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Monday, August 30, 2010

Walking to the IGA for Great, Quick, Ready-To-Eat Food!

As a farm wife who always has to come up with at least lunch for whoever is working that day, our IGA is an awesome friend!  How great is it to have a grilled sandwhich just waiting for me to pick up after Saturday morning soccer games????  Stop there at 11:00, and I am good to go for lunch!  Did you check out the prices?  DANG!  You just have to love these guys and gals and the great service they provide us on Friday nights and Saturday afternoons several times through out the year!  Big HUG to my IGA peeps!

















Tuesday Tag-Along

23 comments:

  1. I am already following you thanks to Tuesday Blog Hop but i just thought i should stop by and see how you're doing.
    Plus, don't forget, if you need any help increasing your blog's traffic or easy HTML tips, you know where to come!
    Today we talk about how to create a pop-up window, so come on by to find out that and more! Happy Tuesday!

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  2. Those prices make it totally worth a stop!

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  3. That is a BLESSING!!! When I have to come up with a meal for the farm helpers, it usually ends up being something out of my freezer; due to the fact the nearest town is 20 miles. And those prices at your IGA, you can't beat that!

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  4. That is amazing! You can't even make something yourself for a price like that. They deserve to be featured in your blog as "friends".

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  5. That is awesome. I stopped at our Marsh last night to get some of their yummy chicken salad and they were out. I had to come up with a Plan B at 7pm.

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  6. LOL. We get that kind of thing where we live too. I can't eat most of it, but my husband loves getting a brat or burger and coke for such a cheap price! :-)

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  7. Thanks for the follow...I am now following you back.

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  8. We have a small, family-owned market in our town, which comes to the rescue on many busy days. I'm now following you from Tag Along Tuesday. I think your two girls are adorable. Oh, and yes, I teach English too, only I'm still teaching as an adjunct at several colleges. It's nice to meet you.

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  9. Hi, nice to meet you! I love your wallpaper here and it definitely says "Farm" and "Country". You're a lucky gal to have had your babies in your 40's like me. So many blogs out here are about infertility, we are blessed indeed.

    Thanks for finding me, I dropped by to check things out and to follow you back :)

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  10. Hi Lana, I love IGA's... When we' vacation in Arkansas -when my sons were teens, the ONLY grocery store near us was an IGA... We LOVED it.... Just like yours, the prices were right.... Glad you have one close to you!!!!

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  11. The price makes it worth the soccer game drive!

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  12. We get that kind of thing here too!

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  13. Just wanted to let you know that I gave you an award over on my blog tonight. Big Congrats!
    a Latte with Ott, A

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  14. Wow! Those ARE low prices for yummy food after a soccer game! Glad you found a place to stop that makes your life easier and isn't a budget breaker! By the way- THANK YOU for all of the nice comments you have been leaving on my blog. I am so sorry I haven't stopped over here more- things have been so hectic with the start of work and this darn back thing! I am feeling so hopeful that your husband had a surgery that worked. My herniated disc is at L5. Did he ever get the steroid injection before the surgeries? That is my next option. Hoping the PT works, though! Have a wonderful evening! :)

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  15. Our IGA closed a few years ago.
    I really miss their fried chicken.
    When I was pregnant with Little D that was MY FOOD!

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  16. That's awesome! We had an IGA close by during college. Everyone called it "The Igga."

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  17. oh, how i miss those cook outs at the IGA!!! such great food!

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  18. OMG...grilled tenderloin is my FAVORITE! Many a memory of walking from school to the local grocery to grab some chicken strips before games/practices!

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  19. following from blog hop...would love to have you follow back.
    http://funfritzfamily.blogspot.com/

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  20. Hey Lana, what is the name of Drew Brees' book, I would love to read it... guess I just missed that he had one out. "o(

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  21. 50¢ for a COKE?!?! That's unheard of! We can get a hot dog at Costco for 1.50, but a grilled pork loin sandwich would probably be 8 bucks around here!

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