Saturday, October 11, 2008

bye my babies :(


So ummmmmmmmm my credit card has been taken away. My parents didn't tell me that I owed them so much money so I thought that I was fine and went off and bought some boots and some more cardigans for the fall. Turns out they forgot to tell me that I owed them money for my beloved YSL touche eclat and Diorshow mascara (I couldn't NOT buy them at the duty free store! NO TAX!! how could you say no :P) + a billion other things I bought while in Asia... So...probably no new stuff/recent purchases for a bit. and you guys can buy more of my stuff from my store so I can pay off my debt :D.

OH YES! I am going to be putting up some new blazers from my aunt's personal collection this weekend so don't forget to come back and check out the store!

26 comments:

Lisa said...

thanks for your comment love.

it was SO sweet. really it was.
i'm SO happy to hear that your mom is okay and that she beat it. it makes my heart sing.
we must do something about this disease. its scary and we should all be very careful, as women.

have a wonderful weekend.
x.

Songy said...

It's good that your parents were able to warn you about it.

I know some people who couldn't face the reality and didn't tell their daughter about the financial situation and lost all their asset. The daughter couldn't get out of guilt etc.. terrible story. Hope all goes well. For many of us it's a time to exercise some discipline in shopping, myself included.

Eelie said...

Oh this must have been a difficult revelation to face. Its hard but i'm glad your parents did tell you before it got too out of hand :) Chin up darl and keep on with the blogs!

I had a skizz at your posts below and you look like a whole bunch of fun! lol. Very nice to meet you

freya said...

im glad that i have a debt card, not a credit one. otherwise i would probably spend all my savings, my parents' savings etc...


hey, and shopping in a duty free store is just a MUST when youre travelling ;)

DaisyChain said...

thank you for the sweet comment on my blog.
Sorry about your credit cards, I'm glad your parents warned you. x

♥ fashion chalet said...

I hide mine to forget about shopping with them. Or leave them at home when I go out..... but then I usually end up borrowing money from somebody else haha... its bad....

Thanks for the comments, love.

xo/ fashion chalet

Franco said...

wow, I wish I had a credit card,
but i'm poor.
it's kind of good they stopped you before you went nuts.
but i guess if you are one of the lucky ones who didn't get funched by the economy you should be fine.
Face it babe
it's good for ya.

Susanna-Cole said...

Aw, sorry to hear you're in debt, hope you can pay everything off soon! I'm not in debt... just broke! :P

xoxo,
S-C

Eli said...

Im on the verge of wanting to cut up my credit cards myself

Savvy Mode SG said...

you poor thing. in college, most of my gal pals had warning about spending too. : )

sueper said...

Thanx

Never fun - losing credit cards - but hey you will quickly get some new money with your fab store ;)

Jillian said...

poor darling!

I hope you're able to pay them back! I've never had a credit card, I don't trust myself!

hope you have a good weekend despite your cc's being taken from you! don't worry i am sure you'll get them back <3

Farren said...

My credit cards are on a hiatus as well. But, I think I may pull them out soon because their are a pair of Dolce & Gabanna sandals that I really want at the Saks Outlet. =/ Haha.

yiqin; said...

Ah :/ Me too. I owe my mother lots & lots of money! I am saving right now to pay her back!

Miss Karen said...

Credit can be so evil and tempting, I cut up both my credit cards and had to take out a loan to pay them off! But now without the credit it's awful because I can't buy anything I want!

meowmeow. said...

haha this post makes me smile, not for your debt....but the fact that you have made it humorous. I honestly give you props for putting down the card. I need to do the same my shopping is spiraling out of control! todays purchases: shirt $143, and shoes $134.........ahhh what is wrong with us!

Sharon Rose said...

Hi there-good girl for doing the right thing!! Hopefully the debt will be paid soon and with you selling things too, you will soon be back on track-good luck!

Louise said...

Life will be better in the long run credit-card-free ;-)

Miranda said...

aw that totally sucks!
but it's probably best hahahaha
i wish i had a credit card :P

issa said...

awwww.... well at least you did find some great pieces.. without going into a terrible debt.

STEFANIE said...

aww hope you can pay off your debt soon! But I'm glad your parents told you.
I should be saving up too, my piggy bank is almost empty!

instantvintage said...

Girl, you need to get that under control now. Seriously. Credit card debt that you are responsible for is NOT the business and you want to make sure you develop good habits now.

I don't want to sound like a mom, but it's so important that you do it early. Cards can be the devil and death of your wallet's freedom if you don't use them properly ;)

LENORENEVERMORE said...

Ouch...
Everyone is feeling this... I have to take charge of my finances too... The economy is so unstable, must do what we have to do & tighten our belts!
Feel free to drop by & hope you do say hi ok... Thanks dear*

~blessings

S said...

ugh I hate my credit card, I had to take it away from myself after spending too much on it! Better to learn the true evil of the credit card sooner rather than later :)

valerie said...

THIS SOUNDS TOO FAMILIAR! I'm the worst with credit cards. Not a very good quality to have.

I use my debit card now, which at least keeps me from spending money I don't have! Keep the Visa for emergencies!

Cinthia Mull said...

To have your parents put your credit card on a hiatus is only reasonable. You should still be thankful to them because they paid your credit card debts for you, and they’re only asking you to pay them back. Better start selling all your new fabulous blazers to pay what you owe.

Cinthia Mull