Merry Christmas everyone!
After unwrapping our presents today, I folded up the gift boxes we used and saved the bows to use again next year, which will save us money next year. We are always on the lookout for ways to save money.
My Christmas presents this year included a new stainless steel tea kettle, a Veggetti, a lighthouse clock, a blue furry steering wheel cover for cold winter mornings, antenna topper, and season two of the Bates Motel.
I also received a basket from school this year with some bath & Body Works lotion, room spray, homemade bread, candles, candle centerpiece, and a monetary gift. It was so thoughtful and sweet of them to remember me. They wanted to thank me for being a dependable sub for them.
I've been feeling under the weather with a cold for at least two weeks now, so I'm enjoying some hot tea made with boiling water in my new tea kettle, which boiled the water in less than a minute. Sure is making my throat and sinuses feel better.
We love the new tea kettle and have drank more hot tea today than we have all month. We are definitely going to enjoy this present.
My daughter & I have been playing games all day today and it's been a nice and pleasant day here.
I hope you've had an enjoyable celebration with your loved ones today. :)
CFO ~ Chief Frugal Officer
Professor Penny Pincher
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