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Successful Garage Sale!


My sisters and I had a successful garage sale yesterday during the city-wide sales. It was a beautiful day, though it did get a little warm in the afternoon. It was kind of like old times since they were both here to "share the pain"! Corby had to work a half-day, so he picked my mom up on his way home, and she was here for a few hours. Mom, my sisters and I have had wildly successful garage sales in the past. I think our biggest money maker was in the mid-90's, when we made almost $2000 between all of us. We used to live in the south part of town, right off Pawnee, so we had a lot of drive-by traffic. We've never been that successful in Park City, but we still try to do one at least once a year. My butt is sure dragging today though! They are a LOT of work. That coupled with a really busy week at work has worn me out!

We are planning a visit to see Brandon in a few weeks (maybe I'll rent a car!)...Corby and the twins had planned on going camping the weekend of October 11th, and then we found out Senior Day at K-State is Monday the 13th. They've decided to camp at Tuttle Creek (right outside Manhattan) and Brandon is going to go camping with them. I'm going up for the day on Saturday, but will come home that night (I HATE TO CAMP!)...they will stay through Monday so the twins can go to Senior Day - and I will get some "ME" time!

How about those Chiefs? They played football today! And beat those dreaded Broncos! I was beginning to wonder if they would go winless this season. Sorry, not much confidence in them right now!

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