It’s so close to Black Friday..

For all your Black Friday Deals GO Here-

Now If I had my way..The hubby and I would get to a store early.. I would have the store mapped out.. Because I had done my recon homework.. We would have walkie  talkies. In constant contact. We would have lists of first and second choices.. When the store opened. we would get what we were there for..

Next store is the same way..In and Out people.. Quick, Quick. Every store would be a breeze..Get our stuff and get out..My coupons would work and I would get my huge load for next to nothing..

What is really going  to happen??

My husband refuses to go Black Friday Shopping. But this is probably as good thing..He would be awfully cranky at 4 in the morning, outside freezing to get toys, Connor won’t play with in a few days..

Don’t ya love the holidays??

Happy Veterans Day!

Make sure you tell all the veterans in your life Thank You.

Here is all the stuff going on in Columbus Today.

Freebies:

  • The IMAX® Theatre will offer FREE screenings of “WWII in HD: The Air War,” all day, beginning at 10 am The brand new History Channel documentary will be shown every hour on the hour with the exception of 3pm. The last show is scheduled for 5pm.
    [Read: National Infantry Museum to host Veterans Day events]
  • Veterans may visit either of the Goo Goo 3 minute express washes located at Whitesville Road or Mercury Drive in Columbus or the Bent Creek Pkway location in Auburn from 8am-7pm on Thursday, November 11, 2010 to receive a complimentary wash. [Read: Veterans to get a free car wash]
  • Chik-fil-A restaurants in Columbus and Phenix City will be honoring veterans on Thursday, Nov. 11 from 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.  All military personnel with valid ID will receive a free chicken sandwich with any purchase. The Columbus and Phenix City Chick-fil-A restaurants will also give a free Chick-fil-A® Nuggets Kid’s Meal (four-count) to customers who donate four cans of food from Nov. 1 to Dec. 15. The donations will be given to the local Salvation Army Food Bank to help feed the needy throughout the holidays and beyond. [Read: Chik-Fil-A to honor Veterans]
  • At Flint RiverQuarium all veterans, active duty and retired military personnel will be admitted free to the Flint RiverQuarium on Thursday, November 11, from 9 am-5 pm. Flint RiverQuarium is located at 101 Pine Avenue in downtown Albany, Georgia.
  • At Dollar General veterans can receive 10% off their purchase. Click here for more information.
  • Veterans eat free at Hooters with a drink purchase.
  • Applebees is giving away a select menu to veterans. Drinks and tax not included.
  • Outback is giving away a free blooming onion to vets and active duty.
  • Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corporation is offering free doughnuts to all veterans and active military personnel.
  • Golden Corral is offering free buffet meals - including beverage and dessert - to current military and veterans on Monday, Nov. 15, from 5 to 9 p.m. No military ID is required for its ninth annual Military Appreciation Monday, according to Dolly Mercer, national events manager. The event is held on this date, she says, “so we don’t interfere with Veterans Day activities.”
  • Home Depot - 10% off
  • Lowes - 10% off
  • Chilis will offer a free meal on Thursday to veterans.