Humble to Everett) that when she got there I wanted her to look for an old set of ice skates and a wooden sled for me. Well she said she saw a pair of ice skates at a local resale shop here. What!?! I live in the suburbs of Houston, I didn't even think of looking here! I tried to call the resale shop to see if they still had them, but couldn't find a working number. It ended up being a few days before I could get there and I just knew "my" skates would already be gone because I was sure that everyone was looking for a pair, I know when I get an idea I get a little crazed in my thinking. This is Houston after all, how many people could be looking for ice skates.
I was taking Darling Daughter to her Wednesday night worship and I ran by the thrift shop. Darling Daughter doesn't share my enthusiasm for my latest treasure hunt so she sat in the car. I looked around and didn't see them, I spotted a few other things, but had to remind myself to focus, I promised that I would run in and out. When I didn't spot them, I asked the lady working there and she said she sold them 10 minutes ago, seriously, my heart sank. Then she said no maybe that was roller skates. She told me where to look and they had not one, but two pair of skates. I refrained from buying both and left elated, I kid you not, I couldn't get home fast enough!
I added greenery and a big red bow and hung them by my front door. Everyone had to walk to the front door to see them when they arrived home. My family is used to my sense or lack there of, of treasure! The hubby has brought me home not once but twice an old screen door. I don't still have them, he refused to move one of them 1,000 miles when we moved to Texas. Imagine! It takes diamonds to get some girls excited and then for some of us, it is a pair of ice skates. Still looking for the sled!
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