for more low cost activities this weekend:

    Friday night have been given a free pass to a political fundraiser because I have given the campaign advice.
    Saturday going to a lakeside potluck gathering of Libertarians.
    Sunday if not too tired from the above and all my errands and chores may go to a free museum and go hiking.

    This time of year it is easier to find free things to do.

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    Found eggs for $2.50 a dozen.

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