Friday, January 15, 2010

Goodwill is an intangible asset representing the value placed...

... on the superior earning power of a person or business. I learned that in high school accounting. Goodwill is also a helluva great place to rebuild one's wardrobe.

I'm wearing a new-to-me jacket today, a bit of a fashion risk for me, in that it's patterned, something I used to subconsciously avoid. It fits beautifully, I often do wear the colours in it (usually in non-patterned form, mind you), though what sold me on it (other than the fact that it fit so beautifully) is that it's stretchy but doesn't look stretchy.

And like so many of my other lovely jackets I've purchased there, it was $5.99.

As gawd is my witness, I'll never pay retail again!

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