I know I'm about a week late on this, but I just had to post it here on the blog. Last week, after the Packers beat the Bears, Aaron Rodgers ( Hey!!!! Roddd-gers! ) broke out his Lebowski sweater for the postgame interview. And that's when I discovered that this sweater is a real thing. Like...you can buy it. And not off ebay or from some Estate Sale. A quick search on teh Googles turns up a company named Pendleton who sells the sweater. Originally from 1972, they're still selling it today, but for a pretty steep price: $239.00. Doesn't matter. I've now added it to my Christmas list. Yeah...that's right. I keep a running list of 'wants' that Nat will check out near Christmas or birthday time. But, if I'm honest: Will someone buy this for me? Nope. Not a chance. Still goes on the list. Still goes on the list. And if you have a minute, go check out the reviews at the bottom of the product listing . Lots of people saying how nic
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A few weeks back, there was a pretty awesome Estate Sale at a house in Elmhurst on Cottage Hill (the swankiest street in town, maybe????) and after taking my number and waiting to get in (yes, they had you take a number and limited the number of shoppers in the loaded house), I came out with a few items including this sweater that I just *had* to take a selfie of that morning. I snapped this pic and texted it to Nat with a 'What do you think?' and instead of her usual 'pass' on the garage sale junk I come across, she said 'of course! Buy it!' So...this sweet, kinda tight beauty came home with me and I can't wait to break it out on a college football Saturday this fall when I support Lovie Smith and the boys in orange fight against their Big Ten brethren. Last month, I posted 3 other Estate Sale sweaters , so I'm starting to wonder to myself is *this* becoming a thing now for me?