Monday, September 2, 2013

Marvelous Monday & Review {PDF: Episode 3 “Budget Cuts"}

It is the third week of
"Marvelous Monday & Review"
and I have another product to give away to one of Sweetly Made (Just for you) readers. I don't know about you but I look forward to Mondays because I get to watch another episode of Pretty Darn Funny.
Please go {HERE} for information about Pretty Darn Funny.
In my opinion:
I loved watching the new episode titled, "Budget Cuts." The best part was that the family was trying to save money for a family portrait. I sort of felt bad for them because I wanted to give them names of some awesome photographers in the area. Yes, I was sucked in and wanted to help.

There were some pretty funny and clever ideas on ways to save money. The ideas were a little extreme but they were also brilliant and hilarious. My favorites were the designer shirts, cheap entertainment and eating the expired food storage. I also thought the actors played their roles perfectly. I liked how the dad made the experience of "budget cuts" a positive one. I definitely enjoyed this episode and hope you will too.

This week, one individual will win a copy of
Rocky Road by Josi Kilpack.
It was supposed to be a girls’ weekend in scenic St. George, Utah that would include shopping, trying out the local cuisine, and participating in a breast cancer fundraiser. The fact that one of the organizers of the fundraising event, a local doctor, disappeared two months ago was not supposed to be Sadie’s problem. In fact, she refuses to participate in the grassroots investigation her friend Caro, and Caro’s cousin, Tess, have put together prior to her arrival. But then she meets the ex-wife of the missing doctor. How could she not ask a few questions . . . that lead to a few more questions . . . that lead to a small town and yet even more questions. Before she knows it, Sadie is in the middle of yet another murder investigation and trying to piece together a convoluted trail of good intentions, hidden motivations, and philanthropy turned big business.
About the author:   
Josi S. Kilpack began her first novel in 1998. Her seventh novel,
Sheep’s Clothing, won the 2007 Whitney Award for Mystery/
Suspense. Rocky Road is Josi’s nineteenth novel and the tenth book
in the Sadie Hoffmiller Culinary Mystery Series.
Josi currently lives in Willard, Utah, with her husband and
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Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products or services for free in the hope that I would mention them on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


  1. I thought episode three was funny! I felt sad that this family worked so hard to get their photo taken and ended up with a terrible picture.

  2. I watched the 3rd episode. I loved the toilet paper part. "It's like Christmas"

  3. I watched the 3rd episode. I loved the toilet paper part. "It's like Christmas"

  4. Family pictures are expensive, and this was a cute one!


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