October 2009

I think I’ve mentioned before that television is an important form of entertainment in the Boomer household.  We were happy customers of Cox cable for decades.  When they added broadband internet we were early adopters and continued to be happy as technology progressed and we got DVRs and high definition television (and channels to support it). Then we […]

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Is it just me or did the ice cream shrink?  I am pretty good about saving money at the grocery store but it’s hard to get ahead when the goods are getting smaller. Can you find a half gallon of ice cream? It’s been replaced by 1.5 quarts. And I’m not the only one to […]

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Andy Miller @ Wallet Pop recently wrote about dealing with a dying father without a living will. His story brought tears to my eyes for more than one reason.  Yes, I felt sympathy and empathy for Mr. Miller and his family. I also was remembering what my siblings and I went through six years ago […]

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Final Vacation Costs

by Kay Lynn

You were promised the final cost of my recent girls cruise.  We’ve been back two weeks and my memory is starting to fade so I figured it’s now or never and will detail expenses by day.  Travel Days My airline ticket cost $10 for the security fee using frequent flyer miles on American Airlines.  I paid […]

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