I am going to let you all in on a secret. For my next birthday (which is less than a month away so get shopping), I’m sending a picture of myself to Mr. Scott and I’m going to say I’m 100 so he can tell everyone how great I look, considering I’m a century old. It’s just a way to boost my self esteem. I don’t think anyone does any fact checking there. It’s just news. 
Hey, speaking of “The Today Show,” did you want to know if my buddy Dana’s story ran on TODAY.com? It did! Remember how Dana was looking for people to interview about parents helping their kids with homework they didn’t really understand?  Well, she ended up speaking to a couple of you and you’re (well, a couple of you) in the story. If you haven’t seen it yet, here it is. I thank you. Dana thanks you. Al Roker thanks you. And Kathie Lee wants to have drinks.  
Dana has a new project for TODAY, and I’m sure she wouldn’t mind if you checked it out. She’s not buying food for her family from a grocery store for 30 days. I think I could do this for about two days. What about you? Could you go for 30 days or a week without shopping at a grocery store? 

I am going to let you all in on a secret. For my next birthday (which is less than a month away so get shopping), I’m sending a picture of myself to Mr. Scott and I’m going to say I’m 100 so he can tell everyone how great I look, considering I’m a century old. It’s just a way to boost my self esteem. I don’t think anyone does any fact checking there. It’s just news. 

Hey, speaking of “The Today Show,” did you want to know if my buddy Dana’s story ran on TODAY.com? It did! Remember how Dana was looking for people to interview about parents helping their kids with homework they didn’t really understand?  Well, she ended up speaking to a couple of you and you’re (well, a couple of you) in the story. If you haven’t seen it yet, here it is. I thank you. Dana thanks you. Al Roker thanks you. And Kathie Lee wants to have drinks.  

Dana has a new project for TODAY, and I’m sure she wouldn’t mind if you checked it out. She’s not buying food for her family from a grocery store for 30 days. I think I could do this for about two days. What about you? Could you go for 30 days or a week without shopping at a grocery store? 

Notes

  1. electradaddy said: Sometimes I’m at the grocery store twice a day because I’ve forgotten something (thankfully it’s never my children). And, yes, I use a list. But I still manage to forget the one thing I need like hamburger on the night I’m making sloppy joes.
  2. mamamusement said: Where is she getting food—all local markets?
  3. neuroticdad said: I have always been scared of Willard Scott.
  4. ipromisetowrite said: I would have no hesitation shopping small businesses for groceries if it wasn’t for towing around two kids under 4. I’ll have to follow her story!
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