Aren't these cool colors? We have iron on transfers for them too. The best part is that they were 5 for $10.
After Michael's, it was on to J. Jill. Because I donated four items to the Battered Women's Shelter, I received four 10% off coupons. And, you guessed it, I used them all.
I actually bought two tanks.
Then it was on to Bath & Body Works for shampoo. And, that's all I bought.
Although, there was a 2 for $10 sale and I bought two.
After that, I went to Macy's for intimate apparel. I almost hate that job as much as I hate the mammogram.
There was grocery shopping and lunch and then I went to see Florence. I had a bright idea to stop at Dick Donald's to get her an ice cream. She can only eat pureed foods at this point, but I know how much she used to love ice cream. She was so happy to get it. I fed it to her with a spoon and she kept saying, "Oh, this tastes so good." At one point she said, "This is so advertising." I laughed and agreed with her. A couple of minutes later she said, "This is so refreshing" which is what she meant to say in the first place. It was such a wonderful 40 minutes out of my day. The ice cream brought smiles and laughter from her. I need to remember to do that more often.
I knew I'd be tired by the time I got home again, so I bought a rotisserie chicken at Wegman's. That with some red potatoes and green beans made a delightful dinner for Jim (who is really doing well after his surgery and I).
While I was gone the new washing machine and freezer were delivered. That purchase, added to all this clothing shopping I've been doing, should put a shut down on spending in our household for a while.
Okay, now I'm going to go off on a different tangent. I'm a pretty apolitical person, but I have a question. Just what is up with Dick Cheney????
The love in your heart wasn't put there to stay.
Love isn't love 'til you give it away.