I am seriously the cheapest valentiner ever!
As in, I would DIE if I got a dozen roses for the big day.
Because I know how much they cost.
We went out one time on Valentines Day with our friends right after we were married and spent $100 on a delicious meal of the tiniest food I have ever eaten.
I litrally (said in my best Chris from Parks and Rec voice) went home and ate a box of Oreos just to keep my stomach from growling in the middle of the night.
Our first Valentines Day together, Techy bought me a gorgeous diamond heart shape pendant on a chain.
And I could have died because he should have been using that money to help pay off school bills.
To say that I am frugal is a little of an understatement.
To say that I am a party pooper is really more like it.
I'm more or less like a transplant from the Great Depression.
Don't spend money on that - I could make it or find it cheaper!
Um, hello, Ridiculousness? Leah's on the line...AGAIN....
It's not that I don't enjoy gifts that someone had to spend money on...
It's just that I could have done so much more with the money.... Or I could have gotten something on sale. Or used a coupon code....
Yes. It's a sickness.
But, I am here to tell you that after all these years, my Techy knows me so well.
And this years gift fit the bill without breaking any bank.
And just so happened to have been on my wish list.
And I am one lucky girl.