Twigs from a Garage Sale
244 // June 28, 2008
I’m surprised at how much having a dog has opened my eyes to look around our great neighborhood.
Along with all the cute, old houses to adore this morning, I met a few people who were putting on garage sales on a couple of our blocks.
Well at 6:30 in the morning I was incredibly early for the start time of 9am, but that doesn’t mean that a girl can’t look!
Actually, after I took Mr. Cub back home, I drove back to a house that I found the sweetest homemade shelving unit at 7:15 and handed the requested $5 bill over to the lady. She was really excited to hear of my plans of how I’d use it and was glad it was going to a good home.
It used to hold CDs, but right away I knew it would be a perfect match for all my new vintage cameras 🙂
I’ve been literally trying to find something to put in that small (less than one foot deep so I can still open the door) space between my closet and the window, and have re-arranged my office many times over. Nothing felt right until now.
This is the perfect find, if I do say so myself, and I know my mother-in-law would be proud!
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