I can’t believe it’s almost over.
Just two weeks before school starts and the summer’s been great.
My older children have helped the younger children and I’ve watched them both grow so much.
We’ve done projects at home, but trying to keep this house clean is a full-time job. We swim every day, make smoothies and clean out the car whenever I get home from thrifting.
Seriously, it seems like every time I need to be somewhere in a hurry, this is the scenario I face.
out to guitar lessons, taking Payson to basketball, etc . . . but wait! I’ve got to clean out the car! Chandler
Cleaning out the car of all my trash and wiping off thrift-store price tags.
What is it with these tags? Why are they so difficult to remove? They must use rocket glue to paste these things on.
I was out garaging and found this little trunk with a detachable pedestal. I picked it up for $3.00 and listed it on craigslist for $25.00. I had at least a dozen calls on it.
I had no idea a little trunk was wanted by so many people.
The price tag still not removed from her bike.
Rocket glue, people!
She loves her two thrift-store bikes.
And I love my two desks of summer.
This first desk I found out garaging.
The garage sale was a benefit Girl Scout sale and at 11:00am, the ladies were already wrapping things up, packing up boxes to donate to the thrift store. Even the best of cause can only stand so much heat. At first glance, there seemed little hope for this desk, but when it was offered to me for $5.00, I knew I had to bring it home. It’s amazing, super sturdy, built solid with dovetailed drawers. Would you’ve taken it for $5.00?
I found this $30 antique desk thrifting and see so much potential?
Both are for resale?
Which desk do you like best?
Which one should I paint first?
What do you think I should sell them for?