I bought more than my usual pittance at the thrift store last week. I only had a twenty with me and knew the clerks would go into a panic trying to break it so I added a couple things I might have otherwise left behind. A sort of neat, sort of odd, cloth Cheshire Cat. A Disney Easter-themed tin box, and next to that a colorful pottery mug that is signed on the bottom, but so far, I haven't found this potter. The girl figurine was made in Norway.
I seldom find vintage cards at thrift stores but did luck into some that day. These, obviously, are wedding cards.
A couple "thinking of you" and get well cards,
Even the interiors were cuter back then.
I also carried home a 1968, double Barbie case in good condition. None of my Barbie cases survived. Sort of fell apart on me. This one is pretty.
And inside, the former owner left behind a few accessories.
By the way, the clerks still couldn't break my twenty! I had to go to the post office, where I handed the clerk a twenty for a 70 cent stamp. Luckily he knows me, and we joked about it. Then I trotted back to the thrift store with acceptable currency.
Have a good, small bill day!