I just took the October calendar off our command center and put up the December calendar. I had written “No-Spend Month” in bright, large letters across the top of the October sheet, and it just hit me that our no-spend month is really over now. I’ll post some reflections tomorrow after I have had a chance to reflect. Lol.
- We ate breakfast and lunch at home. I made more multigrain rolls for breakfast. I think they were even better this time! I ran out of yeast last week, but my mother-in-law had plenty. I used the last of the honey in the rolls today. I’m glad I will be able to go grocery shopping next week because we definitely need a few things. Of course, “need” is probably not the right word. We have been able to survive just fine without many things, but it will be nice to be able to shop again.
- We went to church this evening and skipped trick-or-treating. We took the kids to Culver’s and bought them treats there instead! Actually, I had a coupon for Big Sister’s frozen custard, so her treat was free!
- No one came to pick up and pay for their online garage sale items, so I wasn’t sure what we would do for dinner until I noticed our “respect” jars on the counter and realized they contained $10 worth of dimes. Then I remembered there was a $5 bill in a desk drawer, so we had plenty for dinner.