economy

Every year we make our way to the home and garden show in February. Usually we go to get great ideas a bunch of pens and to check out bake interest rates.
The banks weren’t there this year. In fact, this year’s show was pretty much a bust.
After that we stopped by Wal Mart for groceries. On almost every aisle someone mentioned how expensive groceries are.
They’re right.
When I got home, I thought about taking a picture of my house. It’s falling apart. Has been for years. I live here though, making the most out of it because it’s what I can afford. A few years ago we were told we qualified for a major home loan. We chose to stay here in the old house. Now the government’s going to help people stay in houses they can’t afford.
Ugh.

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One response to “economy

  1. One of my friends had a baby this week and I got something for her, then wanted to get a little gift for her older son, because they always feel left out, ya know? I could NOT find a decent toy under $10 at Target! WTH? I ended up getting him a book and Magna Doodle set at Borders for $4 in the bargain section, but REALLY.

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