I was going to do a ‘What I’m Loving Wednesday’ post, but I kind of just felt like rambling today. So, this post is a little all over the place. My apologies…
So, I wanted some ankle boots. I loved these from Nordstrom, but knowing I wouldn’t wear them THAT much (I prefer tall boots), I couldn’t justify the price tag. Enter these MUCH cheaper, similar boots from Target. They were on sale for $35.00 last week, and I LOVE them.
When we were in North Carolina last weekend, my mom & I went shopping. She wanted to go into Chico’s, which I’ve always considered an old ladies store. I was floored when I actually found a few things I wanted. Especially these gray skinnies. They had them paired with a ridiculously soft pale pink sweater, and I was kind of in love.
Meanwhile, we were looking for cheap accessories for my mom’s Halloween costume, so we went into Forever 21… where she found several articles of clothing that she loved. What is happening???
My friend Heather got me hooked on Audible at the beginning of the summer. Right now, Living Social has an Audible deal for new customers: 3 months for $9.95. GREAT deal. And if you sign up with ebates, you’ll get 6% back (I know… it’s not much for THIS purchase, but if you’re not using ebates, you should be. And I’d LOVE it if you’d sign up with my link!
Whole Foods opened this morning in Newport News. Two miles from my apartment. I’m a happy camper right now. I absolutely can not wait to go when I get off work, for some hot bar mac & cheese, and a vegan chocolate chip cookie. If you plan on stopping by this week, be sure to check out their doorbuster offers, good for this store only.
While Graham was watching the Panther’s game on Monday night, I spent way too much money on iTunes. I bought Carrie Underwood’s new album, and then I fell down the rabbit hole of music that was popular when I was in high school. It was a night of Ja Rule, Juvenile, Usher, Ashanti, O-Town, Boyz II Men, Ludacris, Nelly, Eminem, & a few others. After downloading & listening to the songs, I came to the following conclusion: music was much, MUCH better back then.