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Today I spent money on all the groceries needed for tomorrow's cookout (a little over $60). But many of the ingredients I bought will be used again for other dishes.

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Went to Matane today and I spent money there. 6$ at Rona (1 box of cone incense...my parents bought 2 other things so i asked them to pay it then i would give the money back home...did that so no taxes for me..hehe), 33,34$ at Le Grenier (1 trenchcoat...it was 99$ so that was a great deal...i first saw it when i went there in the beginning of may and hated it when i came back a few weeks later i entered the store but was not too sure and today i was hoping there was 1 left in my size), 17,25$ at L'Aubainerie Entrepot (14$ for a blouse and 1$ for a teeshirt), 4$ at Dollorama (4 big Aero...with that too my parents bought and then i gave them the money [without the taxes..hehe] back home) and 13,96$ at Les Aliments M&M (4 frozen poutine).

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I just bought my third tree on Tree Nation (45 euro and in Canadian dollars its 62,82).

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Today I spent 18,49$ at the Familiprix in Causapscal (4,49$ for shower gel 5,19$ for toothpaste 2,99$ for q-tips 0,99$ for sponge 1,99$ for back sponge 0,50$ for a loto ticket) and 100$ at my hairdresser (an hair cut, bleach, hair color, shampoo, conditioner and tip).

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Today I treated myself to lunch. $11.10 Stopped at Savers and found a beautiful framed picture for 3.99 which is why I bought it. If I had to buy the same frame in an art shop just the frame would probably cost 30.00 and with a matt easily 50.00. Today was Tuesday and Senior disc day so knock 25% off the price. Then headed over to Aldi's and was going to buy some blueberries fpr 99 cents/pt. Picked up two and someone took them out of my cart. %$#@!!!! Later at my grocery store on the way home had to pick up milk and bread but we know when you walk out of the store it is never just for what you came in for. Add 14.00 to that. (btw the blueberries were 2.99 pt there)

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Today I spent 30,48$ at Amazon Canada (12,99$ for a 19 piece cup and spoon measuring set and 6,76$ 2 time for 30 cleaning towelettes from Pond's...the shipping is free).

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Today I spent 9,52$ at the Familiprix in Causapscal (1 body lotion and 80 makeup remover tampons), 27,55$ at Hart (10 socks), 3,16$ at the Amqui Familiprix (pills), 9,20$ at Dollorama (5 little bags of original Skittles 12 earrings and a Stawberry Shortcake shower gel) and I had my waxing done (arms, underarms and half legs...more than 60$...she forgot to give me the receipt..we talked for several additional minutes after the waxing...she got distracted and me too..haha).

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gas (ouch) and groceries.

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Technically I bought postage to send out an origami rose order, but really the person paid for the postage as part of their payment price. So I didn't buy anything "myself".


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My daughter had her wisdom teeth out today, so we spent quite a bit today. Not to mention the supplies I had bought in anticipation - gatorade, ginger ale, yogurts, mashed potatoes, all the things that she can drink and eat over the next few days.


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