Wednesday, June 29, 2011

"CEP Compression Sock Review and Giveaway"

 I was so excited to receive my CEP Compression Socks from Sports Compression.  I couldn't wait to try them out.  I have never worn any type of compression socks so I didn't know what to expect. They fit nice and snug as compression socks are suppose too!  I went out for a run in them and didn't care for that.  Some people love them on a run, but me, not so much.  On the plus side, they did stay secure, had nice ventilation and didn't cause any blisters.

I do LOVE my compression socks after a run.  The next time I went for a run, I came home and put them on.  It was instant relief.  They felt so nice.  The aches in my legs felt better. I also like to put them on after being on my feet for several hours as my job requires of me.  They makes my legs feel so much better.  

CEP Compression  has lots of great information on their website

For all Runners and Endurance Athletes
~The scientifically optimized pressure flow provides your muscles with the maximum amount of oxygen and energy during performance and recovery.

The times are over where the sole purpose of socks and stockings was to protect feet from blistering. The CEP compression sportsocks are the first functional sport socks with a unique compression profile that provides a scientifically proven increase in blood circulation and a consequent increase in performance.

Achilles Tendon Support:
 ~Additional support of the Achilles tendon protects and prevents irritable tendons.

Padded Foot Soles:
~The special support of the foot sole prevents irritations caused by pressure spots.

Ventilation Channels:
~For a pleasant foot climate.

3-D Fit:
~The socks adjust to the anatomy of the leg and foot for a perfect fit thanks to the three-dimensional manufacturing process.

~Shin Splints 
~ Achilles Issues
~Fatigue, Micro Muscle tears
~ Vibration trauma
~Blood clots from travel

As you can see, there are many benefits to wearing compression socks.  I encourage you to check them out now here. CEP Compression offers a 30 day money back guarantee.  

CEP Compress is offering you a one time discount on your purchase from their website.  Just use this coupon code at checkout...BLOG15 to receive your 15% discount.

I look forward to having my new CEP Sports Compression socks after I come home from running, especially when I go over 5 miles or run a race.  I am really glad I will have them for my upcoming relay, 2011 Hood to Coast.  We will be traveling and taking turns running.  I will be wearing my sports compression socks in-between my runs to help with fatigue and cramps.  Oh, I do believe this is a must for anyone doing Hood to Coast!

 Would you like to win a pair of compression socks for yourself?  

Here's how to enter:  

Each item will count as one entry, so be sure and leave separate comments.


     1.  Follow Sports Compression on Facebook!  Go here and “like” Sports Compression. You MUST leave a comment on their page saying "I love and are here because Simply Julie sent me". Then come back to this blog and tell me in a comment below. 
·         2.  Become a follower of this blog and leave a comment to let me know.  

     3. Go to CEP Compression's website.  Tell me what color you like best and something you learned about their products...comment below.
     4.  Like Dallas OR Running Club on facebook and tell them "Simply Julie" sent you.  (You don't have to be from Dallas to join this group). Comment below and let me know you did this.
·         5.  Post this giveaway on your blog, facebook or twitter, and comment here to let me know. (worth two entries)

I was given a pair of CEP Compression socks from Sports Compression to test in exchange for my honest review.  I was not compensated in any other way
A winner will be picked on the evening of July 19th, after Dallas OR Running Club group run.  

Good luck and spread the word!

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Cash Envelope System Review...Make budgeting fun??

Not too long ago I saw a link to these Cash Envelope Systems. It really caught my eye because my current envelope system was a mess.  I just used regular white envelopes.  They got tossed into my purse and away we went.  The problem is, they would end up getting bent up, the flap would get in the way and I was constantly  having to toss out the old bent up envelopes for new ones.  When I saw this option I was really excited.  I contacted the seller and got one to try out.  I was even more impressed when I got it than I thought I would be.  It fits perfect into a little wallet I had just bought the week or two before.  The cash envelope system is about 6.5" wide x 3.5" tall.  It has a front flap to slip into the "check-book" area of some wallets if you choose.  I prefer to just have it it my wallet purse.   This cash envelope system could be used in a number of ways. 
One option would be to use it to budget your funds out for the month.  An example of this would be to get your ten envelopes labeled something like this...groceries, fun, hair, eating out, gas, date night, gifts, ect.
  Another option would be to use it for organizing coupons. An example would be something like, Rite Aid, Safeway, Walgreens, Albertsons, (any place you use coupons at).  You could plan your trips before you leave to shop, and have your coupons all in place so you are organized for each store. 
   I use my Cash Envelope System with a combination of these two ideas.   There are ten envelopes, so I picked to label mine... groceries, eating out, fun, house cleaning (this is my part time job), coupons (for planed trips to the store I'm going to that day), and one envelope for each person in my family.
   You may order your envelope system "laminated."  I would recommend paying a few extra dollars to get the laminating done.  This will ensure your envelope system last and last for a long time.
After you order your envelope system you simply send Kelleigh a note telling her what ten categories you would like, and she does a really cute print up for you. They are added to your envelope system before it's mailed out to you.  The tab-tops are really easy to see when I open my wallet to get cash or coupons out for my transaction.  I highly recommend you checking this out!
  Visit Kelleigh Ratzlaff Designs on facebook here.  Be sure and "like" her, and then post "Simply Julie" sent you!
  Next, visit Kelleigh's Esty shop here and pick out your favorite Cash Envelope System. Her Envelope Systems come in lots of pretty colors and designs.

Using a cash envelope system is a fun way to get started on a budget.  The last year my husband and I worked very hard to get some bills paid off by using a budget.  It was very hard at first, but it is paying off.  We now have two credit cards completely paid off!  I now feel like we have control over our money instead of our money having control over us!

Saturday, June 25, 2011

"Reveiw on BLUSH Hair"

 BLUSH Hair Design, located on 865 Main St. in Dallas, OR, opened their doors to the public in September 2006.  It has a very inviting atmosphere.  

This is what you see when you walk into BLUSH!  As you can see they offer color, and highlighting along with other salon services.

This is my favorite area of BLUSH!  I have often sat here while waiting for my daughter to get her hair cut.  It is nice and relaxing with plenty of magazines to look at while you wait.  You can also look through the magazines/books looking for that perfect look!
  Rachel and Erin.  Rachel is the owner and founder of BLUSH.  Rachel has lived in Dallas for 37 years.  She raised her family of three here.  She now, is the proud Grandma of Ella who is two, and soon to be Grandma to Coral.  She is married to Mark and is enjoying being a newlywed, Grandma and Salon owner.   She has 4 stylist working now for BLUSH.  Good news, they have a manicurist in school and will be ready to work in September.   
  Rachel loves to cut, color and weave.  She loves to do new styles for clients.  "Everyday is unique"  She looks forward to seeing her clients each month.
  Erin has worked at BLUSH since it opened.  She has lived in Dallas since she was born.  She has two adorable kids and is married to Jerin.  She love to do color and razor cuts.  She loves it all!  Erin truly loves her job!

This is a "before" picture of myself, Julie.  I am tired of my hair and would like it trimmed up.  I need some texture and shape added.  Rachel is cutting my hair today!  I have never had my hair cut by Rachel.  I look forward to seeing how she cuts it!  I told her what I normally do to my hair.  I also told her, to cut it however you would like...just don't make me look like a boy!

My after picture.  As you can see, my hair looks much better.  Rachel cleaned up my fly-a-ways and added great shape to my hair.  I am very happy with it.  We talked about coming back another time for some color around my face.
Rachel was very professional, but added a friendly touch!  She was easy to chat with as she cut my hair.  I do recommend her for sure!  I know she would be happy to help you get the look you are after.  She is offering $5.00 off to anyone who comes in and mentions this blog!  Call today and make your appointment.

This is Raelee, she is my 15 year old daughter.  She is a Sophomore at DHS.  She is getting her hair cut today by Erin.  Erin has also done my hair several times.  Raelee wasn't sure what she wanted to do to her hair today.  She has been growing it out for quite a while.  She decided, she would talk to Erin about what to do.  Erin took time to look through some magazines/books and show Raelee some ideas.  She trimmed up the back and sides.  Added some great shape to her bangs and used the 
 razor to add a great shape to her overall hair.  Raelee was really happy with what her hair ended up looking like today.  Erin left it long enough to pull back, but Raelee can also just keep it down for a nice look as well.  Raelee always prefers Erin when getting a cut.  Erin would be a great choice to come in and get a back-to-school cut.
 Erin is offering $5.00 off any salon service if you mention this blog.

I made this picture extra large so you can clearly see what BLUSH has to offer you.  Find BLUSH on facebook here.  Be sure and post that "Simply Julie" sent you on their wall.
I highly recommend you making your next hair appointment with either Rachel or Erin. And remember to mention this blog for your $5.00 off if you book with Rachel or Erin. Call now.  You can reach BLUSH at 503-623-4131.

Friday, June 24, 2011

Supporting our Youth with Fireworks??? Get your coupon here!

Every year we sell fireworks to help raise funds for the youth to go to camp, conventions, etc.  This year funds will be going to help the teens to to National Youth Convention next month.  It's a ten day trip to AZ. 

If you are planning on buying fireworks, please support the youth.  We have two tents this year.

Western Fireworks and TNT Fireworks. You can get a $10.00 off coupon for TNT Fireworks here.  Just "like" them and then click on "coupon" to your left.

Our Western Tent is located in the Rite Aid parking lot in Dallas, OR.
Our TNT Tent is located in the Dallas Wal-Mart parking lot. 

Hope to see you at the tent!

Wednesday, June 22, 2011


Bella Joy Creations has put out a little summer challenge. The first person to refer 25 new people to her page will get their choice of a necklace, ring, or earrings!

 Bella Joy Creations is out of Salem and makes really cute handmade jewelry.  She has generous donated jewelry to a 5k run I was in charge of in May and has also donated jewelry as give-a-way prizes for two of my coupon classes. 

Click here and "like" Bella Joy Creations, then just write on her wall "Simply Julie sent me"
  Lets see how fast we can get 25 new likes for her!

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Now that's some good couponing!

OOP $0.42

Last night at Tonya's Scentsy Party, her Mom Teresa had a Rite Aid coupon for $3.00 off a $15.00 purchase that expired the next day (today-June 11th)'s a survey coupon.  Nobody wanted the coupon, so I took it.  This morning I decided there is no reason to let this $3.00 coupon go to waist and started planning out a quick trip to Rite Aid after Rylan's baseball game.
My problem was, I didn't want to spend any money on grocery's this weekend, so what-to-do???  I ended up going to Safeway and Walmart!  The only thing pictured I really needed was the soap (I use this for making laundry soap and just ran out).
The soap was $.97 and I only paid $0.41 for really, I paid for the soap and got everything else for $0.01.  Pretty good couponing for my weekend trip!

First Stop Rite Aid....
3 Stride Gums $.77 each = $2.31
Lipton Tea $1.19
6 Raisinets, $.50 each = $3.00
11 On the go Milano $.79 each = $8.69 (they should of range up $.99 each, but I got a 20% discount)
Total $17.39
Total after 20% off Milano $15.19 (just enough to use the $3.00 off $15.00 coupon)
-$1.00 gum coupon
-$.50 x 3 raininets coupons = -$1.50
-$.50 x 11 milano coupons = -$5.50
-$1.19 (free Lipton tea coupon)
-$2.99 UP reward coupon
Bummer, had to pay $0.01 OOP!....LOL!

Next Stop Safeway.............
Lipton Green Tea $1.49
Haribo Candy $1.29
Haribo Candy $1.29
Coke $1.69 (.05 deposit)
Coke $1.69 (.05 deposit)
Total $7.55
Club Card Savings that came off -$3.56
Paper Coupons -3.99
For a total of $7.55 in Coupons
Grand total = $0.00, Perfect transaction!!!

Last Stop, Wal-Mart....
Bar Soap $.97
-0.50 coupon
Shampoo $.97
-$1.00 coupon
Shavers $.97
-$1.00 coupon
Total = $0.41

Total for today = $0.42!  Not a perfect $0.00, but since I did need the soap, I am very happy with all the extra I got today!

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Newport Marathon!..."You can do anything if you drink enough Water!"

My cousin Jennifer (from Arizona) once told me, "Julie, you can do anything if you drink enough water."
I don't do well in the heat!

Newport was my second marathon and very different in many ways than Portland!  With Portland I trained alone and the weather was stormy the day of the race.  I was not properly prepared because of an injury I had to work though during training.  I ended up with a terrible headache that tore me up! Even though so many things went wrong during Portland, it was good and made me stronger.  I wouldn't do it again like I did, but I am very glad I did it and wouldn't trade the experience. 

After Portland I met Tonya.  In the last seven months Tonya and I have become the bestest of friends.  She did Newport last year and loved it.  Told me what a flat and beautiful course it was.  Before I knew it, I was training for another marathon, but this time with a partner.  In the mean time I talked to my cousin in Az, my Mom and my friend Katie about running it too.  Mom decided to walk and Jennifer (my cousin) made arrangements to take vacation at that time and come.  Katie decides to train as well!  We were going to have a great time.  Tonya found a great marathon schedule and off we went.

Training went well for the most part.  I did pull a muscle and had to take it easy for several weeks, but just tried to stay consistent. Consistency isn't always easy, but it does pay off!  

Marathon day came and I felt so ready!  I knew what to expect (or so I thought) and my nerves were doing fairly good.  We arrived on Friday and went to the Embarcadero to get registered.  Some friends from Dallas told me they were coming to cheer me on.  Wow!  It made me feel really good to have the support!  They meet us at registration to take a quick picture and say hello before the big day!
Jennifer, Mom (Donita), me and Raelee

The weather was nice, so nice we left the balcony door open all night.  If you don't know the Oregon coast, this is very odd!  I slept, but not well.  This is totally normal the night before a marathon.  I got up at 4:15 Saturday morning. Jennifer, Mom and I headed to the bus to see my Mom off at 6:00am.  The walkers started an hour early!  The weather was perfect at this time.  I didn't even need a sweatshirt! There was no wind, the bay water was so calm and relaxing.
Mom getting ready to walk the marathon!
There weren't too many people at the start at this time, so I took full advantage of the rest room, yes I did!  You runners out there will fully understand!  Soon Tonya showed up. Tonya, Jennifer, and I found us a spot in the starting line and waited.  I felt so good and ready.  I got all my gadgets set.... garmin, runkeeper!  My husband wasn't able to make this one, so I set up runkeeper so he could track me.  This was a lot of fun.  I had a goal time, so my garmin was going to help me watch my pace.  The weather was still nice, peaceful and the energy from all the runners was so much fun!  I love starting with a large group of people!  
The start...Jennifer and me!

The way my training went, my goal time was a sure win.  I knew I would at the very least PR (personal record).  For Portland I came in at 5:25:25.  Portland was a very hard race for me and so many things went wrong, I was so happy just to finish.  My Newport goal time was 4:30.  I was sure Jennifer and Tonya would come in at about 4:15.  

My supporters
The first 6 miles or so were so fun.  We winded though neighborhoods and headed around to the bay.  There were lots of people cheering us all on.  I saw a heads-up shinny penny and didn't stop to pick it up!  I usually stop for coins when I run, it's fun and gives me something to think about.  I should of stopped for that shinny marathon penny!!!   The view of the Newport bridge with the clear blue sky and sunshine was a sight to see!  It was so pretty.  As we went down the hill to the down town area, it started to smell really bad.  It was a fish place...I was glad to quickly pass on.   Soon we saw my friends who had come just to cheer us on.  The Harper's and the Sillemn's from Dallas. We were at about mile 5 and I felt great.  I could run forever!  They were such great supporters to not only me, but to so many on the course! They had some signs out and we waved and quickly ran by.  I told them something like, "we will look this good at the finish"....hummmmmm, ya!......

On we we went, heading towards Toledo. There were some small hills...I wasn't expecting that Tonya, but I had done some hill training and it sure paid off!  I was fine going up almost every one.  My dear friend Tonya had gotten a chest cold the week before the marathon and was having a hard time.  This was not at all the plan.  We had a plan, and staying together for at least the first 15 mile was it. ...then I figured she would pace off in front of me.  Mile 15 is my wall almost every long run and this is when she kicks in.  Instead, I was ready to pace off and she needed to take it easy....this was very hard for me to do.  I grabbed her cold hand and she said, your hand is warm, I said, your hand is cold.  She said she was ok and Jennifer and I took off.  I started crying.  Like I said, this wasn't how it was suppose to go.  Leaving my best friend was extremely hard, but things don't always go as planned.  I knew how strong Tonya was, and Jennifer and I even talked about how she would probably pass us at the end.  I still was feeling pace was where it needed to be to make my goal.  She did catch back up to me later...she was staying steady and I was getting hotter and hotter from the heat.

After a bit, Jennifer paced ahead.  I was starting to heat up and I needed to slow down a little.   I wasn't expecting it to get up to 80 degrees so fast.  None of my training has been done in the heat.  Who would of thought it would be 80 degrees today on the Oregon coast anyway?  I blame it on Jennifer, who thought it was ideal weather for running since she is used to running in the Arizona sun!!!!  She wanted the sun and she got it!
Around mile 12 my garmin started beeping.  I checked it out and the laps were full.  It was telling me to delete the old laps. Great!  I played with it a second and couldn't figure it out and didn't care to figure it out in the middle of my marathon.  I turned it off and decided to just run!  I no longer wanted this gamin on my wrist.  It was useless to me at this point and I was really sweaty and hot.  Having to carry something that is useless to me was really annoying.  I soon saw my dear friends holding up their signs and cheering me on.  I took the garmin off and handed it to Diane as Carol got my picture. I was so happy to see them.
Now, here I am...about half way though the marathon.  Still feeling ok, but it's heating up.  Just make it to the turn-around, then all you have to do is go back ten miles...ya, whatever!!!!  I soon caught up with my Mom who had started an hour before me.  I walked with her for a minute and was glad she was doing ok.

Mile the turn-around
Finally I came to the turn-around about mile 20.  Around this time, there was Katie...she had started before me and I kept looking for her.  Finally, there she was!  I was so glad to see she was ok.  As I got to the cone to turn around, there was Tonya's parents.  Teresa looked very worried that Tonya and I weren't together.  I tried to reassure her that Tonya wasn't too far back.  As I turned around I saw Tonya coming!  I wanted to talk to her so bad so I waited for her to do the turn around and off we went together.  Just ten short mile to go!  Problem is, this is the hardest ten miles of the race!  Not only is the last ten miles the hardest for me, but it just kept getting hotter and hotter.  I was rather annoyed.  I was happy to be back with Tonya. We did some little games to help keep us going.  You do what you have to do out there people!!!  

I had packed with me, goo, heed, endurolytes, excedrin and my music...all I needed and used!  My problem is, there was no way to pack enough water/heed with the way I was drinking to stay hydrated.  The aid stations were every two miles or so, but it wasn't enough.  I would drink and just start to run out, then there would be a aid station for me to fill up at.  Once as I was running out, feeling very over heated I suddenly saw, Michael, Michelle, and Angela going by in Michael s' car on the lookout for Katie.  I begged them for water.  Thankfully Angela had some tasty ice water she passed off to me while a car behind them had to wait...I didn't care!  The car would just have to wait....I needed water!

When Tonya and I got to mile 23 I had to do yet another very hard thing.  I had started to feel better.  I felt I had something left in me and I wanted to try and run the last 3.2 miles out as fast as I could.  Her chest was hurting from her cold and she had to be careful.  I left her again.  I felt like a terrible friend.

 I took off feeling much better than I had for several miles.  It was like Tonya had calmed me down and the heat wasn't going to get the best of me!  As I went along I started to see several ambulances go by.  I passed a man on the ground with people around him pouring water on him trying to get his temperature down.  I passed a lady on the ground with a IV in her.  The ambulances kept coming and all I could think about is, Tonya, Katie, and Mom are back there...what if the ambulances is for one of them?  UGH!  I had to keep moving forward.  It was very difficult.  I would start running and my body would want to stop so badly.  I talked to a few people as we passed each other.  Us runners must of been looking rather bad at this point because the volunteers were saying very nice things.  One lady said, "less than a mile left!"  That was such good news to me.  I told the man next to me.."less than a mile left."  He seemed annoyed and said, "yes, I heard her."  Well, it made me happy!  It was what seemed like the longest mile ever!  Finally I saw Raelee up ahead.  I told the same man, "I think that's my daughter!"  He went on ahead and Raelee joined me for a second. As we got to the tip of the hill I suddenly felt really good.  I told Raelee I was gonna go.  I passed the annoyed man and another person and crossed that finish line with a strong ending.  I saw my friend Valerie and so many others from Dallas.  It was so nice to be done!
I crossed that finish line and they stopped me to mark my number and put a awesome finisher's medal over my head.  I felt so good.  I was then directed to my left to the recovery area.  I got a goody bag and then saw Jennifer.  All I wanted to do was take my shoes and socks off.  I saw Jennifer over by some chairs. She was all excited about getting a massage.  I took my shoes and socks off and went over to the food table.  I ate a little and then felt sick.  I needed to sit back down.  I got my finishers shirt, and got pictures with Tonya and cried with Tonya...I'm such a baby!  Soon Katie came in...there was also Blanca from Dallas.  I saw others from Dallas who had come in before me.  It was really a great time seeing so many I know.  We got some great pictures.  I was very upset because every time I would stand up, my stomach hurt something terrible.  I think I was dehydrated.  Some time went by and we started to worry about my Mom.  I had planned to walk out to her and walk with her into the finish line. I just couldn't do it.  Jennifer, and some others took off to find her.  Soon I got a text, they found her. There she was, she finished her first marathon!  I just knew you could do it, your a Riley after all!

I was so glad it was done!  Tonya's Mom offered to drive me home, I must of looked like a mess.  I was very thankful for the offer.  I came home took a shower and rested up!  I felt good enough to go to my son Randy's baseball game that evening!  What do you know, the weather was perfect for his game!

Thank you to everyone who was a support to me.  You have now idea what it meant to me.  Running a marathon is very hard, so the support is priceless. I came in around five hours.  The official time results aren't up yet.  Since my garmin filled up, I don't have my time.  I could of looked at the time when I crossed the finish line, but I was too busy trying to pass someone at the end and forgot to look up!  

No, I didn't meet my goal this time.  No, things didn't go as expected.  No, the weather was not what I thought it would be.  No, no, no.  Yes, I did finish. Yes, it was in the 80's so it felt like at least 100 degrees to the runners.  Yes, I did PR from only last October, just a few months ago. Yes, I had the best support team I could ever ask for. Yes, I made the bested friend I ever could ask for during training.  Yes, I saw friends and family accomplish what they thought was impossible for them.  Yes, the yeses far outweigh the no's!
Katie and me!

Tonya and me!

Raelee, me, Jennifer and Mom!

Dallas, OR

Me and my cousin Jennifer!

Thursday, June 2, 2011

My Safeway Trip!

Yesterday I got my $10.00 off $50.00 at Safeway.  Since I shop at Safeway all the time, I love it when this coupon comes out once a month.  I like to play a game with this coupon..."lets see how low we can go!"

When this coupon comes out, I like to get my total (before manufactures coupons) to just over $50.00.  Then see how low I can bring down my total!  You aren't allowed to use milk in your total, so I didn't get any this trip!  If you were to get milk...just make sure you don't add that into your total to make $50.00.

In this trip, I paid $14.73 (85% savings) for $81.51 worth of groceries. I would of like to of gotten it down to under $10.00, but I will take that!

The low-down....
I got 2 boxes of Mac-n-cheese =  $ .59 each = $1.18
Reg Price $2.38
Card Savings - $1.20

1 can of peaches (50% the clearance rack at Safeway!) = $ .50
Reg Price $1.00

1 can of Beef Broth (50% off) $ .50
Reg Price $1.29
Card Savings - $ .29

2 Lipton Rice mixes $ .50 each = $1.00
Reg Price $2.50
Card Savings - .29
Store Coupon - .50 each
Man Coupon - - .50
Ravioli (50% off) $ 0.12
Reg Price $1.25
Card Savings - $.50
Store Coupon - $63 
9 boxes of Ronzoni Rotini $4.50
Reg Price $17.91
Card Savings - $4.41
Mfr Coupon - $9.00
3 boxes Ronzoni Garden Del $4.50
Reg Price $5.97
Card Savings - $1.47
5 boxes Ronzoni Garden Spag Del $ 2.50
Reg Price $9.95
Card Savings - $2.45
Mfr Coupons - $5.00 
2 Capri Sun $2.98
Reg Price $5.00
Card Saving - $2.02
2 Beggin Strips $0.00
Reg Price $8.00
Card Savings - $3.00
J4U Store eCoupon - $2.00
Mfr Coupon B1G1 - $3.00
8 Bar-S Franks $4.00
Reg Price $13.52
Card Savings - $5.52
Mfr Coupon - $4.00
4lbs. Chicken Breast $5.99
Reg Price $11.49
Store Coupon - $3.97
4 OM Wieners $13.96
Reg Price $15.96
Mfr Coupon - $2.00
(had a rain-check for these..ended up being $.49 each)
-$10.00 for spending $50.00
-$2.00 Safeway double
-$12.00 OM Wiener Rain-check
Total $14.73 OOP!