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Extravagant purchase

May 14th, 2012 at 12:21 pm

Treated myself to a Coach purse, but not the kind I had anticipated to get. I've had the same purse for many years and it was time to get another one. Of course, I could've gotten a less expensive one but this time I chose quality vs. price ($197 + tax). I'm really excited about my purchase. I also ordered five Playbill frames to create a nice wall in our family room. I bought the economy frames which ended up costing $70.70 (including shipping). So far, I've seen 4 Broadway shows and the Christmas Spectacular, but I can't find one of the Playbills. I love living so close to New York City. I think the wall will look pretty cool!

4 Responses to “Extravagant purchase”

  1. Petunia 100 Says:

    I love that idea! Which shows have you seen?

    I've never been to NYC, but I do see a lot of good shows in San Francisco. I've seen:

    1. Wicked (twice, my favorite)
    2. Avenue Q (twice)
    3. Phantom of the Opera
    4. Oklahoma
    5. Cats
    6. Les Miserable'
    7. Chicago
    8. The Producers

    I think that's it. Nothing else comes to mind at the moment, anyway. I've seen tons of community theatre.
    I have a stack of playbills in my closet. Someday I'd like to do something nicer with them. Smile

  2. NJDebbie Says:

    Petunia 100, I've seen Annie Get Your Gun (Cheryl Ladd), Music Man (with the guy from Will and Grace), In the Heights (with Jorden Sparks), The Lion King and Evita (with Ricky Martin)and The Christmas Spectacular. I'm a big fan of Broadway shows.

  3. frugaltexan75 Says:

    On Broadway I saw - Cats, Miss Saigon, Sweet Charity
    Off Broadway (NYC) - Wrong Turn at Lungfish, Rockettes (2x)

    Outside of NY - Phantom of the Opera(2x), Oklahoma, Les Miserable (3x), Little House on the Prairie and a multitude of other productions I've forgotten ...

    The last one I saw was LHOP, and that was 4? years ago.

  4. baselle Says:

    Haven't seen any Broadway shows but I love to buy the CD and burn 'em onto my MP3 player. Have many classics (Oklahoma, Music Man, etc ...) and newer soundtracks like Avenue Q and Urinetown. Turns out that the writer of the music and score of Urinetown was a college friend. That year it made watching the Tonys a lot more fun.

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