I'm on such an incredible high right now that life almost seems surreal.
There's a part of me that wonders if I will crash to rock bottom when I am sitting with bills in my fists and no way to pay them.
Yet there's a prevailing part of me that realizes if we cut back on the nonsense that drains our wallets this should be pretty seamless.
We are not a family that holds back or denies ourselves... anything if I am to be honest.
When filet mignons looked good at the little gourmet market I love a few weeks back...well, we had them for dinner that very night.
Or how about the many, many nights we arrive home late from work too tired to cook and go out or order food while stuff rots away in the fridge.
Wasteful. And I am ashamed to say it.
I was off today for the Little Miss's 9th Birthday and decided that the first order of business would be to gather up any recent purchases that should be returned.
If I am not working then what do I need these fabulous red wide leg pants for?
They are a bit long and have to be taken up which will cost me more....
And what about the lace pumps I bought over the weekend?
BEFORE I had made my decision.
I would probably look a little weird walking to the school every afternoon in them, eh?
I LOVE this blazer I bought a week or so ago too.
This green jacket I bought a month or so ago is completely divine and I got such a great deal with coupons...I think I paid only 1/2 of the ticket price, but come on now...I need a new jacket like a need a hole in my head.
Just as I had met my resolve to part with these things I get not only a phone call, but an accompanying email from an international company who wants me to come and interview with them at their offices on 5th Ave. in NYC!
The go~getter I have always been got butterflies and excited thinking, "Maybe the red pants would be FABULOUS for this interview...."
"I got such good deals...maybe I should hang onto them..."
Oh, the inner turmoil!
What to do?
What to do?
pants,jacket and shoes: express