I've been feeling a little lost in blogging lately.
I'm trying to up my game and suddenly my normal everyday posts seem lame. Not exciting enough. Not good enough.
But you know what? I like to buy crap at thrift stores and yard sales and church sales, so I am going to go ahead and show you what I bought last weekend even though it is not going to knock your socks off, darn it!
Well, you saw my Amelia Earhart book that I found for a quarter at a local church sale.
At the same sale, I found this 1 quart Pyrex bowl for another quarter. It did not have a lid to it, but it's about the first piece of Pyrex I have found lately that is not yucky from having been thrown in a dishwasher. It is actually in great shape.
BTW, I know very little about Pyrex, but I do know that it does not do well in the dishwasher.
Do any of you Pyrex loving people know what pattern this is?
A 1983 Empire Plastics snowman blowmold for a quarter.
25 cents seemed to be the theme of the day at the church sale.
Susie: Hey, Margaret, how much should I price this at?
Margaret: Well, we have a lot of 25 cent stickers left, so how about 25 cents!
I sat him on this chair so you could get an idea of his height. Which is small.
And a enamelware basin bought for a buck.
So even though it was not the church sale of the century, I still found a few things and walked out of there for under $2.00.
Thank you Avery Labels for your pre-printed price stickers.