Today is payday. I have paid my bills, put some away for the ones I will get on the first of next month, before my next pay, along with the automatic deductions for my Chirstmas club account, my private health insurance, and Medicans Sans Frontiers. I have resubscribed to foodconnect which has my food pretty much covered for the next month, and budgeted the small amount extra I will need. I have put money aside for surprise social events. I have not, it occurs to me, called the Jim’s mowing guy who repeatedly refuses to send me a bill so that I can pay him, but since I called him this week already, maybe he can wait until next pay. I mean, really. I am TRYING to give him my money, here.
The point is, now it’s fun time. I have been waiting for pay day since Definiatalie posted about her redbubble store. She posted about a discount off framed and canvas prints, check out the code here. I was pretty excited because I have been looking for some lovely ladies to hang on my wall. I was looking on etsy, but all the prints involving women have them waif like with huge bobble heads and dinner plate eyes. Which is an aesthetic I quite enjoy, but I would like some fatties on my wall first. And since I don’t appear to be able to buy the fat fairy here, I thought I’d give Natalie some of my dollars – although searching on redbubble for ‘fat’ has come up with some good things, too, that I might keep in the list for later.
But now I can’t decide between ‘heart strings’ and the fat ladies in a line. What do you guys think? I really should only buy one, for furgality and also because I don’t really have the wallspace for two. But I love them both!
Also, has anyone ever done the ‘two fruit trees in one hole’ thing? I’ve been ringing around about multigrafts, but no one has what I am after (pears and peaches and cherries). A couple of nurseries have suggested just banging two trees in the same hole and pruning as if they were one tree, which is something I have read about. Any first hand experience out there? Then I could just order some more trees from Yalca Fruit Trees, and frankly I’d rather give them my money than Bunnings.