I know we always slow down on posts at this time of year, but it’s been getting ridiculous. Nearly two months without a post! Though it hasn’t been quite that long without a sale. I have hit two separate estate sales, hoping to find either good stuff or interestingly bad stuff, but they were both a bust: decent but unexciting items, nothing breathtakingly awful, no frightening or hilarious encounters with other shoppers to report. Though possibly if Vintage Picker Ryan Gosling had gotten there early to snag the #1 spot, they might’ve been better.
But really, I think hibernating from sales is a good plan around this time of year. So let’s just revisit a few holiday-riffic gems from older days! Starting with this gem from our most Christmassy post ever, guest star Leslie’s romp through the 1978 Swiss Colony Christmas catalog.
There was the time Meghan leaped into a gingerbread man yard sale sign to provide some comedy gold …
… and the early ’40s Boeing magazine with an interesting take on the Christmas spirit.
And naturally, we’ve seen (and occasionally purchased) mounds and mounds of Christmas crap at sales throughout the years.
So may the spirit of peace be with you this holiday season.
And here’s to some amazing yard sale scores (and stories) in 2012!