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You Knew I Wasn't Going Anywhere

Okay well I guess my third hiatus is a failure as well. Let's just say I'll post when I can, when I have something to report. The Hubs is taking both the girls out tomorrow so I can finally start constructing my space ship. What space ship, you say?

Well, the Hubs had this awesome wooden 60's light fixture and why he let me have this beautiful thing, I do not know, but I thought it would make a great space ship.  Then I found this outfit on Ebay and it's so weird, I had to have it for my alien lady (or time traveler, not sure yet).

 Anywho, we went to Big Lots today and I hoped for a great Barbie and World Peacekeepers selection or even a good pillar candle holder to make into a table. But it was slim pickin's for folks like us. I did however get manage to get some treasures.

 I don't collect Monster High, but I do enjoy looking at your pictures of them and as a whole I really like them. (Just can't get addicted to a doll that can't share clothes with the others). Anyway these speakers where too cute and just $6.  Oh and those are LED tea lights if you can't see them.

The Hubs bought Spiderman 3 and it came with these tiny comic books:
 They're full of tiny writing and everything! I know Ian the guy who runs the record store is going to totally dork out over these.

And I spent only about $20 for all of it including the movie. Go Year of Prosperity!



  1. Wow! LED tealights. I need those. The comic books are wonderful, too. No fair you coming back and convincing us to spend money.

  2. You can never stay away too long :O)

    I saw those tealights and couldn't think of what to do with them. I may have to pick up Spiderman 3 just for the mini comics :O)

  3. I once used mine to light a plastic jack-o-lantern. I'm not exactly sure what I'm going to use them for. I might build a light fixture for them or light one and sit it behind a couch for additional lighting. I also have a ceramic fireplace ( that I painted. Maybe I'll use them around my new spaceship...Like I need a reason to buy some crap to take up space in my house!


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