my dad's a rabbit. i did not grow up wealthy. (i am a horse.)
I had $400 in fraudulent gas station charges, but it was the $34 charge to Golden Krust that raised red flags for the good people at Visa. I don't even know how to drive.
I wish my friends read this blog so I could gently and indirectly remind a few of them that I'm owed a few meals and they should pay up because they have full time jobs now and I do not.
i just really wish they would convert to tap-style entrances. i haaaate swiping. it wastes so much time.
@RachelG8489 you can buy unlimited metrocards and hold on to them. they don't activate until the first time you swipe them. (unless i'm not understanding your problem correctly? which i could be.)
i have forgotten my wallet at home once or twice, and decided not to walk two avenues back home to get it because my metrocard was in my coat pocket and it was really the only thing i needed from my wallet. thinking about it now, it's probably an excellent money-saving strategy to only bring your metrocard out with you.
i am very happy that the Doctor is the lead off for this article.
it's been a really good summer for lance armstrong
i had a great salad from the salad bar at the Bed, Bath, and Beyond on 19th and 6th. i'm pretty sure it was under $10.
This was beautiful, and I'm grateful that you wrote it because I think this is something I need as well.