taken at the Philadelphia Magic Gardens, the text seemed appropriate
Dear Bank Account,
I am very sorry that I have been taking advantage of you recently, but I assure you that all of the purchases made were of utmost importance.
The $160 split box spring that I bought was way overdue because I have been living without one for almost a year now and my back was starting to ache.
The $89 dinner Friday night was absolutely necessary to show a friend a night on the town. I only paid for half, not the whole thing, and that makes it okay.
The $280 round trip flight to Charlotte was something that needed to be done to check off one of the goals on my to do list this year, and you wouldn’t want me to miss out on one just because of you, would you? And besides, I have to go visit Krissie.
The $72 that I spent on orchestra tickets was an absolute must because it was Peter Nero’s last performance with the Philly Pops. And how could I pass up that?
Brunch last weekend was necessary. Brunch is always necessary. So were the two the weekend before that. The three the weekend before that. And the three the weekend before that. (Of course it’s possible to do brunch three times in one weekend.)
I’m sorry about that $180 hotel room in NYC a few weekends ago, I really thought I booked the hotel earlier.
The $50 DiBruno Brothers charge was necessary so that I could throw a party so I could write a blog post about it, and you understand how that goes, right? And remember, my lunch for the day was included in there, so that’s not so bad, right?
The $80 I spent at Forever 21 was necessary to update my wardrobe. And have you seen how many compliments I got on that new skirt?
As you can see, each of these charges was completely justified.
Thank you for understanding,
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Day #13 of Blog Every Day in May via Story of My Life. Check out the linkup here.