Saturday, January 10, 2015

Hello Thrifting, I'm Back!

Guys I feel so much better since I ordered that hearing aid! I was in so much physical pain and mental stress for the last few months that it feels like a break in the clouds finally. Losing the pain is bitter-sweet since I like being pain-free. Unfortunately it also means my brain has successfully shriveled up and discarded parts which supported hearing but what can I do about that? There's no way to restore it so I just have to move forward and assume the worst is over.

I'm planning to sign up for a marketting or business class at the local college on Tuesday and guess what? You know how I've been volunteering at the little thrift store for a while? They want me to continue coming in at the same hours but leave me in charge! Its only 3 hours a week at $10 an hour so it will probably just cover the cost of thrifting but I would still be there doing the exact same stuff anyway :D

Life is good.


Salvation Army:
4 Pink plates - 4.99
6 Saucers - 2.99
6 Cups - 1.99
Sugar bowl - 1.99
Lasagna cutter - Free


The store had a bunch of random new old stock. Check out that outlet price - I need to source directly from here!


I don't know why the saucers were $1 more. They do wack things with pricing guns.


Not my style but cute


I kept debating these because I wasn't sure if this is depression glass. Goofing around on eBay makes me think these are randomly pink plates I overpaid for.


The store had a TON of this junk from Fortunoff. They were $1.99 each and the ladies in front of me bought about $60 of it after opening EVERY box to inspect the contents. The manager saw they left this tarnished one and said it looked ruined. I said they would all eventually tarnish like this anyway. She nodded and said I could have it. This was TOTALLY weird since this lady is the grumpiest, harshest person I've ever dealt with repeatedly.

Anyway I don't keep high maintenance stuff or sell stuff which leads to bad feedback so I will polish it and donate it at the little thrift store.


This stencil is for my first grade niece.


Check out the spanishness of it!

I am linked to Sir Thrift: http://www.sirthriftalot.blogspot.com/

2 comments:

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

Covering the cost of thrifting sounds a good plan to me. Thanks for sharing all your treasures. Love the silver!

Kimberly Hutmacher said...

Nice finds! I keep looking for Villeroy and Bach, but haven't found any yet. I'm so happy to hear that you're feeling better :)