Wednesday, April 30, 2008
(this post is post-dated to keep at the top of this list)
Double Hostess Benefits are BACK!
Thats right! It is very exciting to announce that TAC is offering Double Benifits from March 1 to April 30th!
From March 1- April 30 be a hostess and earn a double-helping of rewards! The Angel Company™ already has one of the best hostess plans in the industry, and we are going to multiply those great benefits times two!
Now is the perfect time as a hostess to pick up the Bind-It-All™, Scor Pal®, or other large item on your wish list. As a reminder, when hosting a FUNshop™ guests receive the treat of double rewards with double Gift With Purchase (GWP) benefits with a qualifying order.
Even if you as the hostess is unsure about having the party yourself, the Celebrate! promotion is the perfect opportunity to hostess a FUNshop™ with a friend and share the double benefits.
If you are intrested in becoming an Angel, new Angels joining The Angel Company™ family from March 1-April 30 will also have a reason to Celebrate!—with a $50 T-coded stamp BONUS on all new starter kits!
*The hostess booking bonus is not doubled. Hostesses will only receive one half-price item of their choice for booking a FUNshop™ once the FUNshopTM has been held.
*The 20% hostess discount on purchases up to but not exceeding $150 will not be doubled.
*No other discounts or special offers apply.
*Stamp sets and paper collections need to be chosen from the current Spring/Summer 2008 Inspiration Book and Catalogue.
As always, check the links on the right side of the page, there will be a new Stamp of the Month up at the begining of March.
Saturday, April 19, 2008
Sunday, April 13, 2008
That is something that crosses my mind when I reflect on this past weekend. My goals were to stamp and clean and get a lot of organizing done. Yesterday morning I got to sleep in with Matt, the first time in months and I woke to find out that I would possibly be meeting my nephew for the first time. I doubted it as we had hopes to meet him this past summer and it didn't happen.
To make a long and very detailed story My nephew Coy is 7 years old, 2 months and 4 days younger than Madelyn. His parents broke things off before he was born and then he was moved around and we lost track of them. In July we got a phone call that we had been waiting for for such a long time. Well around 11 yesterday morning I got to meet the little boy I had only seen a baby picture of. He was just an older taller version of that picture.
He looks just like Matt did when Matt was that age. It's amazing. He is a cheese lover like Matt, very in tune to video games like his dad. He loves to rough house like his dad and little brother.
When my brother in law brought his youngest son the house both Kayden and Coy embrassed like they had missed these each other all these years.
The kids were up until 2 am last night and we finally got them to wind down. It was a bittersweet moment when my father in law got to meet Coy as well with him being sick now. Today was another long day full of laughter and they just pulled out of here about 20 minutes ago.
5 cousins, it was great. Coy's mother has a total of 3 children, I got to meet his big sister Jocelyn and I only know her from pictures as well, but my brother in law cared for her like Matt does for Madelyn now. We haven't met Coy's younger brother...but was was interesting is that Coy now has 2 younger brothers, both with the same name, Kayden and Caden. We haven't meet Caden yet but when we do we will have 6 cousins under one roof!
Here are some pictures from our exciting weekend:
Monday, April 07, 2008
I wanted to take some time to post an update on here. I haven't really sat down to take the time to stamp or make anything creative with my hands in almost 3 weeks; a lot has been going on in a personal level.
Work has been on the rewarding side, as I am hoping to snag a position at the company that I am temping for. I have already applied for the 30 hour work from home position. This will be a great opportunity for me seeing that the gas prices keep going up!
I had a meeting at work, there was a meeting explaining a new bank that we would be working with and how that they will be filling 7-10 positions on our team. I am excited about this as this gives me a great chance to get a full time job. I also have to take the civil service test for the county sherrif's dept in April in which I will take because there is lag time in thier hiring process. I figure it would be something to fall back on if this new position does not fall through. I also got a call from Walmart to schedule an interview...so things are looking up in the employment arena.
Easter was good for us. The girls seems to have gobbled up their baskets of candy before we had gotten out of bed. They also had their easter dresses on and cover in chocolate by that time as well. We didn't get very many pictures of the girls so I will have to take some of them soon. I did have some pictures of the dyeing easter eggs. They each picked out their own dye kits from the store and got to color 2.5 dz each.
My mom came over for Easter, I think it was good for her because she doesn't see the girls often. Plus I made extra of all the meals and froze them for her so that she could take them home. I hate going over there and seeing an empty refridgerator and empty beer bottles laying everywhere. He roommates do not have their priorities straight....beer is a greater necessity. My mom has an excuse the government expects her to live on 299 a month (my deceased fathers pension), and will not give her foodstamps until she goes to the GED classes they set up for her. My mom is the type of person that you can ask her "whould you like to get your GED?" and she says yes. With her disability her IQ is less than 70 and so she is very gullible and has little reasoning skills. Needless to say she does not drive and they expect her to use what little money she has for public transportation that will only get her to the classes as they do not run after 6pm....for her to sit in a class and zone out because she can not read and writes very little....it would be a waste of her time and the teachers time. She could definantly use a tutor of sorts to work on some reading skills because she does have the ability to read a higher reading level than what she is now.
My father in law has made it through this week doing pretty well. Chemo started a few weeks ago and he was achy and was pretty sleepy for a few days. I am just glad that he has gotten meds to help with any nausea that he may have. We are also watching all the germs flying around her to make sure he doesn't catch one of the girls bugs. His next treatment is next week.
Matt is a month away from finishing his medics class! This is something I know that we are both ready for. I can not wait to hear the day that he is hired full time on a department!
I spent all of last week building my desk. A few bruises and scratched later and here it is:
I also got my my hair cut and highlighted this past week, the hair looks good, but my new picture at the top of the page doesn't do me justice!
Last but not least, who is not enjoying this warm weather?? Here are a few pics of the girls from this evening:
I hope to be updating with some projects that I have in mind! I hope you all stop buy soon to check them out!