Have you ever gone on a shopping spree? Ha. Me too. Have you ever done it online? Ha. Me too. Have you ever decided that the only things you really need are useful and somewhat hilarious? Oh my gosh you should have seen my mail!
Yesterday, I finally decided to check my mail. I finally got really good at checking when I was buying too many little things off of the Wish app. I stopped purchasing when I ordered a necklace that took a month and a half to get to the arrival date (and was pushed back). Once I hit 50 days, I wrote a nasty note wanting a return. They said they would and I would probably still get it since it was in transit. I never saw it. It's probably a good thing. The last necklace I had like it lasted maybe a month and I'm not convinced the glowy material wasn't really radioactive.
Shopping addictions aside, I only got my normal bills and Young Living orders. YL doesn't count because I sell it. So finally I go to check my mail without fear just like a normal person. I immediately remember that I have contacts that I ordered during Game of THrones the week before. YES! I have been wearing my green and hazel fairly frequently, but I hadn't worn blue since 6th grade. Yes, that was about 20 years ago I assume. Score one, I have new contacts, but I don't do anything on weekends because the cats deserve me.
Now, I am expecting a collective internet face palm. Go ahead... I'll wait.
Good. I'm glad you got that out of your system. Now to hear what I actually bought!
I came to my door to see two boxes of items from the HSA store! The what? I got 3 wrist and hand braces, one ankle brace, a back brace, a TMJ strap, migraine cooling pads, a migraine face mask, an elbow brace, a new thermometer, and Frozen band-aids!
It was like Christmas! I didn't know what to open first! My hands hurt frequently, but my back is terrible, but NO. I am so excited about the TMJ thing! I need to go to bed immediately! I gathered my items and put the on the couch. I grabbed the really cool TMJ thing and headed off to watch some sad David Duchovony movie on Netflix. Between having an oil diffuser and this, bedtime has never been so amazing!