Saturday’s yard sale was a moderate success as far as yard sales go. We priced a lot of stuff at .25 and .50, so making over a hundred dollars meant a lot of stuff went. Curiously, older and antique items, such as a collection of sugar and creamers didn’t sell. So, with the move this weekend, much of the stuff will be left behind, destined for a consignment shop on Monday.
My realtor gave me a surprise this morning that the buyer wants to close a week early. That means little time beyond the move this weekend to clean out the house and get it ready. That day is the day before the wedding, and M and I already had a full day planned to get the flowers to the reception venue and the church. So, a decision will have to be made.
I cannot believe that in less than a week and a half that M and I will be man and wife. Perhaps it is the strain of moving that is taking up all of our thoughts and deeds. Andy and I will be in the new house only a week before the wedding, and when we get home from our honeymoon, we’ll move the rest of M’s stuff from her apartment.
As I might have mentioned previously, the ninth of October will be the wedding day and the second anniversary of Out Of The Blue. I’m preparing a special post that day, a love story and reflection on the past two years. To paraphrase Paul Harvey, “your’re going to hear, the rest of the story.”
Have a great day wherever you are!