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Birthday Drive

January 14th, 2007 at 09:39 pm

I got phone call from my son on Saturday evening to say that I was to drive up to his place and we all shall go for a drive to-morrow. Well there were five of us going to mountain behind the Gold Coast to the markets or so I thought but first a detour to a shopping centre at the Gold Coast. Last night they were at one of my DIL sister’s place. When she joking said the she would like a Beagle puppy she seen in the pet shop that day as she had lost her beagle of 11 years two week’s before and still was very upset about it. We went to see it and if it was still in the pet shop, Yep so her mother bought for her, then we had go and give it to her. I will not tell the price but more than I would pay. He is just six-week-old and so cute too! Guess where I spent my birthday, as they got the puppy, the sister went and bought lunch for all of us. So we had roast chicken and Coleslaw and Potato salad and chocolate almond cake for my birthday. This was fun just to see the reactions of everyone about getting the puppy and much more memorable than a day walking around a wet markets anyway. I don’t have any other family than my son here so my DIL family is my family too!

I spent the grand total of $8.20 for the day. When we went back to the shopping centre late in the afternoon. On Bananas I bought 8 of them and gave away half. Bananas are a luxury around here and at times was paying up to $16.99kg, today they were $1.99kg and still in some places $6.99kg. When they get back down to around under $1.00 they will be back on the daily menu.

Today’s Full price Tally $8.20
Today’s Savings - $ 3.00
2007 Total $-t-r-e-t-c-h Savings Tally $9153.85

4 Responses to “Birthday Drive”

  1. shiela Says:

    Isn't that good that we can eat bananas again. I was so happy to get some on the weekend, it was $2.99kg here in Victoria.

  2. living_in_oz Says:

    Wow, just goes to show how varied prices can be from place to place. Here is the US bananas are always dirt cheap. That's way you can always find a bunch sitting in my fruit bowl!

  3. LuxLiving Says:

    Yep, just paid 29 cents a pound here! Wow - they are really expensive there!!!

    Sounds like you had a wonderful day of celebrating! Happy Birthday!!

  4. Carolina Bound Says:

    Happy birthday! Sounds like a fun day! I always enjoy your descriptions of everday living in Australia.

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