The boys have started their baseball games and of course they are EVERY Saturday!!! Which can really mess up yardsaling. This weekends game was at 11:30, but we had to be at the bowling alley at 9am to get their awards since bowling season is over. SO, I woke the kids up at 7am and we were out the door at 7:45am. I wanted to hit a few yardsales along the way. We stopped at about 3 on the way and then stopped at the church thrift store on the way to the ballfield. Luckily they love going to yardsales, so its not a big chore to get them up and going. Plus, they got alot of goodies too...youngest son got a gameboy advance for $5 (didnt need one but it was such a bargain, now we have spares), and of course they always clean up on DVD's!! I came home with quite a bit of stuff, but here is the best stuff:
I am not sure of the age of these dolls, but they look old. The little one on the right is marked "TOMY", and you wind her up and she crawls. The one on the left has arms and legs that move up and down and her eyes open and close. They need a little cleaning though.
The little alarm clock on the left is also marked "TOMY" and when you wind him up he rolls sideways, the bell rings and his minute and hour hands roll around. The furry bear I think has glass eyes and has a sticker on him that says "West Germany". I got the dolls and these 2 items from a lady who "had no idea where they came from", she just found them in her stuff when she was cleaning. I am not even sure what I am going to do with any of it, but she left me have all if it for $1.
And more cookbooks for .25. I really dont need anymore of these, but I just cant resist them, especially when they have all the old clippings and handwritten recipes in them. Plus, maybe that Junior Cookbook will get the kids cooking and I can sit and relax while they mess up the kitchen beyond repair...on second thought, I will cook!!
And last I wanted to show these towels I got from Angie of Norththreads. I purchased the two little pot holders a while back and loved them so much that I asked her if she cold make me a set of tea towels to match. I think they turned out PERFECT, and I love the rickrack trim. They look great in my kitchen. She has an etsy account under Norththreads and is also on Flickr....go check out her goodies.
Gonna be a rainy day, so I am heading to BJ's to get my weekly case of waffles, 2 pound jug of syrup, 3 gallons of milk...etc.....cant wait to see the bill..LOL..