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Eric Dierker says
Seems two to one so far! I thought I would find more like me but I can see your point! Guess I was just raised on waste not want not!
I use to be worse to buy things that I would love to see myself in when in reality I was just not brave enough to wear!
What a well-timed question! We ate lunch at a restaurant in Hot Springs yesterday, $40 + tip for simple pasta and salad for two, no dessert, and mine was awful. It tasted like it was double-salted. I should have sent it back.
I know what you mean; many times I wish I had sent mine back but to save my companions embarrassment I don't. Once though there was hair in my food & when I told the girl she looked like "so what?" didn't offer new & I just walked out that t
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stella vadakin says
I can understand that. May all your days be blessed.
Rachel L Alba says
Yes we certainly do live and learn Rachel, and it is a terrible regret that helps us isn't it?
Yoleen Lucas says
Now, THAT'S what I am talking about. You are WORTH IT, have a consciousness of abundance, not one of poverty, lack, & scarcity! I have treated myself to a $60.00 caviar dinner in 2003, NO REGRETS AT ALL!
I know many of us are worlds apart and should give thought to that before speaking. Material things are not what our conversation should be...especially today.
Marc Lee says
Certainly then! lol