Archive for November, 2006


**Black Friday**

I was able to finally visit Walmart on the day after Thanksgiving. That day I am usually working so I am not able to catch the 5am sales they have going on..this year I requested that day off. I was trying to get that 56 inch tv for 474.00 (what a deal!!!) and stupid me I thought I was early when I got there at 4:30. I should have known that was not early enough. I was gonna rent a big screen from Aarons so that would have saved me a lottta lotta money had I been able to be one of the first in line. I picked up the paper when I got to the store and noticed the fine print that I had missed earlier that said they had only 3 which turned out to be 8. The Walmart I went to really surprisingly did not have that many people there so I could have gotten it if I had just went earlier. Maaaaaan!!!!!! I overdrew my account 500.00 dollars just to be able to buy it. Oh well….

So of course I did not leave empty handed. I still managed to pick up some really good deals such as :

1. Venturer Portable Dvd Player -49.00
1. Venturer Portable Dvd Player -49.00

2. Lexmark All In One Color Printer- 29.00









3. Samsung 5 megapixels 5x zoom digital camera-88.00

4. Portable Dvd Player Case w/ free car charger-9.99



But that darn 56 inch tv was what I really wanted. That almost brings me to tears just thinking about the great deal I coulda had. ……….474.00 dollars!!!!

Betta luck next time!



Wow. I have not visited this site in such awhile. Well my life has done a complete 360. I am no longer with R.M. as unbelievable as it sounds. I really don’t feel like going through all the details but in a nutshell lack of open communication, trust issues, and lack of respect was apart of our demise. I really never pictured my life without him but to be honest my mind is soo free and open and I can see soo clearly now. Like that song “I can see clearly now that the rain is gone” yes …..yes..He still calls me occasionally and I broke down and called him a couple of times. But we really don’t have good communication so we always start arguing and calling each other out of each other names and everytime I question whether or not we made the wrong decision seems like I only need to give him a call and my question is anwered. Hell To The Naw..leave everything where its at. I gave him close to 7 years of my life. I need to cut off all communication with him really because he is someone that is capable of f’ing up my whole day and I shouldnt let anyone do that. Besides he still chilling with his “chick on the side” so what the hell he calling me for. You not going to have your cake and eat it too with me and I am not about to be your fall back girl.


In other news, me and my Aunt Pat have gotten closer now. I talk to her every other day and see her every weekend. I haven’t really found anyone yet. On one hand I want to be in a relationship and on the other I think I should just be chilling right now. So I am just talking. I met a few dudes that have tried to rush me into some thangs and thats not what I wanted. They wasnt right for me. Of course its good that I experienced what I did with R.M. with the living together and all because its an experience that I will learn from and God will bless me for it. There is no way I can say I didnt do all that I could do for that relationship no matter what R.M. says and how he tries to make me feel because I was there for him soo much through him not having a job, a place to stay, monetarily, whatever he wanted I basically gave him and he was there for me as well but not fully like I needed him to be. It will be alot that I will miss about him but if the trust is not there and I mean we have NOOOO good communication at all…so what can I say. I finally “let it go”


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