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Yet Another: Note to Self

Dearest naive, clueless, grandiose thinking self:

Please be advised, that the next time you have thoughts such as, "Gee, wouldn't it be fun to go to the outlet mall on a Saturday afternoon during the Gap Friends and Family sale"...yeah, um...those kind of thoughts?

Well, don't be surprised when the 4,839 acre parking lot is jammed full and people are in a shopping frenzy comparable to "Black Friday".

It's what happens when there is a big sale.

You can't be surprised.

Or frustrated.

Or stressed.

Or crabby.

'Cuz it's your own fault, dude!!!

Next time...know better! ;)

All my love,


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  1. Did you find any good treasures? Was it all worth it? :)

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  2. Haha, I love your "reminder" note. I don't feel as bad anymore for not making it out to shop today (although my Christmas list is *still* abysmal).

    ~Elizabeth
    http://confessionsfromaworkingmom.blogspot.com

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  3. The better question is, did you attempt to bring the kids with too? 'Cause then you know you ain't getting nothin' done!

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  4. I had a coupon but I did not go. The worst thing I have EVER done was go to Old Navy when they had $1 flip flop sale this summer! Wow!

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  5. I can't stand going shopping for that very reason. It always seems packed.

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  6. My necklace is from Designs by Cathy on Etsy and she's fantastic. Here is the link in case you were interested in getting one too. I am getting one for my mom for christmas.

    http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?ref=vt_related_1&listing_id=31306674

    Amie

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  7. I must admit I actually love when Malls or outlets are crowded...during the holiday season. It makes me feel warm inside watching everybody buy stuff for loved ones.

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