A sleek mug set that will help keep you calm in an otherwise hectic morning. This deal of the day is $49.99 (76% off the $210 retail price). Sale ends at midnight tonight (EST).
The JomaDeals “Ode to Mom” 20-ish Part Series
Part 18: Ode to the Mom who's going to end this vacation right now if you two don't stop horsing around back there
Let’s hear it for the Mom who's going to end this vacation right now if you two don't stop horsing around back there
Seriously, you two, cut it out.
We’ve only been on the road two hours, and you two are already driving me crazy. Here we are, trying to take a nice, family vacation together while your father has some time off from his stressful job, and you two won’t stop horsing around. You’re going to give the both of us a heart attack.
John, stop poking your sister. Jane, stop putting your leg over on your brother’s side. And both of you, stop repeating everything the other says in an attempt to get the other to crack.
Thank goodness I bought myself something nice before we left. That Mug set I bought from JomaDeals was lovely. It just makes me feel all peaceful and calm when I think about that 6-piece Denby set I have sitting at home, just waiting for me to drink coffee out of it. And the fact that I got it at a 76% discount is all the more wonderful.
Alright, that’s it! The next kid in the backseat to pick their nose and wipe it on the other one is going out the window! I mean it!
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Denby Pottery Company Ltd is a British manufacturer of pottery, and is named after the village of Denby in Derbyshire.
Salt-glazed pottery was first produced at Denby in 1809 by local businessman William Bourne. He passed the enterprise on to his son Joseph Bourne, whose name the pottery then took and under whose management the business grew to become highly successful.
The company, whose name is now principally associated with stoneware, initially produced bottles and jars, before specializing in kitchenware and, eventually, in tableware, for which it is best known today.