It is indeed extremely dangerous… to the pocketbook anyway!… to enter the doors of a home-improvement store without a plan of what exactly you are there for. Especially dangerous when both have big plans for improving the living space. We wandered in today after a sushi lunch with the vague plans of getting a hose part and a bag of mortar. What did we end up leaving with after wandering around for an hour? New paint for the front door and new door hardware to match the new door knobs, new light bulbs and attachments for automatic lighting from dusk to dawn, a new tree and a few bags of topsoil to plant it in. Yes, definitely dangerous… Note to self: next time, have a plan! The best irony? When we got home and retrieved the mail from the mailbox, there’s a 10% off coupon we could have used at the exact store we were just at!
July 5, 2008
The Danger of Home Improvement Stores
Writer; wife, mother and impulsive bitch incapable of saying no. Fueled by coffee, yoga and sarcasm. View all posts by terraluft
This entry was posted on Saturday, July 5th, 2008 at 4:41 pm and posted in Everyday Life. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
- Follow Terra Luft – View From the Crystal Ball on WordPress.com
Current ProjectsNovel 3 First Draft (Near Future Fiction)
Categories30-Day Blog Challenge Adult College Adventures Alternative Medicine Appearances Author Interviews Awards Back to Fit Book Reviews Books Contests and Challenges Editing Editors Events Everyday Life Goals Grief Guest Posts Healthy Lifestyle horror Injury Kidney Disease Looking Ahead LTUE Making a difference National Novel Writing Month Original Fiction Overachiever Parenting Pregnancy Publishing Ragnar Random or philosophical thoughts Ranting and Ravings Revision Running Secret Door Society Society The Novel Project This Time Last Year Uncategorized Utah Fantasy Authors Writing Writing Conferences Year In Review Yoga
- 4,060 hits
Goodreads – Currently Reading
TagsAdrienne Monson Amy Banks appreciating life author interview author interviews birthdays blog tour Book Lists book reviews Books business of writing charity Christine Haggerty Coming Soon cover reveal Crimson Edge Publishing diabetes dietary restrictions doctor's orders editing editor first time author flash fiction friends ghost hunting goals Griffin Publishers guests interview It Came From the Great Salt Lake JDRF Joshua Robertson Kathy Jones kidney disease League of Utah Writers lessons learned life events live a life you love Live the life you love LUW2016 Melkorka membranous nephropathy NaNoWriMo new release original work overachiever paranormal activity parenting Pretty Things priorities Publishing Read in 2014 Reading research saying no Secrets & Doors short fiction short stories SNHU someday stress T1D Terra Luft The Secret Door Society tiaras time management tips vegan vegetarian World Horror; Horror; Conventions writer writing Writing Conferences writing tips Year In Review