It has been a tug-of-war of sorts
should I or shouldn't I?
To sale or not to sale?
my barn sale
that's what I'm talkin' about
to describe them in 1 word
paint, paint, paint
gotta have inventory
empty the barn for the vendors
empty the shop for my display
that means put everything in the driveway
sort it, price it, display it
then at 5:00 on the friday of the sale
if it's not done
(i'm never ready)
somewhere. anywhere. i don't care where.
there's the inside of the house
Do I sound stressed?
the family tells me that I stress
and then there's the fear?
can I do it?
can i pull it together in time?
will i have enough cool stuff?
can i live up to my expectations?
we (the 3 of us)
have talked, thought, talked some more, prayed, talked a lot more and finally reached a decision.
We need to do the sale
to recover financially from the winter of scarce work
but we are setting some goals.
1. commit it to the Lord
all for Him... proverbs 3:5
2. play nice because nice matters.
3. adjust my expectations
if you've been here long you know I have a thing for presentation
apparently, it makes me cranky
4. sacrifice quantity but not quality
5. keep talking to each other
6. stop painting by the sunday before the sale
I've said this before...let's do it this year
7. start pricing early
8. have fun
These are all photos of my stuff from past sales
and these below are from my other vendors.
*all of this has been sold*
I am finally excited and ready to get started
Miss Gracies and Friends
vintage barn sale
june 17 and 18
~Let the fun begin~