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Now, what can I tell you about me that you don’t already know? Let’s see . . .
#1 – I hate to be cold! I can’t stand winter. Once I’m cold, I feel like I can’t get warm again. It’s ridiculous, really; and I honestly believe that I need to move south to a warmer climate. But, I can’t seem to convince my husband. So, for now, we stay here in PA. And I spend about 85% of my waking winter hours right here:
#2 – I hate shoes! If I lived somewhere warmer, I’d probably go barefoot or wear flip-flops 99% of the time. I don’t like things restricting my feet. Several years ago, I had a heel spur, and my opinion of shoes really changed. Now, when I buy shoes, I don’t go so much for looks, but take comfort and support into consideration. For several years, I was a die-hard Crocs fan. But, last year I discovered Skechers GoRun sneakers. Truly, Skechers should hire me to be their spokesperson! I could literally wear these sneakers ALL DAY. And that’s saying something coming from someone who normally kicks her shoes off immediately upon entering the house! Recently, I bought a second pair – not because my first pair was worn out, but because I wanted some color variety (my first pair is turquoise). I love these shoes. Skechers, if you’re reading this, contact me.
#3 – I love saving money however I can! Just this morning, for example, I saved Ashley a bundle! She has been wanting a camera bag that doesn’t LOOK like a camera bag. All the ones we found online were well over $100. A few weeks ago, at our beloved Disney Store, we found a neat cooler bag marked down to $9.99. I thought it would work, so she bought it. This morning, we were trying to think of how we could make up an insert for it. She was considering ordering one on Amazon for $30. But, I got creative (and stubborn) . . . I dug out my old camera bag (from the late 80’s) and decided to dissect it. I removed the pockets from the front and sides and cut the top flap off. Now, she’s left with the bottom and sides, complete with velcro, repositionable inserts. It hold her DSLR and her point & shoot. And the bag’s still got plenty of room for her autograph book, trading pins, and wallet. And other than the $9.99 she spent on the bag, we didn’t spend a cent!