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Listed as one of the top ten things to do in New England this week... perhaps we could learn something from the experience...
You're very cute. And I like you.
But the TOP THING to do in New England this weekend?
It's the TAX FREE WEEKEND, Sarah my dear. TAX FREE.
Yes, Brittany wants to shop for work attire. However, I have to work Saturday afternoon and I have to move downstairs sometime between 5 pm on Friday and noon on Saturday. So maybe Sunday?!
Hey, I didn't say it was Top Ten on MY list... that's merely where I got it from. Saturday evening/night I'm hoping to be able to go to a party in the city though I'm still trying to figure out the details of afterwards... I'm helping you move on Saturday... unless you want Ellen and I to come out Friday night on the commuter rail and we can order Dominos and start moving then so we don't have to wake up early on Saturday... Sunday is mattress-shopping day...
I read that as mattress-HOPPING.
Well, fine, you shop for mattresses and I shall endeavor to shop ALONE. This should be amusing.
Hey, there are benefits to shopping by yourself such as not having to go into stores in which you have no interest and being able to spend as much time as you want in a store without feeling bad about potentially boring your shopping companions... buy the basics and hold off on stuff you're not sure of and you can show me online what they are... clothes are tax-free always...
Wait, clothes are always tax free? What's the point of this tax free weekend? That sucks.
So, what the night did you gals want to hang out? I'm very confused now.
I do not care. As stated, I have to either move downstairs Friday night or Saturday morning. I have to work Saturday afternoon at 1ish. I need to be done by then.
I wanted to go shopping on Sunday, but if it's not going to save me any money, what's the point now? I'll wait till September, Labor Day sales usually rock.