Bonus: a KitchenAid mixer. I originally took it off the registry because I didn't feel I could justify owning it, but after a long talk with my mom about it, she convinced me that it's worth it. She also assured me that, in case we moved overseas, she would happily "borrow" it until we returned. Plus, I felt like a major bargain shopper. I got it for $130 off, and used only gift cards for it.
On another note, one emissions test and two visits to the tag office later, the good ole' Camry is now an official GA resident. This means 4 things for me:
1. I am not nearly as cool driving around with a GA license plate as I was with a CO plate.
2. I can no longer expect that people assume I just don't know where I'm going when I'm flipping u-turns and cutting into turning lanes at the last second.
3. I will now devote a lot more time to finding my car in parking lots. (Good thing it's still sporting a certain presidential candidates bumper sticker on the back so I can find it a bit faster!)
4. I am officially Georgian--minus the accent and passion for Waffle House, Chick fil-a (though I just discovered they have spectacular chicken biscuits), and Cracker Barrel. That's kind of a big deal.