Archive for March 2011
I decided to take my Bowl for Kids’ Sake pledge sheet to the PACS meeting today. I have to admit that was the best idea ever. I collected almost $500 not counting my online pledges.
In all of the years that I’ve participated in Big Brothers Big Sisters’ Bowl for Kids’ Sake events, I think this is the best I’ve ever done. Go me!
Anyway, I’ve still got another couple of days to collect donations. If you haven’t already pledged a donation, please click here.
Big Brothers Big Sisters is a wonderful program. Please show your support by sponsoring me in our upcoming Bowl for Kids’ Sake event. We bowl on Saturday. 🙂
Posted on March 31, 2011 by Ching under Health, Things to Do, Zumba.
The next Thank Genesis It’s Friday party will be held tomorrow at the East Central Genesis. Gina Ann will be teaching a special Zumba class, which starts at 5:45 PM. The party will continue at Larry Bud’s. See you all tomorrow at TGIF!
Speaking of Zumba, Amie resumes teaching on Sunday! She teaches Zumba at West Central Genesis twice a week (Thursdays and Sundays).
Welcome back, Amie!
This is a photo of Brian and me from over a decade ago. Can you believe it’s been that long? How time flies!
Incidentally, this photo was taken at Sumo back when they were over at North Rock Road. We used to go there all the time back then because we lived in a townhouse across the street. This photo was taken on October 23, 2000 when we all went out to dinner there to celebrate my 23rd birthday. 🙂
These are pictures from Danika’s first birthday and Dwayneland’s going away party.
I decided to take advantage of Best Buys new Trade In program by taking some of my PS3 games that I have finished and seeing what I could get. I did the research before hand so I knew approximately what I would be getting. When I got there they took my games and started typing everything in. I had to correct the girl a few times because she was giving me the price for titles that were the first run and n0t the sequel. For example, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare instead of Modern Warfare 2. So after I corrected her and got everything set and she told me that I had a total of $117.00, $7.00 more than I calculated. After I got the card and received the receipt showing me the totals for everything, I realised that she entered the wrong title and it worked to my advantage. I turned in Gran Turismo 5 Prologue and she gave me the price for Gran Turismo 5. It should have been $6.00 but instead I got $25.00, score me!
So I took my money and got Dead Rising 2 and Homefront, 2 games that I had been looking at. The total was $118.01, I had to pay $1.01 out of my own pocket for 2 brand new games. The best part, All of the games that I turned in were all used from Game Stop, I didn’t pay full price for any of them.
Best Buy has the best Trade In program ever!