Thursday, July 24, 2008
Shopping in Historic Annapolis
I spent yesterday shopping in historic Annapolis, Maryland. Annapolis is a quaint old city, chockfull of historic landmarks such as this red and white lighthouse. It's also a quaint old city chockfull of Lexus's, Range Rovers and Jaguars.
While shopping, I ventured into a Whole Foods grocery store for a the first time. Loved it. I am not a particularly healthy eater, but I do love a store that gives away lots of free samples. It's not a store I can routinely shop at (since its too far). Did buy some organic Santa Cruz lemonade for $.99 a bottle and today at Food Lion saw the exact same item for $1.50 a bottle on sale.
Also did some clearance shopping at Toys R Us (since Jacob got a gift card for his birthday). And also went to Bed Bath & Beyond and used a 20% off coupon.
Had lunch at Red Robin. I had signed my DH up for their email club so we used the coupon he received for a free birthday burger. His birthday is coming up.
Well I am looking forward to the Kenny Loggins & Edwin McCain concert tonight. At least the temps have cooled a little (in the 80's, not 90's) so that is good. I stopped by the concert venue today and scoped out where my seat is.
p.s. When I said the lighthouse was historic...I meant freshly historic. Like from 1990 or so. It's a fake lighthouse in a shopping plaza. Gotcha!
Posted by Chris the Yardsale Queen at 2:16 PM