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Kiengkham's Korner: spring things

March Madness has taken over the Kiengkham home. My husband and I filled out our brackets. Let's just say we will not be winning that billion dollar prize. My bracket completely was destroyed after the second round! How did you guys do?! A lot of upsets, right?!

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It is our first spring season in our new home. We are anxious to start planting flowers and vegetables! My brother and husband spent the afternoon shopping for the best deals on flowers. They found great deals at home depot and Lowe's. My husband purchased bamboo trees, hostas, snow cones, azaleas, ballerina reds, and a cypress (who I named prince harry cause he looks like a harry). The boys in my family spent the day cutting tree limbs, weed killing, grass cutting and planting. It is pretty exciting! I am excited to share weekly updates with you all. This year I get to create a garden and see it from start to bloom!

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My friends and I got together for dinner. It was a Mexican themed dinner. I made a 7 layer dip (pictured below) and the whole dinner was the best! At last, we met the cutest baby boy! He is too adorable! Those cheeks are too cute!

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A year ago my friend got me addicted to coupons. After my wedding I was looking to saving money and my friend introduced me to coupons. After my first purchase of free stuff I got addicted! It was a bunch of soap, deodorant and shampoo. Now I have a collection that I'm pretty proud of. I never thought about sharing my stuff here on the blog, but my friend said it would be cool. If you like this, leave a comment and I'll continue to show you guys my purchases. My husband and I recently went to CVS and got paper towel, cotton balls, nail polis remover, dish detergent, laundry detergent and makeup with our coupons. Before it was $91 and after sales/coupons totaled to $15!!

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