Wiles, Bonnie; Cox, Connie
July 2010
Guideposts;Jul2010, Vol. 65 Issue 5, p26
The article focuses on celebrating birthdays and in being a coupon clipper. One author says that she always looks forward for her birthday because she gets a birthday card from her friend Shirley. She emphasizes that the card is the same with what Shirley has mailed with her in 1977. Another author stresses that she makes sure to bring extra coupons when going to supermarkets as others may need it.


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