Saturday, March 12, 2011

Honey Money


When ever I sell honey or creams and balms or teach a class, I try to keep the profits separate from our other sources of income. I try to hold some aside so I can invest it in supplies as needed, but in the end most of the money goes to pay bills. This year, however I've found myself in a strange spot. The bills are paid. Other than the mortgage, insurance and utility bills, we are all caught up.

This is the first year in a long time that I'm splurging and buying something for myself. I'm calling it my Sonic Year because I got a Sonic Care tooth brush. Whoa, I wish I had gotten one of those years ago. Simply amazing, and not at all like any other electric toothbrush I've ever used.

The next thing I splurged on is a Viewsonic seven inch Android tablet. Palm top computing has come so far since I had my first Palm Pilot. This thing does nearly everything a full sized computer will do, but there is a learning curve since it is an operating system that is new to me. It is WiFi, It has a video camera in the back and one on the front side for video conferencing. I can use it as a bluetooth phone, but won't. It has a functioning GPS system in it that links to Google maps. Most of the apps are free downloads. This thing is a gem

So there you have it. This was my splurge. The only other thing I want is a back hoe, but that will only cone is I save my honey money for the next ten years or so.

6 Comments:

Blogger Trop said...

I love my Sonic Care toothbrush, though it took some getting used to. Congrats on your windfall.

5:33 PM  
Blogger darev2005 said...

I've been thinking about one of those toothbrushes. With your endorsement, and Trop's, of course, I may have to go get one. I had to get a new computer this weekend and I've been updating and reloading files all day, it seems. What a pain.

6:46 PM  
Blogger g said...

Can you elaborate more on the toothbrush? I'm curious about it.

7:05 PM  
Blogger The Guy Who Writes This said...

The first time you hold it you know there is something different about it. Then the brush moves so fast it's like having a bee flying around in your mouth. As for the technical bla-bla, it is supposed to get deeper under your gum line. Anyway, it works great, and feels great.

7:43 AM  
Anonymous Uncle Walt said...

Having had a bee fly in my mouth a couple times, I hope the toothbrush REALLY isn't like that. :p

12:33 PM  
Anonymous Electric Toothbrush Reviews said...

Happy Sonic Year friend!
Electric toothbrushes are definitely "IN" these days!

7:50 AM  

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