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I’ve been seeing make money from home advertisements EVERYWHERE for a long time. I never thought any of it was real until today. I got TWO checks in the mail. One was from Cash Crate, the other from Inbox Dollars. Considering the night I had last night (Catfisherman’s Paradise was a HUGE waste of money) I really needed it. Here’s your proof,and if you’re in need of extra cash then here are the links: or


Cash Crate Inbox Dollars



There’s a lot coming up. I have yet to form an official opinion about the current state of things, but its coming.

During review week, I reviewed stuff!!!! There was Chris Big Money’s new album Money Beats, the video for “All Your Money Are Belong To Me”, my nutrition project, that broccoli and cheese soup I had at school and a bunch of nothing in between  (I got a little busy, and then tired, then lazy.) And now, some shameless promotion: Buy the album, watch the video, get the soup and do your homework.

Now that Thanksgiving is done with, we all get to start focusing on Christmas. This year has been driving me crazy. It’s my first anything being married, and for some reason that added a bit of stress to it. Luckily, my husband is ridiculously creative, so we figured it out in a matter of a day. I was going to go out shopping today, but he convinced me otherwise. Oh, about that random idea I had…

I decided for next week to add a random thoughts from my husband bit to each post. He’s a smart man and he’s afraid to say things that other people wouldn’t dare think of.

That is all. Here’s a picture of my son trying to make his own sandwich:

the little stinker trying to be independent

This kid is growing up fast


First, I apologize for not having a review yesterday. Being a medical student, you get really tired sometimes and all you want to talk about are all the weird things you see on clinicals.

Anyway, today’s review is on the restaurant at my college. Inside the student lounge, we have a little place called food for thought. They have pretty decent hours (8 A.M. – 7 P.M.) and different lunch specials everyday. They’ve also got lots and lots of awesome sweet stuff. Cappuccino is pretty decent too.

The place came to us via Ritter‘s frozen custard. IU East was asked about putting on there, and IU said no. Ivy Tech Richmond said they would try it, and the place has been a really big hit so far. The prices definitely help, and specials are even cheaper.  One of today’s specials was broccoli and cheese soup for $1.25, and my God that was the best broccoli and cheese soup I’ve had in ages.

There have been quite a few times I’ve had this kind of soup and it was too watery, way too thick, wasn’t warm at all or I had to season it with salt and pepper after being served. This one tasted just the way I like it; like a bowl of broccoli and melted cheese ^_^. I’d love to know what type of cheese they used, because it was probably one of the best cheddar cheeses I’ve tasted recently. I highly recommend the place. Everything I’ve had from there was great :-).

Ivy Tech students, you can get a list of specials for the week by logging into your campus connect account, and looking through the announcements.