SOB! Have to work and can't go to the Scrapbook Xpo this weekend so to make me feel better have decided to spend $100 on scrap supplies. Have never bought anything from Little Yellow Bicycle but see they have an adorable line called Saturday - all blue and red. Convince me to either buy it or find me something awesome to ease my pain - pretty please.
I mention the pinkishness of the Saturday collection because I really liked the collection when I first saw it and its denim look, but learning that it was more pink than red was a turn-off for me and I would have been disappointed if I'd spent money on it before learning it was pink.
If you want to spend $100 and if you have time, go walking through a LSS (if you have one anywhere around you). That always inspires me and I always spend way too much money there. The stuff they carry out does any of the big box stores.
It's adorable! Perehpas if I buy it I will put together a package as a RAK for my Blog. Good idea?
Thanks for the update about the blue and pink. Was going to use it for baseball and can't use pink!
Kay - closest LSS is an hour away. :-(
Henri - Lucky lucky lucky YOU! I have 2 more years!!
Love the new This And That Collection. Why not get a little something that's been on your wishlist for a while, too? I'm sure you'll have no problem reaching a total of $100 in your shopping cart. Happy Shopping!
Yep, retirement is great, but yes, earlier would be better. However, I guess I needed the stamina and knees to keep up with 4 kiddies when I was young! I'd hate to be 64 and trying to keep up with little ones now! Retirement I can manage
I take care of finances, so I have free rein to shop..as long as the bills are paid. Definitely don't have all the money I could use, but at least I can shop without feeling guilty.
Retirement + loving, understanding hubby = Happiness for Me!
I love being retired but I'm still having horrible dreams of being back at work and they won't let me leave -- last night's saga, I was given the task of typing a letter on a manual typewriter with carbon paper - ugh.
Like dh says, we have 6 Saturdays and a Sunday each week - No schedules - no alarm clocks - no commute.
About the LSS an hour away, hon, that's nothing. I'd go across the state for a good LSS (I've even gone to another state).
Man, if I had $100 dollars to spend (which I don't, because all my money goes to college tuition, rent, and my phone bill... sad face) then I wouldn't buy all from one line!! I would just go to one of my favorite scrappy stores and pick out a bunch of stuff I liked in the moment. But, either way, just have fun with it!