The toughest decision I made this weekend was whether to buy a $4 bottle of wine from Trader Joes yesterday. Four dollars for a bottle of wine? It has 'headache' written all over it, right? I bought a $5 bottle instead. It was Riesling, and it didn't give me a headache, so maybe I'll give the $4 bottle a shot later this week.
The fact that this was the toughest decision means my weekend didn't go as planned. I was supposed to be apartment hunting, but then Saturday morning came and I made the ever-so-wise decision to climb Kennesaw Mountain again (and run back down - yes, run... the whole way back down), so I didn't feel like doing a single thing afterwards. By the time Sunday morning rolled around I was so sore that it hurt to even climb to stairs to my front door. So I avoided all stairs as much as possible, which meant I was mainly on my couch.
In other news, I found some new books in the most unlikely of places: Dollar Tree. That's usually my go-to store when I need a crossword or sudoku book for a road trip, but I was browsing the aisles last week - deciding if I should make it rain or not - and noticed they had a pretty decent collection of novels for sale. I grabbed a couple to add to my reading list, and if they're crappy, at least I only paid a dollar for them. Note: Insurgent was not a Dollar Tree purchase, unfortunately. I've been on the wait list at my public library for this book since February. Last time I checked my account, I was number 112 in the queue. Luckily Meredith bought a copy so nevermind, Atlanta Fulton Public Library System.