Having a Successful Yard Sale

Having a Successful Yard Sale

As I mentioned HERE in my post about cute walking shoes, we are on a trip to New England, and just before our trip I planned a yard sale. In doing so, I hoped to kill two birds with one stone: Make some spending money for our trip, and clear some things out of our way.

Yard Sale, Garage Sale, cleaning out, making spending money for travel

PREPARATION:

The weekend before our trip, was the planned yard sale, so the weekend before THAT, we were in full preparation mode! We went down to one of our storage rental houses and brought back two loads of items that we were ready to get rid of.

making extra money, travel cash, making money for traavel

Then I started going through boxes that have been packed for years, which was a lot of hard work! But we ended up letting go of a lot of things that we just didn’t love any more.

Yard Sale, Garage Sale, cleaning out, making spending money for travel

Friday night before the sale on Saturday, I set up all the tables that would hold our goodies.

Yard Sale, Garage Sale, cleaning out, making spending money for travel

ADVERTISING:

We got up early Saturday morning and put up all the signs that I had made. Making them all look alike makes it easier for people to follow to your location. I used 6 poster boards, cut in half, making 12 good size signs to hang on telephone poles in various prominent locations near our house. I also used 1 poster board cut into 1/4’s and used those to hang on NOTICE bulletin boards on the local stores. Advertising is KEY!

Yard Sale, Garage Sale, cleaning out, making spending money for travel

I also had been making posts on Facebook Marketplace, Facebook yardsale pages, and on mine and Mr. Menace’s personal Facebook pages all during the week. On these posts, I shared pictures of some of the items that would be for sale. This always help attract attention.

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All the advertising paid off. We had a steady stream of shoppers all day long. I had set the closing time for 2 pm, but people kept coming while I was packing up and so I continued to sell. That WAS the objective after all….

AFTER THE SALE:

After all that salesman work he did, Mr. Menace needed a nap, so while he rested I went through what was left and made the KEEP or DONATE decision. I made a huge pile to donate and the keep pile was very small.

Thrift Store donation, yard sale

This is the donate pile loaded up and ready to drop off at the thrift store.

 

POST YARD SALE SALES:

While I was packing  up, I listed the four items from my KEEP pile on Facebook marketplace. An inquiry came in immediately on these beautiful antique HAZEL dishes by SCIO. They sold immediately for double what I had been asking for at the yard sale.

Hazel by SCIO

Hazel by SCIO

By the next day I had several inquires on the antique Armoire. It sold to the fourth person, although she asked me to store it for her until her house closing at the end of this month.

Yard Sale, Garage Sale, cleaning out, making spending money for travel

I regretted having to sell this table. It really appeals to me and I’d love to use it, but a round table fits so much better in my skinny room. I was happy to sell it to a girl who thought it was perfect for the farmhouse look in her new home.

Yard Sale, Garage Sale, cleaning out, making spending money for travel

I only have one item left on FB Marketplace and I’ve had a couple of hits on it, but no sale yet. But its a small item and no problem to store.

Obviously, we had some big items to sell, but we ended up making right at $1000. This worked out perfectly. We were able to go on our vacation and eat expensive meals and go on some really cool adventures without dipping into our regular budget!

I can’t wait to share our trip with you, but in the mean time, HAVE A YARD SALE! 🙂

 

 

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The Flume

I haven’t had time to catch up after our New England vacation yet, so I thought I’d share another video. This one I took at The Flume Gorge in Lincoln, New Hampshire.

I highly recommend this hike. It is mostly uphill and not an  easy climb, but well worth the effort.

Have you been to NH?

 

 

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Hungry Hungry Honeybees

Hungry Hungry Honeybees

I have another video for you to watch while I am away. This first one is of the bee hives and their feeding station.

You might have noticed that their feeding station was empty. I am guessing that’s why THIS happened:

I haven’t seen any hummingbirds since I found this. I had no idea they would do this. Did you?

 

 

 

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Woodpecker or Nuthatch?

Woodpecker or Nuthatch?

We are away on our trip to New England so I thought I’d leave you a video to watch. I was outside last weekend and I kept hearing a woodpecker. That is an unmistakable noise when they are at work! Or so I thought. When I finally located him, here is what I saw.

I apologize for the movement, but I had my phone zoomed in and I was walking closer to him to get a better picture. It is hard to hold steady in zoom mode.

After doing some research I am beginning to think this is a nuthatch. He is working upside down a lot and that is a trait of nuthatches. Also I could not find a woodpecker that did not have a black streak by his eye, so that leads me to believe this is a white breasted nuthatch. Nuthatches also have shorter stubbier tails than woodpeckers and this birds tail is quite short.

I will be back next week and will catch up with you all and I look forward to sharing my trip with you.

 

 

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Sentence a Day ~ September 2017

What a fun way to describe my life in just a Sentence a Day:

September 1

Finally Friday!

September 2

Drove to the town where I used to live for a wedding shower of a dear friend who is like another daughter to me. And I visited with my very best friend who I miss ever so much. She was so good to me when I lived there.

September 3

I don’t feel like I got enough done today and that’s not a feeling that I like. Shoulda made a list.

September 4

Having Monday off from work is an awesome treat. I went to Home Depot for one thing, which they didn’t have, so I consoled myself with plants.

September 5

It was hard to get up this morning. I could get used to staying home.

September 6

The grass was cold to my toes when I took my evening tour of the garden tonight.

September 7

It is actually cool enough that I got to wear my new duster/sweater today!

Midlife Fashion, Fashion over 50, Over 50 Style, Over 50 Fashion, Natalie Attired

September 8

Looking forward to a good meal tonight. My lunch was yucky.

September 9

Attended the local Farmers Market and then rode with Mr. Menace to Lowe’s for some wood he needed, when I spied ONE outdoor sectional sofa clearance reduced! It now belongs to me.

Patio furniture, Outdoor furniture, Outdoor sectional, Outdoor Sofa

September 10

Spent most of the day moving light weight things out of the yard to underneath the deck in anticipation of Irma. See…. I need that space for clutter!  *wink wink*

September 11

Most of the schools and government offices are closed today and tomorrow in anticipation of Irma, so its a very quiet day at the office, since our customers are county government offices exclusively.

September 12

My oldest sibling’s birthday is today. I do wish I lived closer and could participate in family gatherings. Happy 61 Ginger. That’s her below, on the right. (me on the left)

September 13

In keeping with tradition my sister, Ginger, had her first children 11 months apart and the eldest’s birthday is today. Her boys are my boys. That’s her youngest above.

September 14

Had dinner with an old high school friend who was in town for a work meeting. Ate at 5 Point Public House, one of my favorite restaurants listed HERE.

September 15

It’s Friday night and we decided to stay home for date night. I got all the deck furniture put back out from the Irma scare, and we had our apeirtifs as we watched the hummingbirds darting around feasting on the rosemary. Then after supper which consisted of leftovers, we stargazed from the hot tub. Splendid date night.

September 16

So after putting all the deck furniture back out last night, I took it all back off today in preparation for staining the deck. I shouldn’t thought that through a little further.

September 17

I did several tiny projects today and then spent HOURS staining the cracks between the deck boards. Not a fun job. But it looks good.

Staining a deck, Deck Design, low deck no rails,

September 18

I don’t know where this day went.

September 19

We’ve had huge unexpected, as least by me, rainstorms all afternoon. I brought my umbrella! But its in the car.

September 20

I saw the idea on Facebook, so I made unconventional Tacos last night. I eat low carb, so I had mine on lettuce leaves instead of tortillas. Mr. Menace had his on hamburger buns and liked it better than taco shells because they hold together better.

September 21

Busy day at work, loads of phone calls and when I got home I did some photo shoots outside before the sun set to use on this post.

ps. I do not recall EVER having no-see-ums anywhere I have lived except in this area of Alabama. They are especially bad in the early mornings and late evenings.

September 22

I had to drain the foundation bottle this morning to get any out of it, so tonight, its a trip to Sophora and then supper at Outback Steakhouse. Two words…. Blackberry Martini.

September 23

We went down to one of our “rental” houses (read: storage house) and loaded up a trailer full of things to sell at our yard sale next Saturday. Oh my aching back!

Yard Sales, Making cash for travel, clearing out stuff

September 24

Thirty-five years ago, I had my most precious gift EVER and her name is Crystal Nicole.

Babies, first born, daughters, Crystal

Went through boxes and boxes and boxes of stuff that I haven’t been through in several years. It will feel so good to get rid of some of this stuff next Saturday.

September 25

Busy, busy day at work today. It went by pretty fast though.

September 26

Unexpected out of town work day today and I was TOTALY successful in my mission. YAY me!

September 27

I don’t know if it was payback for me working out of town yesterday or what, but I was the only person in my department today. And the phone rang. and rang. and rang.

Empty office, working alone, Empty chairs

September 28

It was a blur.

September 29

PAY DAY!!!

September 30

After a 14 hour day, 4 baggy eyes, 2 sore backs, and much negotiations, my last EVER yard sale is over. Totally worth it! but never going there again.

 

 

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Inspired and Motivated

So even though I was able to get my front porch decorated for fall quite easily this year, (click here if you missed it), I am a bit slow getting anything done inside. However, when I saw Kathy’s,  at A Delightsome Life, fall decor I felt inspired and motivated for fall decorating of my own!

Kathy’s style appeals to me. It is subtle and yet eye catching. I love the pillow on the white chair and the side table with the bee.

She has a lot of neutrals and yet enough color that it isn’t boring. Those blue floral pillows behind the distressed basket makes a lovely vignette.

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And the lavender with the white pumpkins is just adorable together in this basket.

So after my virtual tour of Kathy’s fall home, I decided to do some fall decorating of my own. I wanted to try to get by with what I already have and not  spend any extra money right now. We have a trip planned for next week and I want to say ALL my money for some really good eats up in New England!

Fall Decor, Unusual colors for fall, Blue Fall decor

I did buy these gorgeous blue pumpkins from Big Lots. They also had a wreath and a few other things I’d love to have, but I resisted.

Fall Decor, Unusual colors for fall, Blue Fall decor

I replaced all my burgandy hydrangeas with the blue ones that I had found at Dollar General when I bought my front porch flowers. They look really good with my existing green ones. The mercury glass pumpkins are from last year.

Fall Decor, Unusual colors for fall, Blue Fall decor

I used the same wreath as last year, however, I would like to add some blue to it when I find something that will work.

Fall Decor, Unusual colors for fall, Blue Fall decor

Again, I bought these flowers when I purchased the blue flowers for my porch. They look a bit purple in this picture, but in reality they are more blue.

Fall Decor, Unusual colors for fall, Blue Fall decor

These are more of the same flowers as the picture above. I have them scattered all around my living room.

Fall Decor, Unusual colors for fall, Blue Fall decor

Adding a few darker blue hydrangeas to this bucket bouquet of pink and blue help to make it a bit more fall-ish.

Fall Decor, Unusual colors for fall, Blue Fall decor

Fall Decor, Unusual colors for fall, Blue Fall decor

Using what I have, I am pleased with the update in seasons in my living room. Maybe I’ll find some sales and can add a bit more at a later date.

Thanks Kathy for the inspiration!

 

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Saving Memories

Saving Memories

I am sure it is obvious to everyone that Mr. Menace and I both love to hold onto the past by saving memories. We both love antiques, vintage items, and things that remind us of days gone by.

Concord Elementary School, Alabama Schools

Mr. Menace grew up about a block and a half from the Concord Elementary School, here in Alabama. According to their website, Concord Elementary School, this building was built in 1956, but there has been a school in Concord since 1886.

Many thanks to Grandma’s House DIY for featuring this post on her blog HERE!

Preservation, Pediment, Concord School

 

This is the stage, where Mr. Menace, as a fifth grader, won third place in the talent show. He did a comedy routine and I guess that’s where his humorous personality began to shine. The stage is actually behind the wall with the mural. This wall was an addition to form two separate classrooms in more recent years.

Preservation, Pediment, Concord School

Mrs. Sanders classroom. Where Mr. Menace got his first F. He remembers that fact but not what it was for.

Preservation, Pediment, Concord School, salvage bricks

I took these pictures in 2013, just before this building was totally torn down. A new building had been built a couple of miles away and this one slated for demolition. Mr Menace stopped and asked the demo team if he could get a few things. They were non-committal but did indicate that the items were just going to the landfill.

Preservation, Pediment, Concord School, salvage bricks

 

For several weekends during the demolition period when the crew was away, many of the area residents, stopped by and gathered bricks from the torn down walls. I have another project in mind for the pile that we collected, which of course will be a future post.Preservation, Pediment, Concord School

One morning on the way to work, we noticed that the whole rest of the building was down. Mr. Menace had to turn back to look, and what he found under the pile of debris was this treasure, the piece that we really wanted.

Preservation, Pediment, Concord School

Preservation, Pediment, Concord School

 

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These Shoes are Made for Walking

These Shoes are Made for Walking

Mr. Menace and I are joining his sister and our brother-in-law on a trip to New England in just a couple of weeks, so I wanted to get a couple of pairs of shoes that would be easy on my feet as a tourist. Normally, you will see me in heels. I like the way they look. I like the way they make me feel. However, I am practical and when I am doing a lot of sightseeing as I expect to do, I want to have shoes made for walking!

 

I bought these silver Ecco walking shoes last year before we went on our cruise to Mexico. I wanted something cute but good for excursions. They are great. I wear them any time that I expect to be walking very much and I highly recommend this brand.

Walking Shoes, Comfort Shoes, Cute Sneakers

These are NOT affiliate links. Just adding them to make it easy for you to find the product.

This European brand does not come in 1/2 sizes, so order down, as they run big. I wear a 7 1/2 and ordered up thinking I’d need to but had to return them for a 7.

Walking Shoes, Shoes for travel, Comfortable shoes

 

 

Cute sneakers have been on my wish list all summer, so our upcoming trip was a good excuse to find some comfortable and cute ones. These Puma in white leather with yellow trim are CUTE and very comfy. Walking Shoes, Comfort Shoes, Cute Sneakers

Click on the small picture to see a bigger picture.

Walking Shoes, Comfort Shoes, Cute Sneakers

The little kiltie on this shoe is SO cute!

Walking Shoes, Comfort Shoes, Cute Sneakers

There is just a touch of sparkle/glitter on the yellow portions which I love!

Walking Shoes, Comfort Shoes, Cute Sneakers

 

 

My athletic shoes were totally worn out anyway, so I ordered some of those too. I ended up with these black Women’s Flex Running Sneakers from Finish Line .

Walking Shoes, Comfort Shoes, Cute Sneakers

They are extremely light weight and very comfortable and the pink swoosh is cute!

Walking Shoes, Comfort Shoes, Cute Sneakers

Walking Shoes, Comfort Shoes, Cute Sneakers

 

I also ordered these black floral Sketchers.

Walking Shoes, Comfortable Sneakers

The insole is memory foam and is very comfortable, but they are a bit high on my ankle bone and rub it a bit. Hopefully, they will be ok when I wear them a few more times.

Walking Shoes, Comfort Shoes, Cute Sneakers

The embroidery is spectacular!

Walking Shoes, Comfort Shoes, Cute Sneakers

 

Now for the ones that didn’t make the cut:

I love the idea of a slip on. So quick and easy! And these are so light weight, its like wearing nothing at all.

walking shoes, comfort shoes, cute sneakers

I ordered the size 8 and they were just enough too big, that I was afraid they would slip on and off my heel too much. I could have returned them for a different size, but I really didn’t like the way they looked on my foot. They do come in some awesome colors though.

 

These sky blue leather Nikes are gorgeous. In fact I love anything that is what I like to refer to as Carolina Blue.

Walking Shoes, Comfort Shoes, Cute Sneakers

They were the prettiest of all the shoes I ordered and I wanted to love them, but I just couldn’t. The exterior was extremely stiff and hard. Nothing about them was comfortable.

 

I will be wearing my new shoes all over New Hampshire, Maine and maybe Massachusetts also during that week and I can’t wait to tell you all about where me and my shoes have been when we get back.

 

 

 

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Grandmother Bloggers Linkup AND The Ongoing Project Goes On and On…

Grandmother Bloggers ~ Grow Your Facebook

Followers Link Party 3

AND

The Ongoing Project Goes On…

 

The ongoing project goes on, as we unexpectedly made progress on it this weekend.

But first, we are having a LINK UP for Grandmother Bloggers!

LINK UP:

Welcome to the Party!
For Grandmother Bloggers to Connect on Facebook

Starts Monday, September 18, 2017 at 12:05 am central time (US)
Ends Friday, September 22 at 11:55 pm

Grandmother Bloggers - Grow Your Facebook Followers Link Party

This party is hosted by:

Dee from Grammy’s Grid

Clearissa from Clearissa Coward’s Command Center

Teresa from Aging Like a Fine Wine

Nikki from Gwin Gal Adventures

RULES ARE SIMPLE:

Grandmother Bloggers Only, please
add your Facebook page link, personal profile, or both

• Link up, follow, and like the other grandmother bloggers

• Come back after the party ends and like those who joined after you

• Thank you for linking up, sharing the party, and inviting other grandmothers

Ok, let’s party!
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Please don’t link up if you are not a blogging grandmother. Thank you!


Please don’t link up if you are not a grandmother blogger. Thank you!

 

 

ONGOING PROJECT…

We had a new deck built early this year which you can read about HERE. It was intended to make our new hot tub more convenient to use and more aesthetically pleasing.

Since then, I have had the ongoing project of decorating the new deck on a budget.

Gardening, Home Decor, Outdoor landscaping

It has been a FUN process, but it is a process that is taking a while. I want the most bang for my buck, so I have been searching the internet for clearance sales on patio furniture for six months now. I found beautiful sets, but I just can’t afford to pay in the thousands of dollars for outdoor furniture and it looked like that’s what it was going to take to get what I wanted in a pretty color. WHY are the pretty colors more expensive???

patio furniture, patio decor, deck decor, deck furniture

Saturday, after our trip to the local Farmer’s Market, Mr. Menace needed to go to Lowe’s to get some wood for a project that will be shared at a later date. I fully intended to spend that time wandering around the garden center, just drinking up the fall ideas.

patio furniture, patio decor, deck decor, deck furniture

Before going out to the garden center though, I decided to look through their seasonal items. They had some really cute Halloween stuff on display, but I was more interested in the summer clearance.

patio furniture, patio decor, deck decor, deck furniture

We would have to come back with a trailer to get it, but there was ONE outdoor sofa sitting there reduced $200, dropping it down to a very reasonable price. It was beige, of course. Mr. Menace marked it SOLD and we headed to the checkout.

patio furniture, patio decor, deck decor, deck furniture

When we got home, we hooked up the trailer and went straight back to pick it up.

patio furniture, patio decor, deck decor, deck furniture

Hard to believe all that stuff was packed into that one box and I am very glad that I don’t have to try to fit it back in.

patio furniture, patio decor, deck decor, deck furniture

patio furniture, patio decor, deck decor, deck furniture

Putting together the first one was a little time consuming, but once I figured it out, they went together quickly.

patio furniture, patio decor, deck decor, deck furniture

It is very beige.

patio furniture, patio decor, deck decor, deck furniture

But it looks fantastic with the beige TASSELED umbrella.

patio furniture, patio decor, deck decor, deck furniture

I moved the obelisk down to the end of the deck from where I had placed it in my last update post.

patio furniture, patio decor, deck decor, deck furniture

I see it’s time to replace a couple of the solar lights in my solar chandelier.

Deck Decor, Patio furniture, Outdoor furniture, Outdoor Sectional

Once the deck gets stained, an upcoming project, I can see some spa blue blankets and tasseled pillows, and a pretty blue rug. It will come together. I can see it in my head.

DECK DIVISIONS:

The new deck has evolved into three separate sections.

Deck Decor, Patio furniture, Outdoor furniture, Outdoor SectionalThe sectional sofa makes a great lounging, reading, relaxing area.

Deck Decor, Patio furniture, Outdoor furniture, Outdoor lounging

A “sun worshiping” and reading area.

Deck Decor, Patio furniture, Outdoor furniture, Outdoor Dining

And the cooking and dining area.

Deck Decor, Patio furniture, Outdoor furniture, Outdoor Sectional

Now on to the next step!

 

 

 

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