I forgot to write about the AMAZING sale Joanna and I found on Sat. while in St. George.
While the boys were being boring sitting on their computers, we decided to go to the shopping area and see what we could find.
Old Navy had screen tees and flip flops for $5, so we definitely couldn't pass that up!
We saw some dude on the corner with a sign saying "SHADE Sale up to 75% off", so we of course had to check that out too. We went inside the store and there was a sign that said "Everything $8 or 4 for $20", I was like...ok I'll get a couple of things. As Joanna and I were sorting through everything, a lady ran around letting everyone know that they were going to close soon and didn't want to pack all the left overs up, so now EVERYTHING in the store is just $3!!! Holy cow, what do I get, and how much is too much for me? Will I even wear some of this stuff? Who cares, it's 3 bucks!
After our shopping spree, I ended spending (combined Old Navy and Shade) about $51. I got 3 shirts and metallic flip-flops from Old Navy, and 10 shirts from Shade. Not a bad haul for that much money. I got v-necks, cap sleeved, long sleeve, and long sleeve mushroom tops at Shade. The fabric probably cost more than what I paid for that stuff!
Anyways, I don't shop a whole lot, so I was pretty excited, and I just had to share.
So, obviously, we haven't blogged for awhile-mostly because I really don't know what to write about, I feel like I live a pretty boring, repetetive life. Anyway, I went visiting teaching today and found another blog to read (Lee and Marie), so I went to check it out and found a million other people on their list- many of whom are in our ward. It's crazy to see just how many people are blogging these days. On another subject, Jer and I are pretty excited (I'm not sure who's more excited though-him or me?). By Friday night, I will be done with my hormone pills. Some of you may not realize what a big deal this is. Hormone pills are horrible little things that make me a horrible person to be around a lot of the time (according to my mom, Jer deserves a medal for putting up with me). This week also marks 2 months since my surgery. This means that we can hopefully move on from all this sad, painful, no babies chapter in our lives to starting our little family. We'll see how it all works out. Another exciting thing is that Jer and I are going to St. George for Memorial Day weekend with our friends Chris and Joanna (who we went on our cruise with). After all the stress of the past couple months, it'll be nice to get away and have some Nielsen's Frozen Custard (best dessert ever!) and be lazy. Well, that's all I've got in me to write now, plus it's past my bed time.