Wednesday, July 18, 2012

My Stuff and It's Stuff...

 Yes, my stuff has stuff... Why is it we realize we have too much stuff. All the things that we just had to have, eventually gets in the way and we decide that we don't want it any more.
 It is time for a giant garage sale.
 You may think that this is alot but believe me...I have more.
 I have lots more. Something for everyone.
 Lots of kids books, adult books, informational magazines household, and toys.
 August 4th is the date I choose. Tables and popup tents full of my stuffs stuff.


Linda Carole Bloom said...

Yep, you DO have stuff. Some of it looks like pretty good stuff. And . . . with all the $$$ you make from the sale, you can go out and buy (you know what) Linda

Lady Caer Morganna said...

LOL!! I know what you mean! Somehow, the things we just had to have at one time no longer fits in our life, or our home, anymore!

I am in the process of doing the same thing at our house. BTW, the date you chose is my mother's birthday! ;)



New End Studio said...

Hope you sell everything you want to! I spy a cute plaid suitcase.

My pile is getting larger, when the weather is not so hot, there is a yard sale in my future, too. Good Luck!

Magic Love Crow said...

Linda, I wish I could be there! I love that bird vase! And I see a troll in your box? I will take them ;o) LOL! I guess I shouldn't tell you, tomorrow there is a giveaway on my blog for the Oz Party. Maybe, you don't want anymore stuff? LOL! Have fun with the sale!!! Oh, the pink suit case looks cute too!

AntiquityTravelers said...

oh boy, you're reminding me I need to do one of those garage sale things! my stuff has stuff too. too much actually. hmmmmm.

artistamyjo said...

Oh gosh! Wish I could be there,looks like some good stuff to me!

A Magical Whimsy said...

Hello, Linda
I have about 30 years of accumulated stuff! And about 30 boxes worth of craft supplies, no joke...a lot of it is sewing supplies, fabric, vintage lace, and also I have tons of yarn which I do make about fifteen hats and scarves every winter for my sister and her family who live in New England. Oh, and many craft books too! But for now, I am holding on to my craft supplies.
Thank you for your very caring comment about the events that happened in Colorado. I am still trying to assimilate all of it.
Colorado has had its share of tragedies.
hugs to you,