Fashion Friday: Black Friday

Where did you go today, on this Black Friday?  I’d love to know if anyone waited all night in line for a fun, new product; or went to any stores that had Early Bird specials.  I’m at home with the girls, while the hubs is duck hunting. I guess I could create my Christmas list…it’s never too early.  Who am I kidding?  I created my list a month ago!  Alright, now I’ve got to get back to finishing this book, The Girl Who Played with Fire.  The hubs finished the first one earlier this week, and he wants to read the second one after me, so I’ve got to hurry up!  Happy shopping to any of y’all out there, fighting the crowds, hunting for that special Christmas gift!

Needless to say, this is one item on my Christmas list!


Hope y’all have a wonderful weekend!

And remember to shop with grace…and CAUTION…today!

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7 thoughts on “Fashion Friday: Black Friday

  1. Happy Black Friday, A! I'm not hitting the stores, just can't do the crowds! I'm such a fuddy duddy! Anyway did you know the Kindle is now in color? The Nook is too! I'm getting one for my mom, I'm so excited! Hope you had a great Thanksgiving!

  2. I went to Ann Taylor, Banana, and Anthropologie around 8:00 and scooped up a few great deals. I popped into a few locally owned boutiques too and got myself a free pair of adorable tights!! So much fun!

  3. Yeeowee…hate all the hub-bub when I go to my regular stores and there are so many people that there are lines and crowds! Bah-humbug! Yet traveling to Chicago etc. when I have been there on Black Friday has been so much fun…crowds seem "festive" and love it then…? Don't know what it says about me except I'm terratorial?? Have a fun hunt!!

  4. Good morning from Tokyo!

    I can say whole-heartedly that I am thankful to have the burden of Black Friday crowds lifted from our shoulders. Living abroad does have its perks! We'll be coming home for Christmas, so blessedly happy about this, too, and we'll have all our gifts shipped to my parents home in Oxford.

    That said, there is something about the begining of the Christmas season in gengeral that is completely missing in Japan. I do miss the carols, the commercials, the displays, and the sights and sounds of the season. Thank goodness we'll be home to see some of it!

    I hope if you and yours ventured out you had a successful trip~all done with grace and caution, of course.

    My best to you and yours this Christmas season…



  5. Hi! I'm a follower but I've never commented. My hubs actually got up at 3AM to battle the crowds. I think he got up early to get me a Kitchen Aid Mixer. I guess I'll find out in about 30 days! Oh! And he picked up some gifts for our 5 year old, too!

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