September 17, 2012
Warehouse stores like Costco usually have long lines over the weekend. This is when many families shop together, with all members finding something they need; enormous boxes of diapers, barrels of cheesy snacks, flannel shirts and jugs of shampoo. Besides the conversations regarding who wants to put what into the big grocery cart, Jingle Bells can be heard and a dancing Santa statue glows, singing "Ho, ho, ho!" Christmas items are available and filing up a few aisles with flashing angel lawn ornaments and toy soldiers plugged in and ready for sale. New nativity sets are available and the toy options are large. It's easy to think a purchase now will save her something for later, but that doesn't always happen. In fact, this is why some have so much stuff. Halloween Stores and Thanksgiving decorations are available too, they just don't glimmer as much or produce the same fuzzy feeling. The only fuzzy feeling she needs on a Monday morning is her first cup of coffee:)
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Disinfecting a kids room
Flipping a mattress
Cleaning out an animal cage
"I go to the craft store to get one pack of hot glue sticks and I come out with three bags full of stuff"
Purchasing seasonal veggie and fruits are the best ways for her to stay in budget. Her options now are fantastic with peaches, strawberries, corn and tomatoes at their peak.
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