Our bank does not stock 50 cent pieces (who knew?), so he substituted a $20 bill
40 one dollar coins
And then to her disappointment, the next box did not contain 40 five dollar bills...
Debbie (Christa's mom), Charlotte, me, Christa, Stacie
Later in the evening, Aaron spent time with me at Starbucks--I value any time alone I have with him. Should have taken a picture, but later he sent me this. :)
I had missed Charlotte and Levi's choir concert at school the previous week, but they performed it again for the students on Monday morning and I was able to attend. Charlotte even had a short solo.
Mark continues to spend hours and hours at the thrift store, with a soft opening planned for this coming Monday. His optometrist son was not thrilled to see this picture--sparks flying and protective eyewear on top of his head. Hmmmm.
I love this display unit.
This used to be used for quilt book storage in my sewing room. Now it has been repainted this great yellow color and hung on one of the walls.
I happened to be present when an 18-wheeler pulled up with all of the racks for clothing. Yikes. So many things to put together.
Things are really coming together. As I've mentioned before, this will not look like any other thrift store in the area.
Everyone wants to buy this not-for-sale clock, including me.
The used book section is one of the first things you see when you come into the store. But even before that, you will see these books hanging in the window. Isn't this a cool idea?
The manager has made strings and strings of these newspaper flowers.