Monday, August 01, 2005

Guilt Ridden

Thanks for all the ideas for blogging. I am not quite sure why this happens to me. I do think it has something to do with being in Grand Forks. Now, I love Grand Forks and I have nothing but fond memories of Grand Forks, but it doesn't get my creative juices flowing like other places.

I am afraid that if I don't write something clever or creative soon, I will lose all of my dedicated readers. Not only I am suffering from blogger's block, but some added blogger's anxiety! Now, I am just being dramatic.

So, here is today's attempt to get unblocked...first...a confession of some type.

Yesterday, I went to Target to buy a backpack/bag for my ibook. I decided to buy this bag that had a special spot for my beloved mini ipod. The best part about this bad beside the fact that it was exactly the right size for what I needed, it came with a free $15 prepaid itunes card. There was some confusion at the counter about the itunes card. But I was satisfied that I had received the correct card and left the store. It was only at about ten o'clock that evening when I realized that Target had accidently given me an extra $15 itunes card. Dilemma.

The greedy, music lover in me wants to keep this card because I want to own all of the music. The honest person wants to return the extra card. Hmmm...I feel guilty even writing about it.

3 comments:

Jimmy Jewel said...

what would Mrs. Carlson say?

on another note, I don't think you're going to break Target by using the $15 card that THEY GAVE you.

Sara Hondl said...

It's not your fault that the person doesn't know how to do their job.

Anonymous said...

Keep the card.

Target owes you! Think of all the money they have! You spend a lot of your hard-earned money at Target, they should give you a card for being such a faithful shopper!

Amanda