So, somewhere between starting a new job, moving back to Dallas and settling back into a 'normal' routine, I blinked and it's November.
What the what?!
Last night, we did what any respectable relatively still almost kinda sorta newlyweds without pets or kids would do for Halloween.
... we ran errands. Yeah. It's okay. You can be jealous.
We bought new tires for my car. And while that sounds so entirely too boring for words, it was a huge victory. Why? Because I saved up for them and paid for them in full. No credit, no scary finance whatever you want to call it. Those babies are paid for. Definitely a great Dave Ramsey moment.
After successfully paying for my big round rubber wheels of awesomeness, we went to celebrate with a dinner at Chip's. If you haven't been there, please go. Now. I don't care where you live. Just get there. You can thank me later.
|It's a turkey burger, people. You can keep your beef.|
After getting caught up in Monday Night Football out on the patio, we finally made our weekly trip to the grocery store. Fancy, I know. We saw two 40-year-old cavemen buying beer at the register, for what it's worth.
And somewhere along the way, Brett managed to talk me into buying a bag of Halloween candy. You know, in case we get any trick-or-treaters... at 9 p.m. So... needless to say... we have a bowl of stupid yumminess on our coffee table.
... I see this ending badly.
Moral of the story: you probably had a better Halloween than we did. But I have new tires for my car and you have the reminisce of a sugar crash. I win.