Sunday, January 31, 2010

Free Copy of Clusters for Dummies

If you’ve ever wondered how to use off-the-shelf computing gear to crunch big numbers, manage huge models, or tackle ginormous computing problems, wonder no more. Clusters For Dummies is just for you. In this book, you can discover how software and technology enable modern networks to convey humongous hunks of information among clusters of PCs to match – and, in some cases, exceed – supercomputer capabilities.

Although computer clustering may sound exotic, it isn’t. Computing cluster technology relies on fast networks and some clever software to schedule and manage big, complex computing jobs on relatively inexpensive PCs and networks. Major players in industries from pharmaceuticals to oil and gas exploration to chip design bet their bottom lines on computer clusters – and they win big. You can do likewise.

To receive your copy of Clusters for Dummies, please complete the form below.

Saturday, January 30, 2010

green cleaning 27 uses

I found this great article on ways to reuse clothing at:

I'm finding that I've got a lot of winter clothes that are too worn-out to keep, and Spring Cleaning is approaching. But I always found the idea of throwing clothes away -- even worn-out clothes -- kind of sad. Spring is supposed to be about, you know, life and birth and re-birth.

With that in mind, I've compiled a hefty list of reuses for old clothes.

1. 5 Reuses For Old Mittens

Say you lost a mitten. Or there's a hole in one. Or your dog ate one. Planet Green offers ways to give your mittens new lives as drawstring bags, dusters and hoodie pockets -- which is saving two articles of clothing for the price of one!

And then there's this clever idea:

Get a drill, a punch or an awl and a nylon cord. Drill a hole in the bottom of your ice scraper. Thread the cord through. Attach the cord to the mitten. The scraper is now attached to the mitten. You will never find yourself without a mitten when you need one.
Check it out here.

2. 5 Reuses For Old Belts

Bust a belt over the holidays? No problem. Planet Green also has five uses for old belts, including the very utilitarian organizer belt:

Slide some S-hooks into the belt holes and glue a strong magnet to a portion of the back of the belt, then attach it to a wall or the bottom edge of a whiteboard or a bulletin board with screws for an industrial look. Use small, powerful magnets to secure messages and notes to the front and hang keys, scarves or other small items from the hooks.
Story continues below The other uses are much more artsy, so read up.

3. 13 Crafty Reuses For Clothes Of All Kinds

Wikihow suggests 13 ideas for all kinds of worn-out clothes -- make a quilt, a dog bed, use cut-up blouses as wrapping for green gifts. It's all pretty creative. My favorite? Dressing up a gift of cheap wine:

Take old silk or rayon shirts and cut a square of fabric approximately twelve inches by twelve inches. Place a wine bottle in the center. Fold the bottom corner up. Roll the bottle in the fabric, tie the top with ribbon to secure, and insert dried flowers or gift tag in the pocket the folded corner has created. You now have a last-minute hostess gift (and people might not notice the wine inside is just two-buck Chuck).
4. 6 Reuses For Old Socks

Everybody loses socks in the wash, so why not find new uses for the orphaned remaining socks -- or even for a sock with a hole worn in the toe or heel? Dusters, puppets, packaging -- Planet Green also recommends using socks as shoe-savers:

I know you're used to the socks being on the inside of your shoes, but they can work on the outside too. Cover shoes when storing them or stuffing them into your suitcase. The sock covers will keep shoes from becoming dusty or your other packed items from becoming dirty.
And best of all, you can make a hacky sack out of an old sock:

1. Get sock.
2. Cut sock in half.
3. Get rice or pinto beans or other biodegradable, loose-fill item.
4. Fill bottom half of sock with beans or whatever.
5. Sew sock closed.
6. You now have a hacky sack.
What to do with the remainder? You can make a wrist warmer or a drink cozy out of it.

5. Make Mittens Out Of An Old Sweater

Not that I'm speaking from personal experience, but sometimes somebody absent-mindedly puts a sweater in the wash and it comes out as a different size. What do to? Make mittens!

And what to do when the mittens wear out? See above!

6. 7 Reuses For Jeans And T-Shirts

Ah, the staples. Everybody has these pieces of clothing, and honestly everybody's heard of most of these reuses -- shorts, skirt, etc. But here's a really clever one that's still good for winter use. I have a perfect candidates for it:

Old Shirt Use #2: Rice Bag Warmer. Cut off the sleeve of an old flannel shirt, fill with long grain white rice and sew up the ends. This will make a nice rice warmer for your back after a hard day's work, or your feet on a cold winter night. Just heat in the microwave for a few minutes.
7. OK, Give Up And Recycle Your Old Clothes

And look. Maybe you're rushed. Maybe you're not that crafty. Or maybe you just get more psychic satisfaction from getting things out of your house. If that's the case, be sure to recycle your clothes.

But instead of throwing it into the dumpster, there are a few companies out there that will recycle their product once you are done wearing it. Some of these items get turned into new clothing while some of them will get turned into playground equipment.

Friday, January 29, 2010


Request your advance reading copy of Intertwined by Gena Showalter while supplies last.

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Thursday, January 28, 2010

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Wednesday, January 27, 2010


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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

The Furniture Bank

The Furniture Bank

The Furniture Bank distributes FREE home furnishings to families and individuals in crisis, without charge.

Some Items Include:

* Cribs
* Full Size Appliances
* Sofas
* Dressers
* Dining Tables & Chairs
* Mattress Sets


Monday, January 25, 2010


Free Cookies To Oreo Facebook Fans IF the Mannings Win!
Up to 150,000 packages!
While Supplies Last ON 1/25/10, Ends at Midnight of 1/25/10

To register and get your coupon go to:

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Sunday, January 24, 2010

Sorry for not posting over the weekend

The last two days I have been super busy shopping with the bride to be. My cousin is getting married this summer and the past two days have been spent preparing her for her engagement party next month plus the wedding. I am super excited about the up coming wedding.

Friday, January 22, 2010

Free Tic Tac Toe Lowes Build and Grow clinic on Saturday

Free Tic Tac Toe Lowes Build and Grow clinic on Saturday (tomorrow)

The first 50 kids to register and be present at the store at 10am will receive a kit, aprons and goggles

On the site there are other clinic

Thursday, January 21, 2010


I know I have had quite a few calender postings over the past few months, but if you haven't gotten enough calenders, here is a deal for you.

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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Free 10 min call to Haiti

For those who may have loved ones in Haiti, this post is for you.
Free 10 min call to Haiti
found this on Vonage login screen:

"Vonage is committed to helping during difficult times. In the wake of the recent devastating earthquake in Haiti, Vonage is currently offering free international dialing to Haiti for all U.S. callers. Dial 800-809-2503 and follow the instructions to place a free 10-min call. We encourage you to pass this Vonage toll-free number along to non-Vonage customers who want to call Haiti.

Remember, calls to Haiti are free only if you use this toll-free number to place the call. If you dial from your home phone without using the 800 number, you’ll incur standard long-distance charges. Please note that due to infrastructure limitations in Haiti, you may experience difficulty reaching your party successfully. This free calling service to Haiti may be discontinued at any time."

You do not have to be a Vonage subscriber!

Tuesday, January 19, 2010


This is to help those in need get free heating oil.

* You are facing a financial hardship.
* You are not eligible for Fuel Assistance (LIHEAP), or you have used up your LIHEAP benefits.
* You heat with oil, kerosene, or natural gas.
* You have not received financial help from Citizens Energy during this heating season.

What is the Oil Heat Program?
In partnership with CITGO, Citizens Energy works with thousands of oil heat dealers and local fuel assistance agencies in 17 states to provide deliveries of home heating oil to those in need. This year the Oil Heat Program provided eligible families a one-time delivery of 100 gallons of home heating oil.

For More info go to:

To apply:
You may also call us at 1-877-563-4645 between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. EST

Monday, January 18, 2010

free food for good grade

Since the semester is over and everyone should have received report cards by now, I figured I would sent a reminder of all the places you can get free things for good grades.(call your local store to see if they are participating):

Chuck E. Cheese - bring in a report card and get free tokens for grades - up to 15 free tokens per child. You will need to make a food purchase for this offer.

Pizza Hut - If your child has at least 3 A's on his/her report card, receive one Personal Pan Pizza and a small soft drink or carton of milk by presenting his or her report card to the manager. See the site for details.

Sbarro's Pizza - June 23 is PizzAchievers Day. On that day, stop at Sbarros with your report card and say, “A’s and B’s… Pizza Please!!”. Sbarro will then provide every PizzAchiever and an accompanying adult with a free slice of cheese or peperoni pizza and a small soda.

Orlando Ale House - bring in a report card with As and Bs for free kid's meal with adult entree purchase. Straight As also gets a free dessert.

Chick-fil-a - bring in your report card with all A's and B's and receive 8 free nuggets

Krispy Kreme - get a free donut for each A, up to 6

McDonalds - if you child has straight A's, get a free Happy Meal

Blockbuster - get 1 free "Kids/Families" movie rental for "A's" on your report card

Baskin Robbins - get a free scoop of ice cream for good grades on your report card

Sunday, January 17, 2010


Feel like treating your little ones to burger king? Burger king is offering a free kids meal with a coupon print out found here!


Saturday, January 16, 2010


How to Mend Clothes
by the Editors of Consumer Guide

How to Repair a Broken Zipper
A garment with a broken zipper is unwearable -- new or old, shabby or not. Instead of abandoning it, repair the zipper, or replace it with a new one.
Tools: needle, sewing scissors needle-nosed pliers, seam ripper, straight pins, sewing machine.

Materials: thread, small safety pin or paper clip, old zipper of similar size; replacement zipper, if required.
Time: 5 to 15 minutes for repair; 1/2 to 1 hour for replacement.

If teeth are missing near the zipper bottom, pull the slider above the hole and stitch a new stop over the track.

Before you decide to replace a zipper, examine it carefully to see if you can repair it. If a tooth is missing in the upper two-thirds of the zipper's tracks, the zipper should be replaced. If a tooth is missing near the bottom of one of the tracks, zip up the zipper so that the slider is above the damage. Thread a needle and make several stitches around both rows of teeth, just above the missing tooth, to make a new stop for the slider. Stitch over the new stop several times to make sure it's firm.

If the problem is a missing pull tab, check to see whether the slider has a hole where the pull tab was attached. If so, slip a tiny safety pin or paper clip through the hole to serve as a substitute. If there is no hole, try to salvage a clamp-on pull tab from an old zipper of a similar size; put the tab onto the slider with a needle-nosed pliers.

If the slider is off the track on a metal zipper, carefully rip out the stitching around the lower ends of the zipper tapes. Pry off the metal stop at the bottom of the zipper, being careful not to tear the tapes. Remove the zipper foot entirely.
Guide the track tapes into the grooves of the slider, inserting them into the top and pushing them through the slider to the bottom; use a pin if necessary to work the track tapes through. Pull the tapes carefully so that the slider is evenly seated on the tracks.

When both tapes have been threaded through the slider, carefully pull the slider up until the locked track teeth appear at the bottom. Make sure the slider is evenly seated on the tracks, or the zipper won't close evenly at the top. Sew a new stop at the bottom of the tracks with needle and thread, and repair the stitching that holds the zipper in the garment.

If the zipper is beyond repair, replace it with a new one of the same length. Buy a zipper in a matching color, and be sure it's the right weight and kind for the garment.

With a seam ripper, carefully remove the stitching holding the old zipper in place. As you work, note how the old zipper was put in, and in what order the various lines of stitching were made; pants zippers especially may be put in with several lines of stitching. If a waistband is involved, remove no more stitching than necessary to free the upper ends of the zipper. Remove the old zipper and pull out all loose thread ends.

Following the directions on the zipper package, pin the new zipper into place and stitch it the same way the old zipper was stitched; use a sewing machine with a zipper foot. Make the final topstitching on the outside of the garment, by hand or by machine.

A trip to the tailor or to the trash aren't your only options for ripped or torn clothing. With a few minutes of work, you can give your damaged clothes a new lease on life. Read on to learn more.

Friday, January 15, 2010


Ivan Mog's Gourmet Caramel Apples have set the standard for gourmet apple treats, with our homemade kettle caramel, our use if all-natural ingredients and no preservatives, our jumbo firm and slightly tart granny smith apples, and a host of delicious toppings and flavors!

Thursday, January 14, 2010

How to Use Used Clothes in a Variety of Ways

How to Use Used Clothes in a Variety of Ways

Fabric is a great resource! Be sure to save your old clothes. You never know when you'll be struck with a good idea. Here are some great ways to reuse your fabric:

Make new clothes. Make something that doesn't require a lot of fabric, such as a tube top or halter top. Combine fabrics for a patchwork garment
Make fabric accessories. Make headbands, hair ties, bracelets, necklaces or belts. Stitch a long strip of fabric together and turn it inside out. Braid strips of fabric.

Make winter accessories. Make a hat, scarf and mittens from an old sweater.

Make a miniskirt. Cut off the top of a long t-shirt. Cut horizontally just below the sleeves. Turn the raw edge over twice to form a waistband. Insert elastic or use a ribbon as a drawstring.

Make patches. Add colorful patches to your blue jeans or jean miniskirt. Add an extra pocket to the inside of your coat.
Make toys. Make a set of doll clothes or stuffed animals. Make bean bag chairs for the kids.

Cover a special book. If fabric has sentimental value, use it to cover a scrap book, journal or photo album.

Make a picture frame. Layer cardboard into the shape of a frame. Cover each piece with fabric as it's being glued and assembled.

Cover a lampshade. Pleat and glue fabric onto a lampshade. Glue a row of decorative ribbon to the top and bottom of the shade to cover the raw edges of the fabric. Add a row of dangling, sparkling beads to the lower edge of the shade.
Cover a corkboard. Use a large piece of fabric to cover the front and sides of a corkboard. Secure the fabric in place with glue at the back of the board. Add notes and messages to the board with a stick pin or common pin.
Make a quilt for your bed. Add a pretty eyelet bedskirt and matching shams.

Make new curtains. Make a simple valance for the top of a window. Add a small drawn curtain, to the lower part of the window, made with a different fabric.

Wrap small presents. Cut fabric into a circle or square with pinking shears to create a cute zig zag edge. Gather all sides of the fabric around your gift and secure it with a ribbon. This creates a beautiful package for soaps, sachet and other small items.
Create a rectangular gift bag. Cut fabric into a long, wide strip. Fold the strip in half. Stitch the side seams. Use pinking shears to trim the top of the bag. Secure the top of the bag with a ribbon. This creates a beautiful package for a bottle of wine or a bouquet of flowers.

Make a big cushion for your dog. Use fabric from flannel shirts and stuff the cushion with scrap fabric.
Use fabric for cleaning. Make plenty of dust cloths. The edges of the fabric do not need to be finished. Cut frayed edges as needed.

This article was found at

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Free Sherlock Holmes Stories Online

When I was younger, I loved Sherlock holmes stories. If after seeing the sherlock holmes movie has sparked your interst in the stories, or if you just miss the stories, this is for your.

Free Sherlock Holmes Stories Online
Copyright law extends 70 years past the life of the author in the U.S., so all of the original Sherlock Holmes stories are now in the public domain. Read Sherlock compiles the canon into a format for easy reading on the computer, iPhone, or printed page. The game is afoot. Enjoy!

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

FREE Home Depot Do-It-Herself Bathroom Updates Workshop

FREE Home Depot Do-It-Herself Bathroom Updates Workshop 1/14/10

To all my frugal ladies, this is for you!

Bathroom Updates
Learn how to create the bathroom you've always wanted—and SAVE money doing it. Just register to attend the FREE Do-It-Herself Bathroom Updates Workshop on Thursday, January 14, 2010, from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.

Among the many topics covered will be: Installing a faucet — The American Standard WaterSense® faucet is easy to install and will SAVE you money with every use.

Installing a toilet — The American Standard WaterSense toilet is also very easy to install and can SAVE you up to $90 a year versus a traditional 3.5 gallon-per-flush toilet.

Don't forget to get your My Coke Rewards Bonus Points card when you attend this Do-It-Herself Workshop.

Thursday, January 14th, from 7:00 p.m.–8:30 p.m.

Download Supply List and Prep Work PDF

Monday, January 11, 2010

FREE OPKs and pregnancy tests

Select any combination of FREE
OPKs and pregnancy tests.

Tell us where you would like us to send
your 10 FREE OPKs and pregnancy tests.

Q. Is this really free?
A. Yes, 100% free. We only ask that you limit 10 per household as supplies are limited.
Q. Can I select 8 OPKs and 2 pregnancy tests?
A. Absolutely. Any combination that adds up to 10.
Q. Is there a cost for shipping?
A. We pay for shipping, so there is no cost to you.
Q. Can I receive more than 10?
A. We ask that you please limit 10 per household as supplies are limited.
Q. Do I need a credit card?
A. No. There is no cost whatsoever.
Q. Why are you giving away 10 free OPKs and pregnancy tests?
A. Sacred Heart Mission is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving the health
of pregnant mothers and their babies through charitable giving.

Sunday, January 10, 2010


It's a great way to discover our kitchen tools for yourself. Just fill in the form below - and within 30 days we'll deliver sample of one of our pizza knife - free and with no obligation. One sample per household.

Saturday, January 9, 2010


Are your shoes too worn to wear - Athletic shoes that are no longer in wearable condition may be donated to Nike’s Reuse-A-Shoe Program, a project that grinds up and recycles athletic shoe material to build playground mats, basketball courts, and running tracks.

No matter how your shoes are processed, the end result is the same – three high-quality Nike Grind materials ready to be put back in the game:

Nike Grind Rubber, made from the shoe's outsole, is used in track surfaces, interlocking gym flooring tiles, playground surfacing and even new Nike products, such as the outsoles of the Nike Pegasus or the Jordan XX3. It’s also used in trim items like buttons and zipper pulls.
Nike Grind Foam, made from the shoe's midsole, is used as a cushion for outdoor basketball and tennis courts, as well as futsal fields.
Nike Grind Fiber, made from the shoe's fabric upper, is used in the creation of cushioning pads for facilities like indoor synthetic courts and wood courts.

To find out how this works, Nike's Mission or other information, visit:

For a drop-off site near you go to:

Friday, January 8, 2010

Free Car Air Freshener

Who doesn't like free air freshner?
Free Car Air Freshener
PGH Budget cars is offering a free car air freshener.

Sign up form is located on the left side of the page less than 1/4 way.

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Walmart Deals

I went to walmart over the weekend and found all the holiday clearance for 75%.

I found
gift wrapping ribbon or ribbon to make bows for $0.25
bows for $0.50
wrapping paper for $0.65
gift sets for $2.00
and so much more.

Although the items are part of the Christmas clearance, some of the items can be used year round. I use the ribbons and bows throughout the year for most occasions.

Also, while your out shopping be sure to check the dollar store. I went into the dollar store to find all holiday items marked 50% off.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Target Deals

I went to Target last night to find out that all the holiday clearance are marked off 90%.

I got:
2 boxes of spree candy cane boxes for $0.09 each, savings of $1.80
5 boxes of cookie mix $0.39 each, savings of $18.00
1 large tray $1.49, savings of $13.50
1 oval tray $0.39, 3.50

Total Value: $39.92 plus tax
Total Paid: $4.13

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Free eye exams

Do you have healthcare insurance? Here is a program for those who don't have insurance and need an eye exam and possibly glasses.

This form not to be used for application in Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Kansas, Kentucky, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, Wisconsin and Wyoming.

May be used for all family members. Applications are accepted year round.

If you prefer to fax or mail your application, click here to download the Vision USA Patient Application Form PDF. You may make copies if you need to distribute more forms. The application is also available in Spanish, click here to download. If you are unable to download the applications, both are available as Word document files by requesting them from

VISION USA provides free eye exams to eligible, low-income working families. Services are donated by volunteer optometrists who are members of the American Optometric Association and may be limited in some areas.


1.Someone in the household is working at least part time;
2.The person seeking care has no public or private insurance that covers eye exams;
3.The person has not had an eye exam in the last 2 years;
4.The household is low-income and unable to pay for eye exams.

Your completed form will be reviewed to determine your eligibility. If you are qualified and a volunteer doctor is available in your area, you will be given his or her name to contact for an appointment.

You must answer all information and questions. Verification may be requested.

Please allow 3-7 weeks for determination of eligibility for the VISION USA program.

Please fill out all required fields.

Monday, January 4, 2010

Free Dora Game Download from Nickelodeon

Free Dora Game Download from Nickelodeon
Get a FREE Dora The Explorer Game Today When You Register for Updates about Nickelodeon Video Downloads and Other Nick Jr. Offers

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Dec 09 freebies

During the month of December the freebies I got include:

-Pink fresh and Clean perfume @ V.S. valued at $12.00
-Noir perfume @ V.S. valued at $12.00
- 2 lip balm from Avon at $0.69 each
- 2 free movie tickets to see "The Slammin Salmon" valued at $20.00
- 2 free movie tickets to see "It's complicated" valued at $20.00
- 4 free movie tickets to see "Youth in Revolt" valued at $40.00
- leaf 3 tier dish @ kohls valued at $19.99
- 2 placemats @ kohls valued at $13.98
- 6 piece wallflower refills valued at $24.00
- personalized pocket 2010 planner $5.00
- mini saw replacement blade $3.99
- cute mesh pouch with 4 lipton green tea bags
- pamper yourself kit

Freebie Valued at: $172.34

Saturday, January 2, 2010

It's my birthday

Yay, Today is my birthday. As my birthday gift to myself and to you, I am reposting and updated list of freebies for your birthday at many of your favorite places. Be sure to sign up for whatever companies you want now, so that when it is your birthday and coupons will be in your mailbox.

BASKIN ROBBINS: (a free scoop)

BEN AND JERRY'S: (free scoop)

COLDSTONE CREAMERY: (free coldstone creation of your choice)

RED ROBIN: (free burger)

P.F. CHANG'S: (free mini dessert/shooter)

Sephora: (this year it was a free lipgloss trio, last year a free nailpolish duo)

LONGHORN STEAKHOUSE: (coupon for a free dessert)

JACK IN THE BOX: (free piece of chocolate cake or cheesecake)

SONIC DRIVE-IN: (last year got choice of free burger or shake; this year got coupon for choice of free fruit smoothie or tater tots)

WINGSTOP: (five free wings...why five instead of six? hell if I know...)

TACO BELL : (free combo meal)

QUIZNO'S: (free sammie at sign-up and free cookie on your birthday)

BLIMPIES: (free six inch sandwich)

MACARONI GRILL: (free piece of chocolate cake)


BUFFALO WILD WINGS: (last year I got a dozen wings; this year I just got a free dessert)

HOOTERS: (10 free wings)

FUDDRUCKER'S: (free burger)

TEXAS ROADHOUSE: (free appetizer or sidekick of ribs)

BOSTON MARKET: (free dessert...with a purchase)

APPLEBEE'S: (free dessert shooter)

CAPTAIN D'S: (free dinner or platter)

TGIFRIDAY'S: (free dessert...with meal purchase)

CHILI'S: (free dessert with purchase of entree)

RUBY TUESDAY: (free handcrafted burger)

NOODLES AND COMPANY: (free entree)

HOULIHAN'S: (free entree)

QDOBA: (buy one get one entree)

MISSOURI LOTTERY: (coupon for a free lottery play)

Friday, January 1, 2010


Happy New year! I hope 2010 is filled with savings for you.

To start off the new year I figured I would tell you about freecycle and how awesome it is in helping you live a frugal life.

What is Freecycle?
Freecycle is a yahoo group that helps people recycle the things they no longer want or need. Members in the group post items they would like to give away and others that are interested can contact the person directly. Also, it allows you to ask others for items you are looking for.

Freecycle Mission Statement:
Our mission is to build a worldwide gifting movement that reduces waste, saves precious resources & eases the burden on our landfills while enabling our members to benefit from the strength of a larger community.

In every city, there is a freecycle group or a group in a surrounding city that you may join. It is free to join and all items received are free.

A lot of items I have at home, I have freecycle to thank for. tables, decor, lamps, storage items, etc. I have also been able to pass along tons of items that I just no longer wanted. The best part is even broken items that I thought were trash I have posted on freecycle and people have been eager and willing to take my items. As the saying goes "Your trash is another person's treasure." You have to make sure to let everyone know that the items are broken.

To get more information about freecycle or to find a local freecycle group go to:

*** I have not been paid in any way to post this! ***