But, as always, Target SUCKED ME IN, and I ended up ALSO coming back with all of this:
|You should have seen all the stuff I DIDN'T buy! Does it make it better if I say I used TWO coupons?|
I blame C-lin for not coming with me. ;)
In my defense, how can you pass up salt/pepper shakers shaped like a rabbit and an Easter chicken?? Which obviously meant that I needed to buy black pepper... And you can never have too much craft glitter (only $1.25!)... or too many socks (3 pairs for $1.78!)! And I've been needing glue sticks for ages. Also, the ice cream was only $3.25 (and ice cream and ibuprofen just go together sometimes, amiright? tmi? meh.), and the shoes were (wait for it) $5.96! Less than $6! How was I to pass them up?? And umm, I was out of milk and eggs anyway. Also, I decided last night that it's time to finally become an adult and start taking one-a-day vitamins. (Are you proud, Mom? You've only been telling me for about 10 years now.) And guys, I know that shirt is WAY out of my regular price range, but I used a $5 off coupon, plus my wardrobe has been chambray-less for long enough, so it's all good, right?? Oh, and why did I buy sweet hot mustard? Because it was $1.24, of course! (And for the pretzel-making party I've been wanting to host ever since returning from Amish Country!)
You win this time, Target. (OK... Let's be honest; probably next time, too. Unless Caitlin comes?)
PS I also did this yesterday (BEFORE I bought the < $6 shoes):
|Homemade hot pink Toms!|
And then I bought new green canvas shoes. Oh, well. Can't say I didn't try!