I like to get an early start, because it is getting
I had seen the signs for a Church Rummage Sale, but no time was listed. Headed on over about 7:00 am after hitting a few sales on the way. Desert Springs Church had half of one of their parking lots full of stuff. Great items, great prices and...they even had cold soda, water and bake goodies for sale. I will admit that I purchased the Reluctant Teenager and I the most amazing Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate Chip Cookies that I have ever tasted. Wish I would have taken a picture of them, but we gobbled them up. Decadent I tell you.
Just a quick shot from the parking lot. 7:00 am and there were several people already in line to pay for their goodies.
Furniture, appliances, toys, clothing, house hold items, decor, you name it, it was there.
Tools, fish bowls, dog kennels...oh my!
Here is what I did get from the sale.
Six dollars for all three of them. Can you believe it? How Pottery Barn are these? They are wooden thread or yarn spindles. I have two more of these at home and was over joyed to find these hanging out waiting for me. Then I spied this next to them. Uh...Yes!
Wooden shoe form for $3.00. Yes, I snatched it up too!
As I am paying for my lovely haul, the cashier asked me the same question, then she asked if I saw the scale? Scale???? What Scale???
She looked around and found it on the ground behind the cashier station. She asked and no one knew if anyone was purchasing it, so she offered it to me.
Headed out to another sale where I found this beauty. I didn't even try to offer another amount when I found out how much the seller was asking.
I hope you enjoyed the tour of my birthday yard sale antics. I had a great time getting out and finding a few treasures for my home. Head on over to Tales from Bloggeritaville for Thrifty Thursday and showing up late to Coastal Charms Thrifty Tuesdays. Leigh shows you some more Pottery Barn reproductions of vintage soda crates.
PS:: Thanks for all of you who wished me a Happy Birthday!