But I walked in and saw this:
Did I need that...NO! Was it the cutest little rocking chair I have ever seen....well, yes, yes it was. I asked her how much and she said $5 flat and I said sold.....do you see the sold sign on it? Yep, that is because I bought an antique children's rocker in great shape for $5. Now what the heck am I gonna do with it you ask? Mark asked too.....Well, I think I may just keep it for the time when I have grandchildren. Devin even thought it was the cutest children's chair he had seen. I REALLY like it. Am I defending this purchase for all I am worth right now, well, yes, yes I am. Why? Well look at it again.....if my behind could fit, I would be rocking for all I am worth right now. See, look from this angle.....now you can see the cute little feet. Uhhem.......
I also found my fat separator and some cute little loaf pans. I may be using the loaf pans for the children's kitchen I want to build from the last post.
Not sure why the picture insists on being sideways, but you can turn your neck, lol. All of these were $1 total.
Next the books. Did I find my favorite? Well yes I did.....
Last but not least, my oldest daughter lives in a small apartment and has never had room for a tree. This one will fit though and she is excited to get it!
I like real trees, but this one will work for her and not cost her money each year. She works full time, lives on her own and goes to college. It is a brand new, never been opened 31/2 foot tree. It cost me a whole $1. Have I told you how much I love thrifing? Total cost for it all..$7.40. I LOVE thrifting!
I also managed to stop at Joann's and using my 50% Michaels coupon (yep, they take Michaels coupons for craft type items) I got a nice pair of Fiskars pinking shears and 5 sheets of scrap booking paper, used a 25% off from Michaels for that and it was on sale 5 sheets for $.95. Grand total? Well, you can see.
So I went over by a dollar or so.....have you got a point? Hahhhaaa