I have much to be thankful for…

I went shopping today and found that the items important to me were dropping farther in price. I have just a few items that matter to me and today I was surprised with the huge price drop. My favorite coffee went from 109 rubles per 100 grams to, buy two for the price of one. 109 rubles and I get two cans of coffee…

Yes, I grabbed two cans and now have so much coffee at home that I will not need to buy it for about a year. That is important to me…

DSC00011My favorite bread went down 10 rubles for a loaf (19 rubles now) and the shocker of all shocks, Pepsi products dropped from 65 rubles a liter and a half to 45 rubles ($1) a liter and a half. I just had to grab a bottle of Pepsi at that price…

I also picked up some items for Thanksgiving, Sveta loves the meals I cook and of course the pumpkin pie (Here.) Everything was about the same in cost, except for eggs and they always scream to the moon about two times a year, during Christmas/New Year and Easter. That always makes me mad, because it is simply price gouging for profits…

Therefore I have no worries right now, with my favorite coffee and a good meal coming on Thanksgiving, I have much to be thankful for…

Posted by Kyle Keeton
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A survivor of six heart attacks and a brain tumor, a grumpy bear of a man, who has declared Russia as his new and wonderful home (&) Honestly, I have no idea how much to ask for, but is a gift of even $1 something you'd be able to consider, to help keep Windows to Russia online in a Tiny Russian Village?