Thursday, January 22, 2015

Guess who works at a thrift store now?

I didn't think I had this much stuff until I gathered it to tally! Surprisingly nothing is for the Bay but a disturbingly large amount for my nieces. I need more nieces to distribute this stuff amongst or to start donating some back. Donating would probably be easier.

While my nieces still love My Little Pony, they tell me they are now "into" the Powerpuff Girls. Well the first grader speaks for both of them.

Speaking of first graders, under the PF Girls are some vintage Goosebumps books for my cousin's son down in Fl. I read these in 4th and 5th grade so I'm impressed they don't scare him into a wet bed!

This set is killing me! Is this a treehouse, a school, a playground? Little People stuff is normally so easy to identify but I can't figure this one out. Plus it turns out vintage Little People aren't that pricey. I may take this back to redonate.

Finding this guy took less than a second, thanks to high speed internet. Good thing he was only a quarter, since eBay doesn't want him.

We already lost pieces to the original Pretty Pretty Princess. Don't judge!

This attaches to the train which I bought the other day. Going to look for this led to the Great Toy Downfall of Today.

I didn't want to say anything until it was official but you guys know how I've been volunteering at the little thrift store? Well as of last week I am now an assistant manager :O Its my same three hours a week so I won't be maxxing any Roths but I have a lot of fun and that's sometimes worth more than money :)

I am telling Sir Thrift all about it:


Sir Thrift-A-Lot said...

Goosebumps books never scared me, but the show always scared the heck out of me. I'd watch it in my moms room at 4:30 after school & lock myself in there until she came home. Was still my favorite show at the time though!