Weirdly, I don't think I bought anything, either. Which is slightly unusual for me, and due partly to having gone to Costco on Sunday and therefore not having any room in the house for anything new. Ever.
Double scrambled, bacon, cheese on a buttered roll; orange juice and coffee. Pitcher of Czechvar with three mugs; spicy kielbasa and fries (complimentary mustard, sauerkraut, two slices of rye bread). Pint of Ben & Jerry's Karamel Sutra ice cream.
Oh yeah, that reminds me:
JONMC + PIPS: There's DELICIOUS ICE CREAM in your freezer that I EXPECT YOU TO EAT. It has CHOCOLATE and CARAMEL ICE CREAM and FUDGE CHIPS and I'M NOT COMING OVER AGAIN UNTIL IT'S GONE!
Groceries. Wild, outrageous, exotic groceries: dried pinto beans, broccoli, toilet paper, cat food, cheese, beer, soda water, watermelon, peaches, chicken breasts, soy milk and, okay, I confess: terrible frozen processed stuff (Hot Pockets. Chicken Nuggets. I hang my head.) for the always starving yet too lazy to cook anything but ramen adolescent boy who lives in my house. Plus a few other things. Salad dressing. Onions. Bread. This entailed visiting two separate discount grocery stores and a total bill of around $95 and sheesh, aiyeee! I can't afford to eat.
Two liters of spring water. One Snapple. Three Gatorade. Three turkey ham and cheese sandwiches. Two small bags of Doritos. One banana. One Power Bar. One In Style magazine. One bag of Spectracide. One bag of Over 'n Out. Clorox Clean-Up spray. Chicken breasts, shampoo, conditioner, shaving cream, four toothbrushes, toothpaste, Listerine, cropped yoga Capri pants, frozen peas, two frozen Tombstone pizzas, bunch of bananas, two boxes of Atkins granola bars, two boxes of real granola bars, turkey breast, hot dogs, sharp cheddar cheese, red seedless grapes, yogurt, yogurt smoothies, Coke, root beer, tea bags, Miller Lite, Wheat Chex, Corn Flakes, tortilla chips, salsa, glue sticks, nap mat, spiral notebook, one-inch three ring binder, three boxes of Kleenex, anti-bacterial hand sanitizer, One side salad with honey mustard dressing. One bowl of tortilla soup. Several two-for-one Mich Ultras.
Packaging and postage to send home some books.
Four pairs of cotton/silk tights at Fogal.
Taxi rides to Zurich Flughof and from Newark.
I picked up the perfect watch, but I'd already paid for it so it didn't count. I declared it when I went through customs, but the guy just waved me through. This is the second time out of three (all separate airports) that this has happened when I brought in jewelry from outside the US....
Strange for a Monday (or any day for that matter), the only thing I purchased all day was a couple of Cosmos at our local upscale Asian-fusion bar-cum-restaurant. They were delicious. I don't normally go out on Mondays, and if it weren't for those bevvies, I wouldn't have spent anything at all.
whole wheat bagel w/ tofu cream cheese
xxx vitamin water
Chipotle veggie burrito
2 Sam Adamses
slice of delicious square pizza
Barq's root beer
blue recyclable bags
Newman's microwave popcorn
TJ Maxx: one outfit for my friend's baby (I'm trying to be the good auntie, even though I hate children), 2 flowerpots (to match the one she previously bought), and a baby book (because I am determined to get her child to love books goddamnit).
Grocery store: a set of bottles and sippy cups (on request from said friend), coffee cakes for my breakfasts, mini muffins for my lunches, and some freezy thing that will hopefully destroy this wart on my finger.
Oooh! me me me!
After not buying anything except for groceries (ok and one silver headband but I NEEDED it) for all of July, I went out and bought some stuff yesterday.
Town Shop (the great bra store on the UWS) is having a big 1/2 off sale and it's only 2 blocks from my work, so I got a really cute white lacy undies set and some pantyhose for someday future use.
I almost bought a bathing suit but it still wasn't quite right even though it was a good deal. 1-pieces seem to be harder for me to find than bikinis, which is not what I was expecting.
I also got a slice of pizza, garlic knots, and a rootbeer for lunch.
Yah, amro, we've had for about three years. Now (in the last year) I have a local. I remember being in Princeton around 1992-ish and thinking, what a crazy name, but hey, they have actual produce and stuff, in limited quantites. And they have mostly the cheapest, and surely the most reliable gas. For cheap gas.
Groceries, in a hurry as I had to get a son to football practice.
Seasoned boneless lamb roasts
Garlic mashed potatoes (yes, I'm too lazy to make them; these are microwavable and come out like homemade.)
Dog and cat food
cookies for the kids (I've been very good and havent' eaten cookies in forever)