Monthly Archives: September 2013

Whatever will I talk about now?

SO. The Farm Fresh Vintage Market came and went on Friday and Saturday and I AM STILL ALIVE. But just barely. Here it is Sunday and I still feel like a wet noodle. My mom is staying with us to help out this week and she kindly let me sleep in this morning, which was […]

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Holy Flea Market, Batman.

Forgive me if I slur my words tonight. I spent the last twelve hours packing up a 14-foot uhaul truck and unloading it at my official Farm Fresh Vintage Market space! Remember how I kept saying that I didn’t have enough stuff to fill my space? Was I HIGH? I have a 10X10 space! This […]

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Cautionary Tale: in which I buy a Salvation Army pallet so you don’t have to.

Just put a big ol’ SUCKER sticker across my forehead. When I went back to the Springdale Salvation Army and they had not only one but TWO mystery pallets for sale, I knew I was going to be hauling a bunch of junk home. I just couldn’t resist. Here was my thought process, in a […]

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Saturday Finds.

Oh, the weather this morning. Blissful. Gorgeous. A breezy 56 degrees when I walked out the door at 7 am and a still-very-mild 85 degrees when I pulled in my driveway at 3:30 pm. I could have shopped until midnight. I was telling my friend Barb today about yard saling in Chicago, pre-kids: I could […]

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Saturday Finds.

Y’all. It’s so hot. I am not used to this sudden heat wave in September. Sure, in Chicago it would still be pretty warm, and going back to work in an giant old school without air conditioning was never fun, but this is taking it to a whole new level. On Saturday, I nervously watched […]

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