PHOTO RECAP 5: CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE

A CRABAPPLE TREE IN MY DAD'S BACKYARD.

CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF PRETTY WHITE BLOSSOMS ON A CRAB APPLE TREE IN MY DAD’S BACKYARD.

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CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SUNSHINE AND TREES WITH PRETTY GREEN LEAVES.

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CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF OCCASIONAL RAIN AND THUNDER THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT.

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CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF GRAY SKIES. I LOVE THE DIVISION OF THE GREEN TREES AND THE GRAY SKIES.

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CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF NIGHT FALL.

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CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF PRETTY COLORS.

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CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SUNSHINE! AFTER A FEW DAYS OF GRAY SKIES AND SOME RAIN, THE SUN MADE AN APPEARANCE.

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ALL OF MY CLOUD PICTURES DON'T EVEN COMPARE TO THIS ONE TAKEN BY MY FRIEND, JORDAN.

ALL OF MY CLOUD PICTURES DON’T EVEN COMPARE TO THIS ONE TAKEN BY MY FRIEND, JORDAN.

For 5 cents (expertly bargained down from $5), Jordan granted me permission to use his amazing cloudy photo he took during a bike ride. Thank you, Jordan! You’re so awesome and amazing as always!

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GOOD BUY:

GOOD BUY: LOOK AT THE PRETTY PINK PRICE TAG!

While Charlie and I were heading out of Sears, this pair of jeans hanging on the clearance rack caught my eye. First, the jeans were IN MY SIZE! Second, did you notice the pretty pink price tag $4.99 for a pair of Levi’s? Yes please! Other than hand-me-downs, I can’t remember the last time I spent less than $10 for a pair of jeans … oh, wait, I can. I spent $5 or $6 on a pair of some off brand jeans in early 2009.

Anyway, the cashier commended me on my excellent find, and we were both surprised when the scanner beeped $1.99 as the final price. Huh! What?!? Seriously? $1.99 for a pair of Levi’s in my size? ABSOLUTELY! I actually paid for the jeans in CASH! I didn’t even need to whip out my debit card. To make the good buy even better, I had earned a few cents for being a Sears member or something, and my final total for the jeans was $1.72. Sweet!

Other than the jeans being a tad too long — no big surprise there — the jeans fit me PERFECTLY! PERFECTLY! I am so incredibly giddy with the impulse decision and the fantastic deal!

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