Friday, November 25, 2011
And so it begins...
Are the sales worth it? The lack of sleep, sudden loss of large amounts of money, rubbing elbows with people who haven't showered in days from standing in line hoping to get in first? Is it worth the $499.00 52" flat screen that will be outdated in a couple of years anyway? Or the latest and greatest Elmo animated doll that does what--laughs, rolls, dances, sings? Frankly, they should make that thing able to do chores around the house and help out, then I'll pay the fortune it costs to buy. A robot vacuum is more exciting.
My favorite way to spend the early morning of Black Friday is with a hot cup of coffee, my laptop, and quiet house. I got just that this morning. Hubs and Peanut are still asleep, the dogs snuggled up beside them, and Bammers is chilling on the couch watching Scooby Doo cartoons. I'm enjoying my cup of home brewed Dunkin Donuts coffee with a side of leftover Mississippi Mud Pie.
My Christmas shopping? Online. My budget? Thankfully cheap this year with the ever changing "must haves" of a 13 year old boy who has all the gadgets, now just wants the accessories; a soon-to-be 4 year old who gets overwhelmed two weeks before Christmas with his birthday, so the "less is more" theme works Christmas morning.
All you die hard Black Friday shoppers have one less person to contend with for that Must-Have-Item this year. Good luck on getting the best deals and GOD BLESS, for the Christmas season has officially began.