Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Goliath, Oct 20, 2010.
A large Timmies. Black.
A couple of bags of snacks for the next few days.
A movie ticket, a drink and some chips and salsa.
I found a cute bag for my new ukulele for a great price, and ordered it off amazon before noticing that it takes "1-4 months" to ship. WTF?
^Are they custom-made-to-order, or something?
^Not that I could tell...just a $20 uke bag, I just liked the print:
Nice! I hope the uke practice is going well.
^It's coming along, thanks. My roommate said I already sound better, but I'm in a kind of daunting place where I can pick up pretty much any stringed instrument and have the basics down immediately, but then I remember there's a shitload of technique to learn anad that actually takes work. I got all the basic chords memorized, and can even do some bar chords (something my small hands make very difficult on guitar). Fingering is easy for me too, because of my cello and violin training. But I have basically no strumming or plucking technique, as one pretty much never strums a cello...
-A pair of black, suede moccasins.
-Some clearance tops that my hubs thinks are really loud.
-A whole bunch of chocolate because I've been feeling slightly depressed.
-Four pairs of clearance socks that are super soft because they're made of bamboo yarn.
-A case of Coke.
-A leather bound print of Brahm Stoker's Dracula.
I had to buy a replacement copy of my Firefly DVDs
Second hand boot for the car.
Two books (Kindle format): Comeback and The Worth Of A Man.
Both written by my favorite baseball player of all time: Dave Dravecky.
Tank of gas.
Some takeout breakfast first thing this morning.
Grapefruit juice and some fresh fruit and veggies.
We just bought a new dishwasher last night after ours stopped working. It's a seriously nice model at a decent price.
I would love to have dishwasher that wasn't so loud that it drove everyone out of the room.
Vegs, fruit and cheese -It was market-day
Yeah, being quiet is a nice plus, but the things we really liked were the detachable, movable silverware baskets, an extra wash arm, stainless steel interior, and the 10 (!) year warranty on the motor and most of the moving parts. Plus there were store and manufacturer rebates, so our final cost for everything (including tax, delivery, installation, and haulaway of our old washer) was a hair over $620. Not bad for what is pretty much a top-of-the-line model.
Tickets for whale watching in Hawaii.
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