You do like living on the edge! I wouldn't go near any large store or shopping area/mall on Black Friday. (Also, I'm glad that the people I buy gifts for, aren't into anything rare or expensive, so I have plenty of time and options for my Christmas list.)
What I miss is back when I was a kid, and my mother, grandmother, and siblings would all ride the subway, and go into large department stores in Boston, the day after Thanksgiving. (No shoppers ever called it Black Friday -- only the merchants/financial people referred to it as that.) The large stores were crowded and all, but had such a festive holiday atmosphere. It was an actual event for us. Part of the fun was looking at all the amazing Christmas displays outside in the dept. store, street-level display windows. We'd always got hot chocolate, too.
I know a couple places where I think the deals aren't there if people want a deal with their current order. You have to spend a certain amount of money to get a gift card. That gift card could be only used for a future purchase.Sharing a reminder that tomorrow is Small Business Saturday. Sometimes you can find some nice holiday gifts when you shop in your own community, and also support your local area.
Special shout-out to @Tony the Tigger -- hoping you break sales records this weekend!!!
Not a bit surprise. The Snow family has a history with Michigan state. I bet that college has a field day whenever it snows. I guess its a snow tradition there.I’m watchin’ the last minutes of the Penn State/Michigan State game, the snow is comin’ down like crazy, and I notice a dude on the Michigan State defense with the last name of Snow…!!!!!
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