This snow week has reminded me too much of quarantine. It’s about that time of year again where we were all stuck inside just like this. I haven’t gotten much done or done any homework, but I have made a trip to goodwill.
If you know me you know that I love Goodwill. It’s my safe place, my hobby, the one thing I always wish I was doing. On our snow, Thursday, I made the journey to Goodwill. To my luck, the roads were mostly clear, and Goodwill was open. Every time I walk into that glorious store it is this crucial moment for me to decide where to look first. I decided to look in the tank tops because I am so over the cold and so ready for summer. I carefully looked through each row and found many tank tops. It’s this crazy incredible feeling to see a shirt that is perfect and think no price can turn me away in here.
I continued on through the store, looked at shoes, sweaters, shorts, coats, dresses, and kept finding things I had to have. I typically find quite a few things every time I go but this time I hit the jackpot. I’ve never spent over $20 in Goodwill because usually about half of the things I find don’t fit or look good on me. However, everything looked good on me, so I bought it all.
Moral of the story: I spent $40 at Goodwill and it was worth it. I got a pair of super nice cowboy boots, my summer wardrobe, and unnecessary accessories. That was the highlight of this slow week, and I recommend to everyone to make their way to Goodwill and have just as much fun as I do.