We don't really have any furniture for sitting on. We have dressers, coffee tables, and such. I was supposed to pick up a wardrobe during my trip to Ikea with the rented car, but I forgot. Oops. I got the other stuff, though.
Still thinking about the best way to get rid of the car with deployed airbags. We don't have cash flow problems at the moment, so repairing it, holding onto it for the short term, and then selling may not be a terrible solution unless it turns out there's damage besides just the deployed airbags which would make the cost of repair prohibitive (there probably is). Still, I'm calling a couple scrap yards to get quotes in order to have the best info possible. I'll find some time to take it in to the mechanic's sometime to get a quote on repairs and to know if there's any damage besides replacing the airbags.
Some stuff for the wedding turned out cheaper than planned because we didn't have time, in the end, to do things as planned. Like, my attire. I planned to get a new pair of black oxfords, punch-caps, since I didn't have any and they're the most formal type of oxford, but still a very handy thing to have. I didn't have time to search them out - why can't I find plain black oxfords with no broguing?! - and instead wore a nice pair of wingtips with plenty of broguing that I already owned. They look nice and I like them, but they aren't quite as formal as you would like to be married in. Well, whatevs!
One scrap place got back to me: they'll give me $100 cash after all the fees and stuff. That's a terrible offer, but at least it means I have an option to guarantee I won't be in the hole. I suppose I'll take it to a mechanic next (or call to see whether I should even bother), see what the prognosis is. $100 cash might actually look good at the end of the day.
I sort of hate the idea of Ikea.
We've been eating out a bit because, first, we were on honeymoon, and now we didn't get gas on in the apartment until today. Hoorah, gas.
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