Friday, December 24, 2010

A Simply CVS Christmas Wish & Break

I want to wish all of the Simply CVS readers a very, Merry Christmas.  I know all of you do not celebrate Christmas, but I want to wish you a nice break that this holiday usually affords all Americans.  I think I have all of the pertinent posts up for the weekly ad of 12/26 and will be back Monday morning with any hot deals that surface.  But until then, have a Merry Christmas.
Thank you to Sarah, at Sarah's Scribblings, for the Christmas village shot.

8 comments:

Laura said...

Merry Christmas to you! Thank you for all you do!

Gator Pam said...

Happy holidays to everyone.

JRFrugalMom and Family said...

Merry Christmas to you and your family Cheryl.
JRFrugalMom from
Frugality Is Free

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas to you!
Thanks for all you do; I was able to do more for less this year, and donate too :-) You do a great job!

Michelle H.

Anonymous said...

Cheryl.. Merry Christmas. Hope you and your family had a good one. Thanks for all that you do :)
I have an off subject question, in the header of your page you have how much you spent and how much you saved ect. Will you reset this at the beggining of 2011? Also do you include the tax you pay out in any of these figures? If so where do you include it?

Anonymous said...

Cheryl.. Merry Christmas. Hope you and your family had a good one. Thanks for all that you do :)
I have an off subject question, in the header of your page you have how much you spent and how much you saved ect. Will you reset this at the beggining of 2011? Also do you include the tax you pay out in any of these figures? If so where do you include it?

Cheryl @ Simply Shoeboxes said...

Yes, the tax is included in the total spent. Each shopping trip post I put the total spent, which is most often just tax. Very little of my out of pocket this year has been anything but tax. I will reset those figures beginning 2011, but I will probably still have my 2010 total savings included in it. I think I will change my posts just a little and put both the Sub-total amount and the tax and then the total, to keep it clear. Thanks for pointing out this question, it will help me look at it closer and make it clearer.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Cheryl for answering my question :)