Precious Daughter should be writing this post just to tell you how much she rocks but she had to high-tail it back to College Town for a date with Mr. Wii and the Wii Parental Units.
I didn't know Mr. Wii's Christian name for several weeks. All I heard was "I'm going to go kick butt playing Wii Bowling with this guy."
Mr. Wii rocks, even though she did kick his butt with her Wii bowling skills.
Anyway, PD is a shopping barracuda.
We went here:
She parlayed a returned tote bag into a pile of Coach booty.
An umbrella for her, a little wristlet purse for ummm her, and the rare and elusive Legacy Leigh, which legend has it retails for mucho mucho dinero, if you can find one.
They are so rare and elusive I can't find a picture of one without stealing it from eBay.
tote bag. The total? $17.00. Her returned tote bag had been a gift so that didn't count. We were just
Bag stuffed with Gap Goodies: under a hundred bucks. Way under.
Watching PD using her debit card instead of pickpocketing mine? Priceless!
Two dresses and a belt, a quick tour of the chocolate store where we did.not.buy.any.chocolate ~ it wasn't on sale and we wanted stuff on sale ~ a whirlwind tour of
Eddie Bauer, where I scored my own bag o' goodies for Christmas gifties at 70% off, thank you, and we were done.
The diamond store. Ack. Twenty minutes, a credit card application for the extra 10% off and PD has bought herself a pair of twinkly rings.
Wait a minute.
I thought college kids lived on Ramen Noodles and that boys bought girls diamonds.
Not this chickie. She's working two jobs and sometimes three, she's a full-time student paying her own way and maintaining a decent grade point average. She has an awesome boyfriend who is under no obligation to supply her with twinklies.
She's not all about the material stuff, even if she is a shop-a-holic. She's a great kid turning into a real live grown-up.
Wer'e going to have to talk about her starting a retirement account.
For her mom.