Went yard sale-ing last Saturday and while in Worthington I was attracted to Denise's back door. She owns Worthington Antiques on the triangle (we're not big enough for a square). And the front of her business is always well done, but I thought her back door was equally well put together and wanted to share these two pictures with you.
While in town I went to the church thrift shop. They were having an "$8 a grocery bag" sale so I cleaned them out of men's neckties. I intend to weave a wall hanging with ties and this is a start on my tie collection for that project. Here's the 48 ties I got there. Also found some other things I can weave with, and a blouse for myself, and all for $8. Felt pret-ty good when I left that store! Went to a couple yard sales in Worthington and found a wonderful old sled for $10 to use for decoration outside the front door at Christmas time. All I'll need is a bow and maybe some mittens! Must say though, that after that my yard sale-ing in Bloomfield and Linton was a bust. Went to several but just a bunch of junk.
|My 48 thrift store ties ... just the beginning!|
|Here's my first attempt at drying tomatoes. Came out pretty good. Am storing them in the freezer and am anxious to begin using them in pizza and other appropriate dishes. Got this dehydrator at a yard sale (of course) for $2.|
Say a prayer for me; next Wednesday I go to the dentist for major work on that dumb tooth I've been bellyaching about (sorry). Hopefully he will "do good". Each day is precious ...