Even though I am currently a lady of leisure, I have somehow managed to jam pack my weekly schedule. Fortunately, this schedule consists of mostly things I want to do. Though I’m quickly realizing how easy it is to prioritize these fun activities over some of the basic chores I should be doing on a daily basis. But, there are justifications for every activity:
Last year during Memorial Day weekend, we were in the Big Apple for the National Skeeball Championship. Yep, you read that right; my friends and I play in a skeeball league. Anyways, at said skeeball championship, we were already talking about next Memorial Day’s plans which included a fellow national skeeballer’s wedding in Monterey.
I went on my biannual trip to Costco to save money by buying in bulk, of course. This is great in theory, until I usually end up spending $300 on anything and everything I might ever need. Two years worth of gum, a new swim suit, and some good ole Ling Ling potstickers to name a few. Luckily, besides some popsicles that melted on the way home, my worst impulse buy this time around was a huge package of strawberries. Six dollars for a million strawberries! How can you beat that? It’s great and all if you have some people to share with, but I live by myself. How could I possibly manage to eat a Costco-sized container of strawberries before they went bad?