Over the weekend, my mother-in-law and I went to downtown Loris to shop. She wandered into Cato and I wandered into the Salvation Army. For those of you unfamiliar with Cato, it is a clothing store with a lot of clothes that I would wear normally – in fact, it’s too tempting for me. I believe I could buy one of everything in that store.

So I really hoped the Salvation Army would surprise me with their selection. And they really did! I scored not one, but four pairs of capris pants in my size that I could actually wear to work! This NEVER happens to me, not even at a regular clothing store. I also found a couple of shirts and a cute Old Navy dress for my daughter. My total was only $20.34! I scored big and made up for all the guilt in buying those cheater pants!

Over the same weekend, I also returned the cheater pants to Walmart. I never even tried them on!

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Originally from Virginia, Jennifer C. Sellers is passionate about sustainability and conservation in South Carolina and throughout the world. She earned her BA in English from Coastal Carolina University and her MAS in Environmental Policy and Management from the University of Denver. She is a university sustainability coordinator that implements programs and teaches people about going green and being sustainable. Follow her on Twitter @MyGreenGlasses

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