Let me tell ya, I am exhausted and I am sure my mom and my sisters are too. I tried to get home from work early yesterday but I didn't get out too early, only about an hour. I got the kids picked up from preschool and got home to start sorting the huge pile in the center of the garage. I was completely overwhelmed but then my dad arrived and started to help us get things sorted. By the time my mom and sisters arrived we had everything sorted and we were ready to start getting things displayed. We didn't work too late into the night, we were inside by 10pm.
Morning came way too early and we were outside continuing to set things up at 7am with our first person stopping by at 7:20. It was a slower day than our last Friday yardsale and the sales were down too but we sure did sell a lot of smaller odds and ends. We sold a lot of items for under $1 and still managed to sell about $350 worth. We still have our big ticket items and I pray they will be hot items tomorrow.
This sell was a lot different than our first one. The first one we had a lot of big items and for this one we have just a few big items but a ton of smaller items. My mom brought up a good point, it takes 400 hundred quarter items to make $100 so we had to have moved a lot of our treasures today. I owe so much thanks to my parents and my sisters and their spouses. They have all shown up for both of our yard sales and put a lot of work into them. Our little Sophia is loved so much by them and we so appreciate their love and support. Fundraising is hard work and they are always willing to roll up their sleeves and help us out. It sure makes me feel special to have them rallying beside us.
Please keep us in your prayers that we will get the majority of our treasures sold tomorrow.
We have a little over a week left of our t-shirt fundraiser. Please check it out at Bringing Sophia Home, we appreciate your help in bringing our precious girl home!
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