Yearly Archives: 2015

Fall 2015 Junk Ranch

I had all of Sunday and most of today to recover from our Junk Ranch weekend but I’m still just EXHAUSTED. It’s at times like this that I really feel all of my 46 years. As I was unloading the car yesterday, though, I was having all of these flashes of inspiration for my booths […]

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Boothy News.

I’m finally starting to get back on track with stocking the booth and was relieved to get my check this month — it’s the first really good check I’ve had in a while, which is nobody’s fault but my own. Stocking a flea market booth is a lot harder than people realize (a lot harder […]

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My Kind of Town.

We moved from Chicago to Arkansas two-and-a-half years ago, and, until last weekend, I had not been back. That’s not how it was supposed to be. In December of 2012, I promised my current crop of seniors that I would be back to see them graduate in June; but, unfortunately, by May of that year […]

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Painting My World.

I triumphantly write to you at the end of what was the first plentiful yard sale plunder of the season for me! It probably has a lot to do with the fact that I actually got up and out of the house before 7 this morning, for the first time this summer. I didn’t get […]

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Link Love.

I remain frustrated at how easily painted furniture chips and scratches, no matter what top coating I put on it. If I put something in my booth to sell, I want it to be of the highest quality possible. I’m intrigued by this Benjamin Moore paint — Cabinet Coat. If it’s tough enough for cabinets, […]

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