Really, I'd love to put an ad on Craig's List or in the local paper, but I've heard too many horror stories about people who come to your door and I've probably watched too many cop shows! I doubt they would buy anything when confronted with a gun as I opened the door.
I did sell this chair last night to the Castle Lawyer however. This is the too-large recliner I bought for the rig. I made her a deal she couldn't refuse ... so that's ONE down!!
Can you believe it? There was no fighting, no arguing and no cheating (that I know of)! This small troop of Boy Scouts left with more stuff than they could carry, including 14 canned hams. You should have seen the smiles on their faces!! There were eight totally excited kids who vowed to gather even more next year!! Now THAT was a unique experience in the Kingdom!!
I got the laugh of the year this morning when I read the comments on yesterday's blog. Apparently I need a Russian husband who I can ply with lots of vodka so he doesn't mind my cooking, and who can help me around the house. A 90-day fiancé ... THAT's what I need!! At the end of 90 days, I'll just ship him home!!!
Today I have to brave the supermarket lines ... I'm going really early ... to pick up a few last minute items for my turkey dinner. Another storm is expected over Thanksgiving, which is just fine with me! I'll get even more puppy snuggle time while I brush up on my Russian language skills.