Now that I have a job again with a regular income I can do things that I haven't been able to do for awhile, like thrifting. Luckily for me my workplace is a short walk from two thrift stores. I checked out the first one, Restyle for Ryther, last Friday and bought this belt and the two books. Then I went over to the Ballard Buffalo Exchange and found this great dress and these perfect Fall flats. My red flats finally died all of the way so I needed some new ones anyway. I managed to get all of these great items for just $30 total! And I'm not sure if I told you about this chair yet. I wanted to get a comfortable chair to put in front of my computer because my swivel desk chair bothered my scoliosis. I had a budget of $50 to spend and wasn't sure if I would be able to find anything for that. I saw this gorgeous floral wingback chair at Value Village and instantly fell in love. I checked the price, sure it would cost too much, and found out that it only cost $7! I bought it right away and have loved it ever since.
|I can never pass up a Dean Koontz book I haven't read and don't own yet. And check out the gorgeous details on the flats!|
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