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Happy weekends guys! Do you have any good plans? I *think* that we are going to another vintage toy show. They seem to hit every few months and it’s always a good time.
I’m sure I have mentioned that million years ago from around 2005-2008 I had an online eBay store where I sold thrifted and vintage clothes. It was when eBay was a treasure trove of awesomeness, and you could find everything you ever wanted and things that you didn’t even realize you needed.
Then it all went to shit when eBay decide to change a lot of their policies that mainly affected the small people on there. The bigger you were the better things went for you which seems to always be the way. I stopped selling on there at that time because it became too difficult and not worth my time or effort anymore.
I’ve thought of starting something up like that again though. I’m not sure about eBay, but maybe some other way. I don’t know. I just know that I have always wanted to own a thrift store that carried the best of the best things I could find.
Since I will never have an actual brick and mortar store here (real estate and rent is too insane to even consider that) then this would be the next best thing. Thoughts?
Weekly Reads (and maybe videos):
19 Lies People Between the Ages of 34 and 42 Told Themselves in the 80s. Definitely Large Marge.
A Mighty Girl’s Books of the Year. From 2018 but there are some great lists broken down by age group if your kid needs some reading inspiration.
You can see more of my Weekly Reads and Finds here.