For a limited time, the ING Direct Electric Orange debit card now gives you 1% Cash Back. I’m not sure how wide reaching this promotion is, but if you are an ING Electric Orange account holder, you may be interested in the following announcement:
- Runs October 1st through November 30th
- Good on card purchases under $50
- No registration needed
- Your rebate will be placed into your account by the 15th of the next month
The last three weeks have been crazy around here. We hosted a church conference. Here’s a post my wife wrote if you want to know what’s involved in a ‘kibung’.
In the last three months we’ve had company for a total of six weeks. It has been so much fun! If you have kids and there are Christians traveling through your town, try hosting people. It will bless your family life.
I had to laugh when I got this message when someone unsubscribed from my blog today – “YOU ARE BORING AS MUD DRYNG !!!,,,,DUDE!” I guess everyone doesn’t like my writing style. I think there was a time when this message would have bothered me, but my shell is getting a little more crusty as I get more feedback.
Just in case anyone else thinks I’m boring, here are some of the …
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