3 days of an entire city hosting garage sales.
What more do you need?! Jerod and I have been waiting to furnish our house with finds from this weekend since we bought the house 2 months ago. Since Jerod had the bring in the moolah(aka go to work) I needed a partner.
A hilarious, dedicated, someone who will put on their garage sale-ing game face partner.
Enter Megan D.
The tone was set for the day at 7:29 am with the following text-
Tip #1- Be prepared. Wear comfortable shoes, buy a map for $5 and make sure you have enough time to kick start the day with your favorite coffee.
"Its the perfect gift for Mother's Day!" She said."Yeah, if I hate my mom" I thought.
Tip #3- Take turns buying Coke brand items. Megan and I have a lot in common in our friendship, one of them is we both have an undying love for all things Coke a Cola.
Tip #8- Buy lemonade from cute little stands. Especially ones run by Chase, Easton and their cousins.
Four hours and 25 garage sales later, we had quite the haul.
- 4 lamps
- wooden chair
- rocking chair
- rocking love seat
- Coke glass
- 3 wall sconces
- wooden crate
- rice cooker
- end table
- cow teapot with a bell
- tie rack
- Cars theme shaving set (for a nephew, not Jerod)
- 2 camera lenses filters
- camera book
- 2 plants
- Coke bottle
- wooden shutter
- Coke sign
- 2 limited edition souvenir indian headresses that say "I just ate at The Cherokee Sirloin Room"
Well, I'm off to the promise land of Interlachen and Wedgewood this morning in search of the perfect couch.