@Walter14 I have no problem with doctors making fantastic salaries, but the idea of the hospital itself making a profit turns my stomach.
Friday: staying in I think. Saturday: Mardi Gras parade, need to pick up something to bring to after party - $10? Touch up groceries for my mom's visit - $25? (spent $222 on Tuesday! Insane.) Probably go out for lunch or dinner - $30? Sunday: Mom arrives; work on the house. If we go out or need supplies, she'll probably pay. Total: $65ish.
@readyornot Yes, sometimes it's worth paying more for a better crust ratio...
I'm going to call my credit card and see if hey will take off the $25 fee for paying one day late. :(
My hoarding tendencies have been unleashed - we bought an old fire station, and now there's 4000 sf of living space and 2000 sf of garage, and no one notices how much crap I have! It's wonderful and terrible all at once. I do try to get rid of old bank statements and clothes that don't flatter and that sort of thing, but I now have basically infinite space to keep craft supplies and books and LEGO and cooking implements...
@CubeRootOfPi Cool! I hope he enjoys it.
@RiffRandell My haircuts cost $40 and I can barely stand to pay it, I know what you mean...
@lemonadefish Oh right plus we did our taxes and spent $50 or something filing them, and then another ~$2800 paying them. I had really hoped having a mortgage would get us a little something there, but it did not. So, revised total, $397, or $3200.
@CubeRootOfPi …what does your betta fish do with tea? is it having tiny little fishy tea parties?
Estimated $50 on nothing in particular; blew that totally out of the water: Friday lunch: $15? coffee and valentine's candy: $17 Saturday: hardware store run to fix window that was literally falling off the building: $15 Sunday: tip for prepaid massage: $25 Micheal's for I don't even remember: $30 TJ Maxx for kitchen shears, and candy: $14 Target for everything ever: $231 (but I saved $34 with Cartwheel! but I wouldn't have gotten those two storage bins if they weren't 40% off...) Monday doesn't count because I was at work, but it involved $25 of work breakfasts & snacks from Walmart, and $5 of chicken sandwich at Wendy's. Total: $347, or seven times my estimate... but at least I have new storage containers! Plus I totally resisted a $300 lamp on Friday, so that basically cancels out the overage, right?