March 11, 2004

Small Shop, Big Benefits

I feel like I am so rich when I have more than a dollar in my wallet. Today I went to the bank and got a little more than a dollar and then I went to the Dollar Tree for some necessities. Or what I like to think of as necessities. Heck, I got to go shopping--that is a necessity.

Sunglasses: Squintiness corrected. They are pretty little blue things. They remind me of a fifties movie. $3 I love them.

Generic Post-Its: Colors of the rainbow. Post-its--close second to pink hilighters. Hail to off-brand post-its!

Dry-Erase Board: Now instead of sticking their head in my bedroom door, wondering what I am doing, in loco parentis will know that I am incredibly busy. I got pretty markers for it, too.

Better vision (and less wrinkled visage), sticky pretty paper, and more privacy. Dollar Tree--making my life a little better--one dollar at a time.

What a good slogan!

Posted by Amanda Cochran at March 11, 2004 12:03 AM

I hear ya on the privacy issue. My door at home is a curtain that separates my "room" from my brother's "room". Yes that's right folks. I share a room with my 13 year old brother. My parents figured that since I was going away to college that Jonathan and I should share a room, that way, at least most of the year, he and George each have their own rooms. However, that means that when I am home I have to fight for privacy...what is a girl to do?


Posted by: Tiffany at March 11, 2004 12:51 PM

You have a wipe-off board for your room at home? Oh, that's hysterical. You really ought to move into the residence halls, Amanda. We live by those things! (I think we'd be awesome roomies!)

Posted by: Karissa at March 12, 2004 6:19 PM

I know. We would be.

I really like the board in practice. Now I don't have to scream it through the house where I am going to be.

"As long as you're under my roof..." Gosh I hate that.

Posted by: Amanda at March 13, 2004 10:55 AM
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