I did a little better at the next garage sale. I got a 3 yard+ piece of fabric that is destined to become aprons and I only payed $2.00 for it. I also got 3 bolts of eyelet lace for $2.00 each. I don't know how much is on each bolt, but it looks like a lot. WAHOO!!
Then we made a few sales that thought very highly of their stuff. I can't understand why people think that someone is going to pay almost new prices for their "junk". There were even a few that we just did a "drive-by" on. The "drive-bys" upset my grandson. He thinks that we ought to stop at every garage sale we go by. He also gets upset if we don't stay long enough at a sale.
Speaking of "drive bys", the sale that I scored the best for myself was almost a "drive by". All I could see were clothes, but it was in a very upscale area, so I said "Why Not" and boy am I glad I decide to stop. One of the ladies was just my size. I got 3 very expensive suits. She said she had purchased them to go job hunting . Two of the suits, the cream one and the pink one were like new. The navy suit still had the tags on it. The navy suit has 4 pieces, the jacket, skirt, shell, and slacks. Now the best part, only $5.00 for each suit. I did my little happy dance when I got back to the car.
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