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Foiled by....The Library?!?

May 31st, 2013 at 08:38 am

I was all set for a NSD yesterday. I was on my way home and I stopped by the library to pick up a book they had on hold for me. In the lobby is a basket where people leave old magazines for others to take. I had a small stack of Real Simple magazines to drop off. There wasn't any magazines I was tempted by and I turned around to go into the library and There. It. Was.

A Wysocki puzzle on the Friends of the Library shelf. Our local Friends of the Library will sell books, CDs, and puzzles to raise funds for their various projects. I've purchased a puzzle from there before and I believe they check to make sure all the pieces are there before they will sell it. Anyways, for $1 I could not resist it. I enjoy doing puzzles and Wysocki puzzles are the only ones I own.

There goes my NSD! Oh well, that is the only thing I spent and I still had money in my entertainment category. It was a quiet night at home, just doing some not-for-class reading. It was entirely too hot to sleep. We don't have central air and the window air conditioner hasn't been installed in our room yet. I think it will probably happen this weekend. It should be a NSD today, but tomorrow I anticipate doing quite a bit of spending. Hair, Sams Club, Meijer, maybe even a bit of take out Chinese. Smile

Happy Friday!

3 Responses to “Foiled by....The Library?!?”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    I'm sure $1 won't break you for some inexpensive entertainment!

  2. CB in the City Says:

    I like Wysocki puzzles, too! I wish my cats would let me do them!

  3. MissAngel Says:

    CB--I do them on the dining room table and when I'm not working on them, I put a tablecloth down to foil the sneaky paws that like to play with the pieces!

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