Monday, May 31, 2010

Come on Sears/Kmart!

Wow. Just WOW!! I'm finding it hard to believe that Sears/Kmart can't seem to spell the word "discount". How hard is it? Discunt... Dicount... What's going to be next?? Discownt? At least that sounds right :)

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Where is that?


Yahoo Travel has an article on America's Scariest Highways courtesy of Forbes.com. I find it interesting that Yahoo chose to change the name of Angeles Crest Highway in California. Angel's/Angeles... close enough, right?

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

You too can prevet sucide!

KXLY in Spokane, WA ran a story the other night about a "Little Lifesaver" who preveted a sucide. I want to say thank you to Megan who wasn't preveted from grabbing her camera and capturing this moment.

Thank you, Megan!!!

Monday, May 24, 2010

DisWHAT?????


Oh dear, oh my!!! Kmart is offering a Discunt of $45 on Oversized Delivery. There are so many thoughts running through my head that I don't feel would be appropriate to put on cyber-paper. I'm going to leave this Spelling Disaster to all of you... Enjoy! (Not too much though!)

** This is on kmart.com not some fly-by-night coupon site!!!

Friday, May 21, 2010

Yummmmm.... Maranara!!


While enjoying $1.50 pints last night at Caruso's Deli in Hayden, I glanced up to check out their appetizer menu and promptly grabbed my camera to capture the creative spelling of "marinara". I wonder if they offer parmasean with that. I'm also curious if they use maranara on their spagetti.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Corportation = Corporate Transportation


Congratulations to Harry Sladich who is now with the Red Lion Hotels Corportation. I'm guessing he'll be heading up the corporation's division of transportation.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

We're Wtih You, Logitech


My husband recently purchased a Logitech cordless keyboard and mouse that came wtih USB speakers. The speakers have trouble wtih some sounds, but overall we're pretty happy wtih them.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Do No Do It!!


While driving up through Idaho we stopped for the night in the lovely and tiny town of Malad (which, apparently, is not pronounced like salad.) Malad is a one inn town... the Village Inn to be exact. We were happy with our night stay. The rooms were clean and beds were comfy even though the place hasn't been remodeled in years and years and years. Our otherwise uneventful evening was highlighted by a trip to the ice-machine. It was May 5 and margaritas were in order. Spotting this sign taped to the machine meant only one thing... I had to bring the camera with me when I got ice for our cooler in the morning ;)

Monday, May 10, 2010

Poples Who Collect Cool Toys

I do enjoy watching OnDemand programming on Time Warner Cable. Especially when it's all about the pople who sell and buy cool vintage toys. I've never met a pople I didn't like.