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Blog: chrystal's fight to own a home!

Getting DH to get on board!

Saturday, September 18, 2010

I love my DH alot.but i gotta tell you all something..NEVER LET YOUR HUSBANDS GO GROCERY SHOPPING WITHOUT A LIST! He means well and it was a great refeif to see him go..BUT when he got home, i was at first excited to see how little he spent and how many bags there were..UNTIL....i relized he never got any meat at all.!!!.oh no i told him..what will we eat for the next week??? he looked at me like i had two heads! and replied don't we have some in the frezzer? One chicken we all know does not feed a family of 3 for a regardless of his best intentions..there i was over spending on the grocery budget of $85.00/wk to get the essential meat my DH thought we had so much of! i've learned a hard lesson..Lists are so vital!

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