Sarah, you aren't out of the loop, I think it has just been released, it is a bit expensive but I fell for the 40% off. It is a stand alone cutter that had the cutting wheel mounted on a bar and the blade is suppose to last a life time and you can cut as thin a strip of paper you want forever and it also has a lighter cutting bar so you can make sure you are getting the best and most accurate cut on photos...... .
I guess now we'll be snarkers instead of venters ...
G ... that sucks about the insurance ... did they give you a reason? is there another company you can use whose rates are more reasonable? I hope you are able to make things work in CO ... you seem to be settling in pretty quickly so far
that is a very cute Ally bomb you dropped on us ...
and Deb, thanks for sharing pics of your "baby" too ... how old is he?
vent: back is still pretty bad ... I decided to take a sick day tomorrow so I can get to the chiro
So, I just tried on my work clothes to get prepared to go back. Some tops are too tight now, but a bunch I can still wear. I found some great pants that fit!!! Um, they may or may not be my maternity pants. Ok, so 2 pair of my regular pants fit. Would I be a complete loser if I wore my stretchy maternity pants for a couple months until I 1) fit back in my other ones, or 2) give up and buy the next size up? Of course, I would only wear tops with them that covered the tell-tale elastic waist. I did just place a JCP order for 5 short sleeve tops, 3 long sleeve, 3 sweaters, 3 cardigans, and 1 belt for $240 + s/h. Let's hope they fit!
Sarah, I remember trying to get into work clothes again. I would rather poke my eyes out. I would wear the 2 pairs of regular pants a couple times during the week. Wearing the maternity with stretchy maternity tops with long sweaters is an option I would go with, too. I didn't buy new clothes for #2 and #3. I made due until I could fit back into everything. #1 was different, though. That child changed my shape, so I had to buy new stuff.
Edited by Luvmyfam on 10-04-11 06:54 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.