Happy Friday to my favorite people!!
I cant believe that it has been 2 weeks since the Hoard Sale. I feel like I am still trying to recover!
Every year I go through the same cycle. Look at all of the stuff. Feel good about the amount of stuff I have. See how many people sign up for the info (588 this year!) Freak out because I don’t have that much stuff. Eat a cookie about it. Decided that it just has to be good enough. Unload the stuff. Think that my garage must have Mary Poppins like qualities, because there is NO WAY all of that stuff could fit in such a small space. Enjoy the heck out of the actual sale, like its in my top 5 most awesome things. Die. (Repeat every year)
I am so glad that Brooke loves furniture as much as I do. There is not a better friend to team up with for an event like this.
Huge thank you to everyone that came out and joined us (except the guy that stole our signs because we wouldn’t let him in early). Meeting people that love this kind of stuff the way we do is the best feeling in the entire world. AND it shows Court that I am not the only crazy person that loves old furniture. I couldn’t believe how far some of you had come. Blogging is a little solitary so it is amazing to be able to put a face (and a hug!) to some of you.
We had Waffle Love join us all the way from Provo (4 hours away!) and it.was.life.changing. Have you guys tried a WaffLuv waffle? It is the stuff dreams are made out of. I am seriously excited/nervous that they are opening a truck in St. George. My girls are already asking about it.
The Dance Off was EPIC, and totally got everyone excited to party (at 8:00 in the morning!)
People who don’t take themselves too seriously are my favorite kind. And old people. I love old people.
There were a few pretty awesome things left so I have a really fun makeover series planned. Think Jenny Jones…
If you are planning a yard sale, totally check out these tips to maximize the success (and see the very first Hoard Sale, in all it’s tiny glory!)
Cant wait to see you all next year!!