Thrifting is stress relief for me, whether or not I buy anything (er, I usually do). B.C. (Before Crutches), I would go thrifting two or three times a month depending on life. A.C. I hadn’t gone in a whole MONTH and was starting to go crazy and feel rather jealous of all my local peeps posting their thrifting adventures. CRUEL. Finally, on Monday, I met my sis for the perfect day date of coffee, chatting, and solving the world’s problems followed by a trip to Value Village… on wheels! I can get around a bit on the ol’ crutches but don’t have the stamina for a thrift trip so she wheeled me around in my borrowed wheelchair!
At the till, a kind lady in front of me gave me her 30% off stamp card which made the day even sweeter! Thank you thank you, whoever you are!! Know your card went to good use! Thank you Shannon for wheeling me around and giving me the best post-op recovery boost! I needed that!
Oh I want to go so badly! Maybe tomorrow….
It was so fun! I think you failed to mention you were slightly misbehaving almost losing your arm a few times….
Did you try the pink ones?? Ahem. One?
Thank you Shannon for taking your sister shopping! You are an amazing sister! What an incredible post! Thanks for sharing your finds, and what you bought, and what you left behind. Always educational, and inspiring. I have learned a lot from such posts, and I am becoming a much wiser shopper, and letting things stay behind for the next thirfty shopper to take home with them–even if I love it but don’t need it!
You are a blessing! I love your blog. Great to see you out and about, and able to get your thrifting therapy!
Haha no! There were so many other good options though! Can’t wait till I’m done with this boot!
I LOVED the ones you did try!! Sometime when I come visit my parents in Sherwood Park I’d love a consult!! 🙂 It is so fun to read your blog! Hope you heal quickly.
Missy Finlay that would be awesome! Your kind words made my day! U0001f60a