It's amazing how easy it is to find stuff to put into a yard sale. It can be anything!
This was a family affair.
My aunt's stuff.
My grandparent's stuff.
My cousin's stuff.
We had the stuff.
I had some baby things to get rid of. Clothes. Three strollers. A few toys. Books.
I'm certain that I could've found more if only I had spent a little more time looking for the things we are finished with.
I've been involved with three yard sales in my life and the day to have a sale around here is Friday. We had so many more folks stop by on Friday than we did on Saturday.
We cracked jokes about some of the things we had in the sale. We'd finish laughing about something, and by golly, someone would buy just the thing we were cracking up about.
An old, glass apple cider jug.
Two sets of old, half used thumb tacks.
But the icing on the cake had to do with something we never intended to happen.
Under my cousin's carport sat a broken down refrigerator. It didn't work. It was taped shut and full of spoiled food. Someone came up and asked about it. We told them that it didn't work and that it was in terrible shape inside...but they still wanted it. They loaded it up and hauled it off...much to my cousin's relief.
Our total for the weekend was a combined $1026 and some change.
I made $333.
It felt great to get rid of some stuff...and the money is a blessing!!