Let’s take a walk on the wild side!

Today, I added a section. Sometimes, our lives (through no fault of our own!) can get deadly dull and can use a little levity and spicing up. The new category is a page where you can, SHOP ‘TIL YOU DROP, and since I’m limited in space, an AMAZON SEARCH BOX IS provided.

Sheer distraction , the fun of shopping sometimes make us dwell less on ourselves and more on others; to what end? The pain isn’t noticed as much, when you make those needed holiday-or every day purchases, you forget for one minute about what hurts, about the hand that you’ve been dealt. And now is about the time when shopping becomes a way of life, for the holiday seasons are coming upon us!

Plus, isn’t shopping fun!! A percentage of the proceeds of any purchases will go to the Lupus Foundation of America and another percentage to the S. L. E. Lupus Foundation. SO, SHOP TIL YOU DROP!!

 

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9 thoughts on “Let’s take a walk on the wild side!

    • I know, shopping is such a drag, but this time of year, especially, it’s one of those ‘necessary evils (?)’ No, halloween costumes, Thanksgivin gear and, GULP, Christmas gifts!! Amazon has it all!

    • Loopy, through their efforts, the Lupus Foundation of America has benefitted tons of people and so has the S. L. E. Lupus Foundation (for that matter, all philanthropic organizations). I’ll just try to help them the way I can. We’ve got to buy stuff anyway, so why not benefit a needy charity? Please take a walk on the wild side and do some shopping if you can! Surely, you must need/or want something to decorate your new home. But, even though they have them, I don’t think you’re in the market for a lawnmower because of the smaller home. But, “be it ever so humble, there’s no place like home…”

  1. Hi Annie-hoping all is well with you these days or as well as expected. Love your new idea of “shop till you drop.” Great idea.

    • Linda, through their efforts, the Lupus Foundation of America has benefitted tons of people and so has the S. L. E. Lupus Foundation (for that matter, all philanthropic organizations). I’ll just try to help them the way I can. We’ve got to buy stuff anyway, so why not benefit a needy charity? Please take a walk on the wild side and do some shopping if you can! Annie

      • Twin, I hope things are well in Minneapolis; is there a ‘preparation-for-the-cold’ season? It’s been ages since we’ve talked. Take care, Linda! Annie

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