Saturday, October 27, 2007

I am so tired tonight! We spent the afternoon at the neighbor's where they auctioned off the contents of her house and the house itself. The two things I came home with were two rolling pins and the tea balls. (I've never seen tea balls this large! They will be great for the teapots and a nice way to remember my neighbor, who is up in years and now lives with her daughter. ) Well, plus a truck bed full of things my husband got quite cheaply for the school's next yard sale. There's something about an stirs you up to, bid,! Hoping you had a good week and rejoicing with you if you are redeemed, in the love of our Saviour and God.


smilnsigh said...

An estate sale, right near by. No way you could pass that up.

I'm pretty sure that the owner wasn't there, if she's living with her daughter now. Something like that, would be very hard on her, I'm sure.


Saija said...

i'm glad you enjoyed the day!

i got to go for another walk today - the weather is still holding, i can't believe it! but i sure am praising God for it!

blessings on your week!


Is is kind of sad when you think of an auction that probably got rid of some things that meant so much to that lady at one time. Live goes on and things change. I hope she is very happy with her daughter.

I hope you have got rested and refreshed after the weekend. Have a very good week. connie

Mrs. Darling said...

Ive only been to two or three auctions in my life but i'll take your word for it! LOL

sparrow's song said...

This postcard looks like it has fabric. Very pretty.

I've never been to an auction but I do love a good flea market.

Something wonderful rises up inside me when I consider how awesome God truly is. There's such an excitement in considering that Truth.

Carla said...

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