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Grocery Shopping and Transfers

November 20th, 2012 at 03:36 am

We went to the grocery store today. I am glad that Thanksgiving only comes once a year. I spent $174. That is $74 more than I had budgeted. Fortunately I have the money in my account to cover it. I am responsible for the corn casserole this year. I will make it on Wednesday so it just needs to be heated up on Thursday. This is will be the first Thanksgiving since my dad died. It will be a sad day.

I set up a transfer out of my savings account so that I can do my shopping online this Monday, what is called Cyber Monday. I hope to find some good deals. I know what I am getting DD, just need to find some sale prices in order to get both of the items I want to get. I have no clue what to get DS. I will probably just give him money or something.

All that will be left will be the two young girls that are in the family. I get each of them a couple of things to open. I hope to be done by next Friday with all the shopping.

6 Responses to “Grocery Shopping and Transfers”

  1. Lurker Says:

    Dumb question, but why do the ingredients for corn casserole cost so much?

  2. Thrifty Ray Says:

    I know the pain of that first Holiday without a loved one (especially a parent). I hope you find joy in your memories and that your Holiday is filled with new memories to treasure.

  3. rob62521 Says:

    Th first round of holidays without a loved one are tough. Hang in there.

  4. creditcardfree Says:

    Your post does make it sound like you only needed to buy ingredients for corn casserole, but you went over budget by $100 because of Thanksgiving. Did you buy other things?

    I hope you can remember all the wonderful things about your dad this Thanksgiving.

  5. crazyliblady Says:

    Remember the good things about your dad. Maybe you could reminisce with others telling funny stories or something. That's how I have been remembering my dad for the last 30 years. When my grandma died in 1986, my cousins and I sat around laughing about silly things she used to do. It helped a lot to remember that and that she was no longer sick, but in a better place.

  6. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    I understand feeling sad about it being the first Thanksgiving without a dad. Frown
    {{{hugs}}}

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