Every Sunday, I get an e-mail from Walgreens about current sales. Normally, I ignore e-mails from stores concerning sales because:
1. Outside of grocery shopping, I rarely have time to shop at a real store.
2. Unless I see the word "free" or "half price", I don't pay attention.
3. I have way too much junk e-mail to ever, ever, ever read them all.
However, since there are several Walgreens stores within a few miles from our house, I do read their e-mails. And I regularly use their web site.
Sometimes, after the kids go to bed, my husband and I play the PlayStation 2 game Jeopardy. My husband sits at the couch, controller in hand, ready to select the answer to the question. I sit at the computer, keyboard in hand, ready to search for and yell the answer from across the room.
We are masters at this game! Playing the game this way has:
Caused us to win and WIN WELL every time.
Taught me to type at the speed of light.
Turned us into the future champions of the real Jeopardy game show (with, of course, my husband at the controls and me in a Bluetooth headset in his ear).