Sunday, February 8, 2009

Free Breakfast at Chick-fil-A

Who doesn't love Chick-fil-A???? It's one of my favorites so imagine my excitement to see the free breakfast headline in the newspaper:) It's happening February 9-14 from 6:30-10:30am. The article said that the location on Louis Henna was participating...not sure about other locations.

Monday, Feb. 9th Free Chick-fil-A Chicken Biscuit
Tuesday, Feb. 10th Free Chicken Biscuit Minis
Wednesday, Feb. 11th Free Sausage Biscuit
Thursday, Feb. 12th Free Chicken Biscuit
Friday, Feb. 13th Free Chicken Biscuit Minis
Saturday, Feb. 14th Free Sausage Biscuit

Monday, February 2, 2009

Free Grand Slam Breakfast at Denny's

You know how I love to share freebies that I see advertised...Tuesday, Feb. 3rd from 6am to breakfast at Denny's:)

IHOP is offering free pancakes on Feb. 24 in celebration of National Pancake Day.

This will be the fourth year that IHOP has celebrated the national event, with nearly 1,400 IHOP restaurants throughout the United States giving guests a free short stack of buttermilk pancakes from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Diners will be asked to donate what they would have paid for the free pancakes, or more, to their local children's hospital or another charity. IHOP is hoping to raise $1 million for Children's Miracle network, a nonprofit helping children's hospitals and other causes.

Last year, IHOP gave away more than 1.5 million pancakes and raised more than $875,000 for charities.



I changed the title of my blog today...borrowed from the Sam Cooke song. It is an appropriate theme for so many things in my life right now. Some changes I am looking forward to and some are just going to happen whether I like it or not. First and most simply I am anticipating the change of seasons. Can't wait for the green grass, flowers, spring cleaning and warm breezy afternoons. Change, as in, "the change." I am not welcoming this one so warmly, but it is a reality that I am learning about and dealing with. Career change, as in closing my business of 10 years and now enjoying some time to slow down, re-group, be at home and decide what is next for me. Family change, as in being 6 months away from Nolan leaving for college and having Kelsie leave the very next year. And more generally I am hopeful for changes in our country and looking for ways that I can be a part of a positive change. I read this quote by an anonymous writer..."Change is the essence of life. Be willing to surrender what you are for what you could become." Yea that fits perfectly...I'm working on it one day at a time and it may take me awhile:)