Balance Bars, Cleared Paths and Kids' Clothes

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Target has 6-packs of Balance Bars for $4.08! I thought they were regular price ($4.94) so I only got one box. After I saw that price on my receipt, I went back and grabbed 2 more boxes. $4.24 is the lowest I've seen the boxes, and that was at Wal-Mart (who is now charging $5.18). I wish Target had more of the flavors, though. They just have Chocolate Mint Cookie, Chocolate Peanut Butter, Caramel Nut Blast, and Yogurt Honey Peanut.

I drove by my south-bound bike path today and IT HAS BEEN CLEARED! Woo! It looks like there is one section that still has a bunch of snow, but the overpass (where it was really deep) is completely cleared off. On the way back from broomball tonight, I'll have the Engineer look to see how far the cleared section extends. It would be so much easier if I could just do my long run on that path.

I went back to Old Navy this afternoon. I had better luck finding pants that fit, since I found the below-waist pants as opposed to the at-waist pants. I also did try on a shirt in the kids department and it fit. So I bought it, this, and an adults fleece v-neck. It actually isn't that strange that I can wear girls' shirts, if you look at Old Navy's size charts. A girls' 14 is the same as a women's' XS, and a 16 is the same as a S. I'm glad I've figured that out because I don't think I'll ever buy plain t-shirts in Old Navy's women's' department. Why pay $10 for an adult size when you can pay $5 for the almost exact same shirt in girls?

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