Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Goliath, Oct 20, 2010.
Entrance fee to Quilt Fest
22x32 print of Jack Vettriano's "Lazy Hazy Days".
Legacy of Kain: Defiance -- $3.95 <-- I checked out another used game store for something else and came across it.
Tomb Raider (PS3) -- $12.99
So, what first drew you to Quilt Fest? The danger, the drinking, the men?
There are lots of men there, actually. And there was danger due to the snow and ice. Two out of three isn't bad.
I bought a new foot for my sewing machine. Going to use it to make a baby quilt for my new preemie granddaughter.
No, not bad at all.
Congrats on the new family member, Grandma! Or are you a Nana or an Oma?
Some new dolls and clothes for dolls.
Picked up diabetes test strips for my elderly mother. Jesus H. Christ, that stuff's expensive!!
Some snacks and dinner items for this evening.
I'm just grandma. And I get my test strips (and meter) from Wal-Mart. $9 for 50 strips. And if she takes pills, you can go online to the manufacturer and get discounts a lot of times. I take Farxiga and Janumet. I went from paying a $115 copay to $15, using manufacturer coupons I downloaded.
That's a pretty cool Star Trek model kit! I've never seen that particular one before.
Fixins' for tacos. Meat, salsa,sauce, lettuce, etc. Also wine. Wine doesn't go with tacos, but it makes a nice dessert.
Wow, that's cheap. She's just using test strips so far--she has some fancy meter that plugs into the computer and sends the info to her doc and makes a chart. Still, Mom has insurance up the ying-yang; I wonder why hers were so much? *shrug*
Breakfast burritos for the wife and myself.
Some groceries, and a car.
It's Polar Lights 1/1000 Enterprise kit with a teeny tiny Botany Bay... I've already built Khan's flagship just gonna paint it, the Enterprise will take a bit more work (the fit on the kit isn't the best)..
Living the Good Life.
$65 worth of groceries.
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