Saturday, June 7, 2014
St. Mary’s Flea Market
Ross and I were once in the
We didn’t limit our buying to those things specifically. But they were our favorites.
We slowly but surely turned into auction and estate sale addicts.
In order to pass along the “treasures" we acquired, we rented space in various antique malls. When our garage and office overflowed and there wasn’t enough space in our rented space to put more stuff, we would load up our SUV and head over to the large flea market in the area.
Ross at the Columbus Flea Market 2010
|Over 90 banana boxes filled|
|No room for our cars|
| Taking it Away|
The rest of the items start to accumulate once again.
This weekend one of the local churches was sponsoring a flea market. On Saturday, Ross and I packed up our little hatchback with my boxes of jewelry and participated in the sale.
|Ross doing his best to convince her she needed it.|
I have to say, it’s not hard to attract women to shiny sparkly things. We sold $650 worth of baubles, bangles, beads and trinkets.
We didn’t sell it all, though. Time to call the auctioneer again.