Who knew that Jewel had a song about Goodwill stores. Perfect for this post.
I did go to Goodwill, although I admit that I find their prices to be a little high for clothes, but still it's cheaper than new (and often just as good). It was a good time, but I admit, I wasn't as into it as I'd anticipated. I kind of crunched it in between going to see Serenity and running some errands before an evening event I had to get to. So I wasn't as fully present to my thrift store blow-out as I would have liked to be.
Before I show you the results of the shopping trip, here's the picture of that landscape I bought last week at the church bazaar (most of the photos are pretty blurry...sorry about that):
I also got a print today...not quite in the same style, but I have a lot of empty wall space in my house:
And now on to the clothes...first the sweater (this was my favorite buy):
Then there is the fleece...this seems like a nice work-casual thing for autumn and winter:
Then the multi-colored linen shirt...I'm not sure what I will be wearing this with, but it should be another good work piece:
I also got another frame for one of my paintings (and it was brand new - not even out of it's original box). All that shopping for under $25! Even at Goodwill.
One blogger is on holiday this week visiting another blogger, and I am very jealous. But another blogger has left hints that today may be the ending of his blog-break, which was hopefully productive and lyrical.