Do you have to, do you have to, do you have to let it linger?
That cartoon is like a punch in the stomach. I'll be sobbing quietly in the bathroom if you need me.
This will be a bit of a detox weekend (I hope). $5 for yoga, $15 for sauna and bathing. Need all of the groceries, $70? Then whatever else happens, so I'll say $120.
As a denizen of a dry state, massive rainfall after drought can be devastating, especially in areas where there have been fires. We're talking mudslides that bury buildings. While I'm sure a lot of people are just griping, there are some legitimate concerns. Just a PSA from your local friendly but cranky desert dweller!
I thought they were gross as a kid, and definitely would not want to be caught dead in a ditch with one now!
@LDW I definitely wonder if the genders were swapped, and it was a guy wanting to get something for the garage or something else "manly" if there would be the same judgments. As you point out, the wine hutch may sound frivolous, but not knowing their situations better, it may be the solution to a long standing issue of having random wine bottles everywhere, all the time.
Tickets to the fiery foods festival for two, $36.55 and all of my patience and energy. I now loathe ticketmaster with the energy of two million dying suns. Otherwise, I am getting over an illness so, hopefully a fairly quiet, non spendy weekend.
You can pry the New Yorker out of my cold, dead lady hands.
Got my state tax refund- $100. $50 to the credit card, $26.73 to savings (to make it an even number, because, well, yeah) and the rest for my weekend. I'm hoping to make it a cheap one, since the bf is out of town. Movie with my sister and dinner, not much else. Groceries. $70?
What book was it? And also, sorry for the craptacular aftermath of your date.