For the three of you who asked...I will take a picture of our Christmas tree when it's daylight. I tried taking one tonight, and it didn't turn out. I did get some ornaments up tonight. Yeah for that. None of the ornaments came with string or hooks to attach them to the tree, so I spent a lot of time tying little bows on them. My fingers hurt, but the tree looks good. ("My fingers hurt." "Oh, do your fingers hurt? Now your back's gonna hurt because you just pulled landscaping duty. Anybody else's fingers hurt?" **That's for you, Aimee!)
Seth and I ran some errands today, and of course I looked at all of the fake Christmas trees the other stores had out to compare what we got and the price. I am pleased to say that our tree is the best looking of all the ones I have seen thus far and the BEST price. No joke. That makes this bargain hunter very happy.
And for those of you living in Hungary who haven't been to Tesco in the last week or two, you now have to PAY for bags! I know you have to at other places, but Tesco was one that you didn't. I am trying to look at the bright side because that means I don't have to beg for more bags any more (some of those ladies were evil and would only give me a couple bags that wouldn't even hold half my stuff), and the new ones you buy are thicker so they won't rip. And it's good for the environment. The problem is I'm not in the routine to bringing bags there, so I'll wind up buying some the next few trips until I remember. Oh well.
On our errands today, Seth and I ran into the toy store. I hadn't been in it before, and I wanted to look at Lego's...for Seth. I am thinking of getting him some of the Duplo Lego blocks for Christmas. I know, I know. Say what you want fam, but they are great toys. But anyway, on my search for Duplo (which I barely found any...ugh!), I saw several GREAT Lego sets of houses. They are super cool. No, I'm not going to be buying them for myself, but I was pretty excited to see them. :)
I await for all of your comments, Stef.