Saturday, April 26, 2008

Hey, What Did You Ever Do With That Money?

Hello.Hey, Bloggy Friends!

I took it and bought myself a new pair of skinny jeans!

Just joshin' ya!

Sorry it's been a minute since I got back to you about the extra $82 I noticed on my checking statement a few weeks back. I pretty much decided pretty early on to return it. At first I was trying to come up with some alternatives to donating to a good cause, but then I got all caught up with school, then Hillary came to visit and I just haven't thought that much about it - until now!

As you can tell from the poll, the vote was practically split in half. I thought it would be a really fun idea to take it and donate it, but some of you thought it wouldn't be the right thing to do - karmicly. Is that a word? It is today!

The one comment that really got to me was the "be a good Kentucky boy and return it." I'm not sure who that was - but it worked. I'm giving it back, Bloggy Friends!

It was a fun concept, but in the end I guess if I am going to donate money it should be my own. That would benefit everyone involved. Maybe one day we can all get together and decide on a way to gather money and donate it to a good cause, but right now I'm just pulled at both ends as I am trying to finish up my last two weeks of school.

So, that's the story! Ironically, I noticed this week that there is a new show starting on the BBC this weekend called ROBIN HOOD. We are both excited to check it out. I love historical mini-series. I know it's a mythical tale - but there's history involved!

Have a great day, Bloggy Friends. I hope you have weekend plans that suit you to a tee!

Love, Josh


Casey said...

Good luck with wrapping up the semester!

Although I might have done differently, I applaud your decision...

Maybe the bloggy friends collectively can rally to donate to a worthy charity... that would be fun.

Anonymous said...

I assumed when I saw that "good Kentucky boy" comment that it was your mom writing!

Anonymous said...

That comment was from me Josh! Your LCA fraternity brother. Glad to hear you did that. Have a good one!

Edro Edro said...

I'm curious about the response from the bookstore when you return the dough.