A friend of mine just emailed me about a closeout sale at Modbe. So if anyone is in need of any of those Shade knock-offs, I just stocked up on my basics (cream cami, cream cap sleeve, a couple shirts for Sophia, etc...) for like $5 a piece. Online they're like $10 but through this girl Stacy Mitchell in Florida, they're even less. I'm pretty sure they're like $18 through Shade. You just check out the website and then tell her over the phone what you want. I got a puffy vest for $7.50 (I think), some cargo pants for the same, a super cute hoodie for Sophia for $5, and more. The email I got said to call her by last night, but I didn't get it until this morning and it was fine. But I think it's probably got a timer on it, so if you're interested, her number is 1-863-533-7080. I promise I don't sell this stuff or anything. But I love good sales and figured I wasn't the only one.
Hope that wasn't against blog etiquette. I thought about just emailing you girls that I thought might care, but I guess I'm even more turned off by most mass emails than possible blog advertisement (??)
So Ross is off playing flag football which is why I'm shopping and blogging on a Saturday morning. I wish we could go watch him but it's right during Sophia's nap. When he gets back and she wakes up, we're off to the Saturday morning street fair for some great weather and kettle corn, and then to Ross' new OFFICE! Yup. Ross got an office, he's out of the bull pen!-- a very big deal. It takes a lot of guys at Merrill a LONG time before they get their own office, so needless to say, I'm very proud of him. One more step toward grown-up-hood. (?) Now we've got to frame his diploma and get some cool artwork that's supposed to inspire conversation with his clients, and... I don't know what else. If anyone has any wonderful office decorating ideas, please share. Seeing as I've never had a real office, decorating one is not my forte, but since I'm the wife, I'm pretty sure it's my job.
I just finished my last Ferrero Rocher from Christmas... we might officially be out of chocolate in the house. Oh no.