Last month's trip to Serenity Thrift was highly unusual, in that there video section was completely full, in fact their shelves were so full that the excess tapes had spread over to one of the book bins. Seeing as how videos (and DVD's) are my primary goal when going to any thrift store, this overflow of VHS was certainly not a problem, when it comes to videos... there's no such thing as "too much"!
I mentioned at the time that I usually only stop in there about once every six months or so, but because of their anomalous excess of tapes, and the unexpected bounty that resulted from that excess, that I would be returning much sooner than normal, and true to word, I did!
It had been about a month as of last week, and I figured that that was enough time to have let passed in between trips, plus I had to, or at least wanted to, check out all of the Halloween goodies at The Dollar Tree that's located right next door to the thrift store.
So, was it a successful trip? Was it a bust? There's only one way to find out...
I can't remember how many videos were brought home last month, so I can't say whether or not this was a more successful outing, but finding six this time was pretty good, certainly worth going that's for sure. And I found a couple of things for some future Halloween craft projects at The Dollar Tree, which is always a plus, now if I could just stay focused long enough to work on some of those projects...
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My mom took a mini-vacation last week, and even though it turned into more of a working vacation, she still found some time to hit up a couple of thrift stores in the area, thrift stores that ended up yielding a couple of more videos for yours truly!
Many thanks to my mom (she doesn't read the blog, but it's still good to give public thanks) for the videos. And for anybody who might be interested, I went to Goodwill, and Big Lots, a couple of days after going to Serenity Thrift, both provided me with plenty of goodies (especially Big Lots), and both hauls will be shown in separate upcoming posts.
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