Our first shopper showed up at 6:30, only an hour and a half before the sale actually was scheduled to begin. It was about this time that the first light mist arrived, so we ran and grabbed towels and sheets and covered what we could. The good thing was the shoppers were consistent and continued non-stop until 12:30. The rain was light, it came and went and ended by mid-morning. There were times that traffic in the driveway looked like the Schuykill Expressway during rush hour.
Things we expected to sell are back in the basement, and other items went quickly. One of my favorite moments of the day was allowing the kids to sell some video games. We were given two televisions, and we had a handful of old atari video games programed into joysticks. These were sitting on a table and no one was even looking at them. I ran an extension cord to the table and allowed Alexa and my nephews to play the games. Within minutes we sold the games and one of the televisions. At one points it seems the kids would start playing a game and someone would buy it before they could finish the game. We started breaking down the yard sale around 2pm. Once everything was packed up and the yard was was empty once again, we sat down to total up the sales of the day...when all was totaled, the yard sale brought in almost $900. We thank the Lord for such a great provision, and we thank our very generous family and friends for donations of items, money and time.
Here are some more pictures from the day:
|Joseph Enjoying Breakfast!|
|What else do you do with ski poles!|
|Time to clean up!|