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cash is evil

August 18th, 2005 at 07:11 am

I can't keep cash in my wallet. It pours out like water.

August 17 Spending:
$6 Target
$4 Petsmart
$58 bassoon reeds
TOTAL: $67

I bought a baby saver for my fish tank. There are already too many fish in there...I know...but I can't stand the thought of the little babies starving to death in the tank (they don't seem to be eaten by the bigger ones, just don't get any food). I captured three of them and put them in the baby saver. It's so fun to watch them grow up! They are too cute! I'm going to have to figure out what to do with all of them, though. I wonder if the pet store will take fish from people's homes. SO and I are tossing around the idea of getting another tank, but I'm not sure where we'd put it.

Tonight we have to pick up some camping supplies. Hershey's bars for sure. Wink I hope it stops raining. I'm excited about being out in nature and getting away!

1 Responses to “cash is evil”

  1. cercis Says:

    Geez, who knew bassoon reeds were so expensive?

    I've finally gotten better about cash. I guess since I didn't carry it around for so long I got used the idea of not having cash. So now it's literally like a lightbulb "Hey wait! I have money in my purse."

    I've heard of pet stores buying fish from people. I don't know if they still do and what their restrictions are, but I know my FIL used to trade his babies for other fish, it was kind of like a used book store, never an even trade. I think he would trade something like 5 babies, wait awhile (I guess so they could be sure they were healthy?) and then he could pick up one fish. You should ask. Maybe they'd let you do it for store credit which you could use for food and other supplies.

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