Well, I started to work on the Freaky Friday post I had planned, but it just felt WRONG writing about sex on Saturday.
Not to mention today we had a
It was really my daughter's garage sale since she did most of the work. Yes, I provided a lot of the "merchandise" and the garage but she's the one who sorted through it, found the good stuff, arranged it all in the garage, priced it, and for the most part, sold the stuff. I would like to publicly thank my husband for climbing around in the boiling-hot, insulation-itchy attic, lifting the heavy stuff, posting the signs and taking the leftovers to Goodwill afterwards.
Now my daughter can pay her cell phone bill before it gets turned off. And I must admit, it was kinda fun playing store. You may ask what I did in this family endeavor...I made the signs...on my computer...at work. What? I also kept my daughter company all day. I mean, I didn't want to sweat too much...I wasn't getting any of the money! I found if I sat very still right in front of the fan, I could stay relatively cool.
SIDEBAR: Have you ever noticed how most of the vehicles (mostly trucks and SUVs) of the garage sale attendees are REALLY NICE? I don't shop garage sales (mainly because I don't like to sweat) but I have to wonder, if I did, would I get to drive a nicer vehicle, too? There was this one expensive looking truck that had these wheels that continued to spin around while the truck was standing still. My son explained to me that they are called spinners. See, you can even learn something at a garage sale. Who knew?
Nothing else of note happened really except I am glad that's OVER. We made 146 dollars and 75 cents the hard way...one dusty, outdated 25 cent knick-knack at a time.