In the corner of the dresser sat the object of my affection, as I waited for the other estate sale shoppers to move away from the dresser, I noticed no one was giving any attention to the lamp. I was finally close enough to see the price tag. A fifteen dollar tag dangled from the neck of the lamp. I liked the lamp but didn't like the price tag. I left the estate sale, but the memory of that lamp lingered in my mind.
A little after two pm I decided to go buy the lamp, praying and hoping that it was still there. I held my breath as I walked into the bedroom hoping that the lamp was still sitting on the dresser, sigh, it was sitting in the same spot. I tested the lamp to make sure everything worked. I liked the lamp but still wasn't crazy about paying fifteen dollars for it.
The first day of the sale was almost over, and I knew that at 11 am the next day everything would go 50% off, so I decided to ask if they would allow me the discount on my lamp today. They said YES!
So my lamp came home with me for $7.50, and I love it.
This Danish, mid century modern, double goose neck lamp with wood finials will now sit on my desk. Click the button on the base of the lamp the left cone shaped lamp turns on, press twice and the left lamp turns off and the right lamp turns on, and when you press three times both lamps are illuminated.
I also picked up two Vera scarfs that were priced at only 50¢.
|This Vera scarf has the lady bug logo next to her signature.|
Leopard heads adorn each side of this Vera scarf while their tails meet in the center. This scarf just has the Vera signature with the copyright logo.
For 50¢, I couldn't pass up this pink and white polka dot towel with gold accents. Reminded me of the towels my mother used in our bathroom when I was young.
I liked the color combination, the designs, and style of this sweater so I bought it! It's not my size, but I still bought it!
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