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Attached at the Hip | Part 4

{ Monday Blog Series: We’re going to start the week from now on with a new little tidbit that will lovingly be titled Attached at the Hip. It’s going to be the day of the week that we bring you reports of things we did together or our different takes on things. It will be a day of sisterhood, adventures and a general state of ridiculousness. Why not celebrate how much we love one another and how different yet the same we are?! }

This Saturday we got together for a day of relaxed laziness. It was one of those Saturdays that was oddly grey outside, we were both unusually tired and completely mentally exhausted from the week that had just passed. On top of that, it was also unusually warm so we felt obligated to get off our bums and actually remove ourselves from A.’s apartment. This is really quite a pity because I totally could have stayed in with a cup of tea and endless amounts of HGTV. We started with quiche, a bread platter (two hungry girls can do a substantial amount of damage to a basket of freshly baked bread that comes with a jar of praline spread… just saying.) and huge bowl sized cappuccino’s from Le Pain Quotidien.

From there we embarked on a shopping trip in which we bought nothing but found all sorts of random objects that fell into a couple different categories… the “Oh that’s cool but where the f would you be able to put it,” my constant problem of “That’s so cute but I really can’t justify spending money on it,” and then the outright, “Why the f would anyone actually purchase this? It’s going to end up in a landfill.”

For your enjoyment some of our silliest finds…

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