Monday, March 3, 2008

Too much stuff

Ok installment 2 of list-a-day.

I went to Costco & Safeway with the twins today & did not stick to my list...girrrr! I hate it when I do that - the extras from Costco are things I use frequently so they weren't so bad. Some of the stuff from Safeway however, were mostly crap I don't need. I had to pick up a prescription & it wasn't ready so I wandered around finding things I could, a'hem, use.

From Costco

1. Black olives

2. Canned mushrooms

3. Vitamin C (which I just discovered have sugar substitute in them, which I hate. I now have 500 of them to get through - wonderful!)

4. Bananas

5. Kleenex

From Safeway

1. Graham crackers

2. Mac & cheese

3. Tea

4. Whole wheat tortillas

5. Dog toy

6. Easter cookie cutters

7. 3 kids toothbrushes

8. Adhesive putty

9. Pencil erasers

10. People magazine - this one is totally embarrassing to me. I have a weakness for gossip rags, I love looking at the clothes & this issue has new baby pix in it. I don't care anything for the celebrity mommy but must see those pictures. I hate it when I give in to my desire, in principal I'm against them but now and then I just can't resist.

So there you go, my list of extras & unnecessary purchases.

4 comments:

Mari said...

I've been known to pick up People magazine myself. At least it's not the Enquirer - right?

mylhibug said...

I don't pick up the magazines in stores anymore, unless they have a cool cover about something I like; Stargate, Star Wars, Harry Potter, etc.

But I DO visit the online versions of OMG! and The London Mail, or something like that. Maybe I am a celebrity stalker from afar, who knows... Maybe someday, I'll be famous and have someone stalking me, that would be fun, don't you think? :)

Kate said...

Oh, I also agree that the magazines are bad in principle. That doesn't mean that I don't flip through them at the checkout or at the doctor's office. And love it! =)

Swishy said...

I am a very proud People subscriber! LOVE it! Haha.

 
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