The stars aligned themselves, the heavens parted, and we finally managed to get to the bank with the birthday check that Great Grandpa & Grandma F sent Drew weeks ago. With the check staring him in the face every time he went to open the fridge, Drew was sure to remind us that he had money and he wanted to spend it.
Since Drew has just started learning about money & coin values at school, we had the check cashed in smaller denominations. Drew felt like a wealthy man with the stack of $1 bills & quarters. First things first though – the dude took care of the 10% he owes to the man upstairs.
Signed, sealed, delivered, it’s not yours! This should keep the lights on at Church for a little while longer…
Mind on his money, money in his hand. Big spender comin’ through. But what will he spend it on?
He could get, like, a billion Legos! Ok, only 405. But that’s close to a billion!
Hey Drew! Why get boring boy Legos when you could get these sweet pink girl Legos?!
Is this a horror movie? Are all the kids gasping for air? All of them were caught up in the excitement of a new toy!
It’s been a while since the Cars movie came out, and it seems the tough economy is having a negative effect on the die-cast toys. $6.27 for Night Vision McQueen?! What a rip!
Here’s a recession-proof toy that’s an enduring classic. Interesting technique hula girl!
Don’t worry Drew, we’re sure you’ll find the perfect gift! Ro is here to cheer you on to victory!
So many choices. Drew’s eyes were quickly getting bigger than his budget. “All my life been po’, but it really don’t matter no mo’…”
How about a Light Saber? The force is strong with this one…but so is that chance that he’ll use it on his sisters.
Drew finally decided he wanted to get the Bolt DVD. It was a tough choice because it ate up most of his budget…
But there was still enough left over for Drew to get some tasty cucumbers for his buddy Edgar, with 4 bucks to spare! Nice work Scoob!
And with that, we were out like a hurd of turtles. We could get arrested by the cool police for having too much fun at Wal-Mart. true story…