This past Thursday, Kyle and I.....and Lulu too, headed out to Columbia for some much needed retail therapy. It was a little after noon when we finally left the house and our....or should I say my, first order of business was a quick stop at Habitat for Humanity. I love to walk though there any chance I get because you just never know what you might find. Most times I leave there empty handed, but this time I got lucky and scored 2 pieces of Pyrex and 1 piece of Anchor Hocking .....all for $7.50!
Next, we stopped by one of my favorite consignment shops, The Red Door which I just found out is closing it's doors. There I found another milk glass covered casserole dish by Anchor Hocking and a loaf shaped casserole dish by Corningware. I paid a little more than I wanted for these 2 pieces but I really liked the size. The covered casserole was $4.75 and the other was $2.25.....all in all, not too bad.
From there we headed up the #1 highway toward Columbia. We stopped in at World Market so Kyle could pick his own six pack.
Then we stopped by JoAnn's to see if they had the Fact or Fiction collection by Basic Grey.......and they did! So I bought a 12x12 pad of Fact and 6x6 pad of Fiction, both were 40% off.
They also had Amy Tangerine products at 50% off so I snagged a 12x12 pad, 2 6x6 pads, 2 packs of dimensional stickers and a pack of die cuts.
By this time we were all starting to get a little hungry so we headed to our all time favorite fast food restaurant, Chick-fil-a......and oh em gee was it delicious!
Because we had Lulu with us we had to sit in the car and eat. That was okay because the weather was nice that day. We sat there with the windows down. Kyle and I with our chicken sandwiches and Lulu with her nuggets. It was a good shopping day indeed, but by the end of the day I was all tuckered out and all I wanted to do was get home, put on my night gown and call it a day! Thank you Kyle for tagging along with me and patiently waiting in the car with Lulu until I returned.