oh happy shopping days

yesterday i stopped by borders just to browse for a bit and they had a huge clearance section, and there tucked away on a top shelf in a corner was a copy of Rhett Butler’s People. it was a hardback copy marked 75% off! and all of the ones at the front of the store were regular price. i took it to the register and asked if the book had something wrong with it or if it was just mismarked. there wasn’t anything wrong with it, and it was mismarked, but the border’s associate honored the discounted price anyway! i brought it home for only $7! i’ve had to hide it from myself because i was reading it instead of getting my chores done! gone with the wind was the first “grown-up” novel i read and i fell in love with it immediately. i read the entire thing in just two days as a freshman in high school. and i’ve seen the movie a ridiculous number of times. i’m so liking reading more about rhett. the funny thing for me is that when i read what he’s saying, i totally have clark gable’s voice in my head.

these shoes were my other happy shopping moment of the weekend. i found them marked 1/3 off in the clearance section at my local dsw shoe warehouse. they were just so fun i couldn’t resist trying them on just for kicks. and then they fit perfectly so i decided to splurge. as i walked away from the clearance section, i saw a whole stack of the same shoe for the regular price. a sales associate was there so i showed her the shoes that were marked sale and pointed out the display of regular priced ones. apparently my pair was from a previous shipment so it didn’t matter they’d received more at the regular price, mine were still on clearance. so yes, i now own these adorable and fun shoes. they’re therapeutic in my recovery from the recent loss of my favorite knee-high, high-heeled, black boots that died due to irrepairable heel breakage while in chicago o’hare.
it’s been happy shopping days. and now i’m stopping while i’m ahead.
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3 Responses to “oh happy shopping days”


  1. 1 Susan 17 February, 2008 at 11:13 pm

    Cute fun new shoes!

  2. 2 Amy 18 February, 2008 at 6:15 am

    I LOVE those shoes. I totally can’t wear heels because I would trip and probably get some horrible injury that would eventually kill me…but…I am glad that you can wear shoes like that and look adorable in them. I love your shoes! Did you pick out a great outfit to wear them with yet?

  3. 3 mindi 20 February, 2008 at 4:43 am

    amy, i haven’t found that perfect outfit yet, but they did look great with a pair of trouser jeans and white sweater. and they’re made of waterproof material so they actually did great in the snow in grand rapids 🙂 although my feet did get a little damp :(.


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