Thursday, March 01, 2007

Putting the "Salvation" back in Salvation Army

I did a big thrift store outing on Tuesday. Jim was off work and I was able to go ALL BY MYSELF! I hit all my area stores and found nothing and more of nothing. It was so depressing. All the time in the world, money in my pocket and no kids.
My very last stop and I was beginning to think I was going home empty handed for the day. I was getting ready to walk out the door when I saw this vision in blue vinyl...












I paid my ten dollars and went home a very happy woman.

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6 Comments:

Blogger Catherine said...

I love this chair almost as much as I loved the Ghandi movie. :)

I read Ghandi's biography back when I was in, like, fifth grade. Not required reading, mind you. Just me trying to be grown up by reading non-fiction. But even then, I remember thinking, "Wow. Why aren't we learning about this guy in school??"

11:00 PM  
Blogger Gingers Mom said...

That chair IS cool. Isn't it always that way, when you finally get the freedom to shop and you can't really find anything you like...

10:34 PM  
Blogger debbie said...

oh, that is THE HOTNESS, Marc.

love. love with all the slobbery embarrassing goo that I can muster.

so happy for you.

11:56 PM  
Anonymous Mama Nabi said...

That is ABSOLUTELY gorgeous!
Now, if you found one in orange... I'd totally be all over that one as well.

Have you ever heard the Dalai Lama speak? I think he comes closest as far as someone who's Gandhi-like and still living...

3:09 PM  
Anonymous wordgirl said...

Why is it that everything I see at the thrift stores is just crap?

9:19 PM  
Blogger Pendullum said...

That is one cool chair lady...

3:09 PM  

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