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July 19, 2014


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Pam @ House of Hawthornes

That's horrible. I've never had an "incident" before either. I sort of like the time spent in lines since it's normally a chance to chit chat. But, you did find some amazing Christmas stuff there!!!

laurie magpie ethel

You still did well despite the rumble. I have seen many a battle in estate sale land, but never at a church.
1. The guy that took your number 1 when you stepped aside...c'mon!
2. Dealers that shop early because they say they are "collectors"?
3. The free box had good stuff!

Tami Von Zalez

Glad I didn't encounter any fights at the rummage sale I went to.

Good to know about that "donation" option for early admittance.

Danielle @ Blessed Serendipity

I think we could all write books about our stories from our junking adventures. Oh my... Too bad those two couldn't watch themselves on an episode of Jerry Springer, but then again - they probably wouldn't see anything wrong with their behavior. Love all your vintage Christmas. I haven't ever seen candles like that before. They are wonderful! Love the items you got for free too!


Musings from Kim K.

My oh my! That's quite the backstory. Those Italian-made glass candles are fantastic, but I'm completely smitten with those spunhead snowmen. LOVE THEM!!!


Those spun head snowmen are the best! Definitely worth the drama!


Erica / Golden Egg Vintage

I love the snowmen and the glass candles! Keepers for sure! People can be so yucky when they start to get competitive at sales. It's embarrassing! I'm glad you found some great things to make listening to all the fighting worth it.
Erica :)

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