Tyler said there was no way he was going to get up early and go yard-saleing and Addy had me up at 5:30 anyway, so I figured if she was napping when 7 rolled around, I would try to go to a couple near the house while her and Tyler snoozed. Luckily she decided to pass out a little after 7, so I went to a big 6 family yard sale that had a lot of stuff at fairly high prices. But it was GOOD stuff.
Clothes, mainly. Brand name clothes, most looked like they'd hardly been worn and I scored two things with tags still on! I'm burnt out on trying to hock toys and household wares, so this was just what I needed. I wanted books, too, but they wanted WAY too much on books. I got there really early and saw a girl haul out a huge box of kid's books. I then watched her pull out a pen and price tags and write $2.00 on every tag. These were golden books and paperback kid's books! I couldn't believe she was going to put $2.00 on every single one! There was no way I was going to haggle with these people where the books were concerned, it was getting busy and I just didn't have the energy.
Men's XXL Polo pony shirt. I've just realized the picture makes it looked stained, but it's not, those are just shadows. I might actually have to iron this.
One family had a whole lot of athletic shoes. These looked to be in good shape and they only wanted $2.00 for them. It's basketball season, so I thought someone would want them. They're a size 13 1/2!
Boy's reversible Remington hunting jacket. I thought this was pretty great and it looks brand new! Not many completeds for this, but I put it up as BIN for $29.99.
Total spent at that yard sale: $27.00
I also bought a few things at a charity yard sale for the Crisis Center. Some hot rollers, a first edition of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and a really old crochet pattern book, all for $7.00...which I thought was high, but I figured it's for charity, so whatever.
Sales this week haven't been very exciting. One of my Revere Ware pots I bought a couple of weekends ago sold for $29.99 and a lot of Dora books and tapes sold for $9.99. That's been it for the week! Yuck.