Charlotte and I watched a Morgan Freeman movie the other night. It didn't get a lot of play when it came out in 2006 and there's a reason. Despite the decent cast (Jonah Hill, Paz Vega and cameos by Danny Devito and Rhea Pearlman) it doesn't really tell much of a story.
It's one of those slice-of-life independent films that tries to convince you it's important. It's not. But, it did leave me with a nagging question: what I would put on my 10 Items or Less list?
I'm not talking "Bucket" list here (you know the one where you're supposed to list
The 10 Items List is the list of things you'd grab quickly in the Super Target of life. It got me thinking about my list. Maybe it'll make you think about yours.
Give me a plate of Tex-Mex enchiladas or chicken fried steak and I'm good to go.
You need to know this right from the start:
I admit it. I love to shop but hate paying full price.
I'm no Rebecca (Confessions of a Shopaholic) but I refuse to buy most things unless a deal helps justify the spending. (Bob doesn't ask but I'm prepared - just in case.)
Or should we say, proof of the recession?
My cousin John Henry sent me this hilarious Baby Boomer commercial from the folks at Centrum vitamins. If you don't recognize yourself in this spot, you're just not trying. Enjoy!