Between the humidity stalling a few painting projects, and simultaneously making me a miserable goon of an un-airconditioned girl, I don’t have a new crafty project to show you today. Next week though, watch out because I’m going to knock your virtual socks off.
But for now, guess what I’ve been working on:
Garage sale awesomeness, that’s what. This, and the appropriate title of this post leads me to say Yard Sale Tycoons sounds like a game I should have been playing on my HP Desktop PC in 1998; surely I would have kicked it’s thrifty ass just like Zoo Tycoon and Cruise Ship Tycoon. And yessir, those were real games (that we owned, and rocked out on).
When Pete moved in last March, we did some serious evaluating and organizing of our beloved (and duplicate) belongings; some immediately went to Salvation Army, some went to his parents, and some went to the attic. Attic goods = Yard sale goods (which yields > future vacation + outlet mall goods). Got a little mathmatical on you there now, didn’t I?
I’ve never hosted my own sale (because I haven’t had enough stuff that I needed to rid myself of) but this seemed like the weekend to do it. Meaning, I didn’t have anything else to do and sitting around staying hydrated on my porch in the shade sounded like a fair plan.
Signs are up. Tables are loaded. Coolers are filled. And people are already stopping in. I’ll fill you in more on Monday.