Saturday, February 21, 2009

I took everything back

Well I returned all the stuff I bought last week. It felt good to return everything and get that money back in my pocket. Unfortunately that money didn't get to stay there. On the way home from my mom's house the other day I got a flat tire. So I had to spend $208 dollars to replace the one tire because apparently I blew out the tire walls some how. Now you tell me how the heck that is not covered under warranty?! Only 24,000 miles on a tire that is suppose to get 60,000 on it and the tire wall blows out?!?! Whatever!

Also I'm totally sucking on this blogging thing. I'll try to be better.

Friday, February 13, 2009

We fell off, er I did.

We have fallen off this wagon big time!! We are getting back on though, I will not let this be an excuse to just quit. It all started when we moved. There was a lot of eating out for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It's kinda hard to cook and all when all of you dishes, food, and pots & pans are packed and being moved. But we didn't stop there. We continued to eat out every day for about a week, and all meals on the weekends. We were running ragged trying to go back and forth painting my Mom's house and all. Then when I did get the time to go to the store and buy some food to cook I couldn't find my coupons that I had clipped before we moved (still can't find them).

Then we got our income tax return back and I planed on paying off our Target card with it but I really can't bring my self to do that because that would use up most of our money and only leave us with $300. That would be plenty if we had some money coming in. But neither Bob nor I have found a job yet so it seems silly to pay off a card, be left with no money, then charge the card back up to buy groceries. Sigh. So my plan is to put the pay off amount in our savings account so that is out of our direct grasp and then if we need to use it for something we have it but we will try to get by without it and then when we have something coming in we will pay off the Target card. Did that make sense?

Then yesterday I went to the mall to buy me some jeans. I know, against the rules, and yeah the mall what was I thinking! First, I have zero jeans, no really, I don't have one pair that fits or that doesn't have holes in them. I haven't bought any jeans since way before I got pregnant and my husband says that I can't wear my maternity jeans forever. After all she is 9 months old. Ok so I know I didn't look at any second hand stores for jeans for me but honestly I dont' think I have any in the area or anywhere remotely close. If you know of one in Crowley or around Wilmer/Lancaster please let me know. I did how ever look at Wal-mart, Target, Burlington Coat Factory, and Ross first, trying to find something cheap. They had NOTHING that fit me. I hate buying jeans this always happens. Before I got pregnant, if I found a pair of jeans that fit me right I would buy 3-4 pairs that were excatly the same. Any how, that's how I ended up at the mall. I did find some jeans that fit great though. I also found Old Navy, Gymboree, Kids Footlocker, and Baby Gap. I'm having huge buyers remorse today. Old Navy of course had baby clothes on sale and a shirt for me. Gymboree is having their Baby Sale, Kids Footlocker had some pink Converse for the baby (not against the rules and she really did need them so I won't be taking these back), and at Baby Gap they had this cute onesie that I got for someone as a gift. I'm thinking I should take all that back but the jeans and the baby's shoes. What do you think? I have a problem.

Well that sounds like a bunch of excues but it feels good to out myself.