Category Archives: thrifting

Got Up To Some Christmas Elving on Sunday

Like many people, I’ve got a pretty serious Pinterest habit (Follow me if you want!) and thanks to Pinterest I was inspired to make the above wreath for the house this year.  It was fairly simple: 1. Fire up the … Continue reading

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WTF Tuesday — Really?

Maybe he needs his True Blue Friend instead ofa nice Chianti. Seen at the Brookfield, CT Goodwill.  In what room is this appropriate? Was this meant to be kitchen decor? Because if so…Ewwww. Naturally, I am linking with Sir Thrift A … Continue reading

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WTF? Down Undah

I would love to know how a brass souvenir clock in the shape of Australia found its way to the Goodwill in Danbury, CT. the “W” in WTF stands for “WHY” in this case. Am I sick that I kind of wanted … Continue reading

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Fallow Week

I went to a few sales this past weekend but didn’t get much – there just wasn’t anything I was burning to bring home. I picked up some forks (forks always seem to disappear in my house!) and a Pyrex … Continue reading

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Thrift Share – What A Weekend!

This weekend was a rare treat, I ended up out on the road both days! Saturday I went with my dear friend Eric, we have very similar tastes in things, except when it comes to lamps.  I know I am … Continue reading

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Just A Quick Note

I had an AMAZING weekend full of great scores between Goodwill, tag sales, estate sales, a flea market and Craigslist.  My camera is acting up, so I won’t have photos until later.  However, some of the things I found are:– … Continue reading

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