Monday I took two kittens to Petsmart to be adopted. While in the big city (not really, but bigger than where I live) I took the chance to go to Goodwill. What I really need are some new sleep pants. Every pair I have came from Goodwill initially and they have lasted several years. But now they are falling apart or the drawstrings are coming out, and they won't stay up.
Sadly, I did not find any sleep pants, but I did make a small purchase. I spent $3 total: .99 for the little guitar-playing guy below, and .99 for the book. The little guy will go in our humane society's auction in the fall, and I will probably start the price $5-$10. I see them going for $15 and up on Ebay. The book is for my nephew, who loves Skylanders and will be thrilled to see it in the car when I pick him up from school today. My total with tax was $2.16 and I rounded up to $3.
While at Petsmart, I found a bottle of Pectalin for kittens on clearance. I am a kitten foster, and motherless kittens seem to always come to us with diarrhea. Gross, but true, and can be deadly if not treated quickly. I paid $2.60 for the Pectalin to have on hand. If it works, will be worth every penny.
And then I succumbed to temptation and went to Panera. Sigh. I spent $9.59 on bagels and a drink. I noshed on the bagels yesterday and today so far and still have one left. Do I regret it? Yes, somewhat. I should have gone prepared with something to eat and my bottle of water.