Saturday, January 21, 2012

Tupperware Kick Off

To kickoff my newest company, Tupperware, I’m having a Super Bowl of a sale. Send me your order via email, and I’ll give you 15% off your order. To browse our catalog, you can visit us at While there, why not check out what’s on sale. Example: 40% off Modular Mates, with a choice of color seals. Got a bridal shower in your future, why not gift them with something they could use – Tupperware. Please feel free to contact me for any questions.

Please send your order(s) to me before January 31. I accept PayPal.

Feel free to let your family and friends know about my Tupperware Kick Off Sale.

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Have you seen Tupperware lately?

When was the last time you saw a Tupperware catalog? If it's been awhile or if you've never seen one, why not visit our site? You will discover smart, sustainable solutions for easier, more enjoyable living. You can browse categories showcasing choices that are just right for the way you live. Tupperware has products ranging from food preparation to storage. Always on the go? We have products for that. Our storage containers will help organize your kitchen, fridge, freeze and so much more. Our products make great gift ideas. Have kids who love to help out in the kitchen? Check out the great children's items.

If you are interested in earning hostess gifts, we'd love to talk with you about hosting a catalog party. We would send you the necessary materials to take up orders. Do you know of an organization looking to earn money via fundraising? Let Tupperware help with that. The organization would earn 40% of their final order.

Tupperware products have a limited lifetime warranty against chipping cracking, breaking or peeling under normal non-commercial use. They are also dishwasher safe unless otherwise noted.

Again, our site is located at We love having visitors; any and all sales are greatly appreciated.

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

December 21, 20012

What will you be doing on December 21, 2012? If you are a doomsday believer, you are probably expecting the world to end that day. There are probably Christians who believe that is when the Second Coming of Christ will occur. All the talk stems around the fact that the Mayan calendar ends its 5,125-year-long cycle. Predictions have ranged from Christ coming that day to the Earth being hit by some large object. If you are true child of God, you don't need to worry as you know you've a home in Heaven waiting for you. The following Bible verses are from the King James translation and will help you to understand that no one, not even Jesus, knew when the end times would happen.

Matthew 24:36
But of that day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels of heaven, but my Father only.

Matthew 24:42
Watch therefore, for ye know not what hour your Lord doth come.

Matthew 24:44
Therefore be ye also read: for in such an hour as ye think not the Son of man cometh.

Matthew 25:13
Watch therefore, for ye know neither the day nor the hour wherein the Son of man cometh.

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Books, Books & More Books

If you're an avid reader such as me, you know your new year is off to a great start when you become the proud owner of your very first ereader. I went out with my sister on Monday, and broke down and bought myself a Nook Simple Touch. My ultimate wish was for the Nook Tablet, but settled for the Simple Touch for now since I was really wanting something to download library books onto.

As soon as I got home with it, it was immediately plugged into my computer to start charging. (Note: if you buy one, be aware that it took mine almost 24 hours to charge to full capacity.) While my new "toy" was charging, I began to surf around for free books to download. Once the Nook was charged, I downloaded almost 30 books. Barnes and Noble is one of the first places I went to. I'll admit, most of the free book sites don't offer the latest books on the market, but that's ok. One suggestion I would make if you are considering purchasing an ereader, whether it be a Nook, Kindle, Sony or some other type of ereader, find out from your local library if they offer ebooks for downloading. If they do, you may want to find out what you need to do in order to download books onto your ereader. Some places, such as Barnes and Noble, offer bargain deals. You could also consider making friends with people who have ereaders and you can share books.

As I said, I love to read and have always loved to do so for as long as I can remember. When I was a child, my interest was history. I loved reading biographies about such people as George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Daniel Boone, etc. Around the time I turned 18, my sister brought home a paperback by Kathleen Woodweiss, The Flame and the Flower. This book started a lifelong love of historical romances. It's funny that after 40 years, I still remember that book. Even though books about American history and historical romances are my favorites, I also like books about Native Americans, cave people/pre-history, and some syfy/paranormal items.

Favorite authors? I enjoy Jude Devereaux, Johanna Lindsay, Victoria Alexander, Mary Balogh, Gayle Callen, and Heather Graham, just to name a few. Cassie Edwards has written several historical romance books about Native Americans. In the syfy/paranormal genre, I like Christine Feehan, Sherrilyn Kenyon, and Gena Showalter.
Kathleen O'Neal Gear and W. Michael Gear, a husband & wife team, wrote several books about early Americans that I really enjoyed reading. This past September I attended my first book signing. Zak Bagans, host of the "Ghost Adventures" on the Travel Channel, had written a book entitled Dark World. in which he talks about some of the adventures he, Nick Groff, and Aaron Goodwin have while checking out haunted places. It was great to meet someone and have them sign a book for me.