I've been spending again.
I spent just over £40 at the Works - online of course. It is on topcashback and had an extra 20% cashback. I picked up a few bits there were ideal. I got bear's present to me (I know), I picked up a few stocking fillers, some extra books and a science kit for bear. It was plenty of bang for my buck, which is quite appropriate as I got the exploding science set.
I also called in at the church fair. I spent around £5, I got raffle tickets, played name the bear (please let me guessed wrong, it was a plush polar bear bigger than my bear), bought some ludicrously underpriced scones for bear and his pal and indulged myself in a necklace.
The bad news when I got talking at church was I think I have found a kindred spirit when it comes to eBay. We are as bad as each other. And she is into crafts. Darn. We said we definitely, definitely had to support each other when it came to NOT buying from our friend, seriously, just step away from the screen.
I needed some comfort. Bear told the piano teacher very firmly that he hated the lessons this morning. I was unimpressed with bear but very impressed with the piano teacher that managed to get bear engaged by the end of the lesson.
I know bear is a reluctant learner at the piano, and it is because it is the only thing he has to work at. Everything else like school or the maths tutor or reading comes without a flicker of effort on his part. This is why, in my opinion, the piano is vital.
My pal from church was talking about bags. I am probably quite safe to look at my friend eBay when it comes to bags as I can't be bothered with them (yes, there was the accidental purchase of 20 a few years ago, but I haven't worn all of those out).I may go and have a relaxing browse.