haulingthescoreup wrote: Goodness, would you like to take me out to lunch? I generally order from the low end of the menu, but I do like lobster. And filet mignon. And pinot grigio, the more, the merrier.
I'm guessing these are business meals??
Sorry to burst that brief fantasy about expensive lunches but:
The cash back helps pay my personal restaurant bills for the month which are $100 or so total. These are virtually all with my son, which is because I have zero time with 3 small business and being an almost-full-time single parent. The $6000 and $5300 are the monthly statement for an auto parts vendor for business. Pretty boring, huh?
Probably a good thing I don't have any time or energy left to date since I DO like "lobster. And filet mignon. And pinot grigio, the more, the merrier."
I have to be content to remembering the fabulous meals of the year after separation but before I figured out that I was broke.
lol, yep, that always-unpleasant reality lesson.
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