After sharing my Secret-Savings-Spot in this post, I received a ton of
e-mails asking me to disclose its location. I also received e-mails asking if
I would consider shipping some of the disposable pastry bags I found there!
If you're one of my readers that inquired, then you know I answered every single
e-mail. And, if you asked me to mail you a box, (or four) of disposable pastry
bags, you'll know in a few days that they were mailed this evening. But, if you
are one of the many readers who said you wished you could see inside my
little s-s-s, then get comfy... Because the following photos are for you!
SpaBoy and I met for Hot Yoga after work this evening. Then, we hit the
secret-savings-spot. It was his first time. We shopped for almost an hour
and a half! The first thing I hope you've noticed is the variety of products
they carry! Now... This below had me a bit miffed because these non-slip
comfort/wellness mats are perfect for the kitchen but at only $14, they're
a fraction of what I paid for the one I ordered from Williams-Sonoma!
Part of the reason it took me and SpaBoy an hour and half to get through the
store is because we stopped to giggle so often. I mean, really... This has to
be the only place you'll find a garment steamer, blowdryer diffuser, water
bottle combination set, and commercial fry basket all on the same shelf!
Oh, and empty prescription bottles just below!
This cracked me up because I saw these in the gift shop the last time we
visited the National Infantry Museum at Fort Benning with the Ranger!
Yes indeed... There's a whole lot of everything here!
Like these hand warmers I intend to send to the Ranger! He told me
it's been snowing in Afghanistan for a week now and that their
digital thermometer stopped working at minus 6 degrees!
SpaBoy loaded up on these sponges... Every
esthetician knows why this is a great deal!
But this is where you'll find it... Right next to
the hot tub safety rails and... The bathtub!
Need a bar condiment caddy, flat iron or set of hot rollers?
Or maybe you're in the market for a new
Bible or you're taking a road trip to Arizona?
I bet you could shop every store in North Carolina and not
find another box of plastic communion figurines anywhere!
Last fall I bought a case of tennis balls at Costco,
and I paid a whole lot more than this for them!
Right above the Pottery Barn wine stopper set and next to the corkscrews
is where you'll find the extra-long Gutting Gloves. And, isn't
extra-long what really matters when buying your gutting gloves?
This is usually the only place in the store where you'll find me...
It's where they stock all the baking/cooking supplies, and where I recently
found these fantastic rolls of 18" disposable pastry/decorating bags, priced
just $9.95 a box! I called yesterday afternoon to ask if they would put another
six boxes on hold for me, and I'm glad I did - Because while it may look like
there are still a lot of boxes left, there were ten times this many last week!
Now, last week they didn't have any of these latex gloves I was
after... But this evening I got lucky, and I took all five boxes home!
This is an example of the Williams-Sonoma goodies to be found here!
And, if you're in the market for a replacement handle
for your Le Creuset rubber scraper, you're in luck!
I hope you've enjoyed your peek into the best kept secret in this area... SpaBoy
and I had a blast! After all, it's the only place in North Carolina a couple of former
Kansas State University students could find a clock like this hanging over the door!