I could have filled the truck several times over - bargains galore out there.
However coming home to a clean living room and dining room is keeping me on the straight and narrow - for now!
See there is still space left in the back of the truck.
Though to be totally honest, I filled the front passenger seat.
The first sale had a clever ad in the paper. It started at daylight. If you arrived before sunrise, you were to bring a flashlight and a smile. I waited until light and met a delightful guy and his family.
I bought the rocker and the bamboo cage from him among other things.
The washstand (currently being updated) and the tin-framed portrait were purchased at an estate sale of a dealer friend who is downsizing.
More from the estate sale.
Put all in the booth and some pieces have sold.
Wish I had kept the huge gray metal tray.
Two Simply Shabby Chic Kids quilts and shams.
A distressed framed board - makeover soon.
A lovely old picnic basket with perfect dark patina.
The woven basket you will see transformed on Sunday's Quickies post.
Saw this sweet shoe form in the thrift shop and could not leave it behind.
The pink lace dress on the dress form were estate sale buys. I kept them together for selling in the booth.
The cage on its stand purchased from Mr. Daylight - already in the booth.
The dress form is dark pink so the dress is perfect for it.
A church mission sale netted a big box of vintage books from the 1920's to 1950's.
A green-checked German suitcase with travel labels and a green/brown plaid interior.
Love the leather strap!
This mid-century dresser and the signs below were purchased from Mr. Daylight.
He even packed my truck for me.
Talk about service!
I do not usually express opinions about news events so I will only say this.
It is the wrong way to think just one way.
Prayers sent .
Five Star Frou-Frou #51
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