We didn't get too awful much, but I really like both of the things I got. So here goes:
1. Shiny Brites! I was pleasantly surprised to find these among the Dollar Store Christmas Crap on the shelves at Goodwill. They also had a box of red balls and one of blue balls, but they were just plain ones. I really like these indents and other fancies. But wait a second. Let's dolly in for a closer look at that price tag...
One dollar. I know! This was definitely my Buy O' the Month.
2. Tupperware! It just wouldn't be a worthwhile trip if I didn't come home with at least one piece of Tupperware. I had planned on getting a deviled egg plate (because the Girl Child will be visiting and she likes them), but when I saw this official Tupperware Deviled Egg Keeper, I had to get it. Now I can make them and they won't stink up my fridge (side note: I don't think I've ever made deviled eggs before. Wish me luck!) Goodwill, $1.50
And that's it, really. As a Public Service, I'd like to also show a couple of things that I didn't get. To wit:
A: Pyrex! This set was in darn fine condition, and I don't think the price was too bad ($4, $6, and $8, top to bottom), but I don't collect this pattern and I really have no need for these casseroles. But this set (and a promotional casserole I saw a while ago) brings up a question: Even if I don't collect a particular Pyrex pattern, should I be buying these things if they're reasonably priced and in good condition? I hate to leave them behind if there's someone out there in Blogland who wants them, but I just don't know. Thoughts?
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B: Pissed-off skater girl! This is one of those things I had to take a picture of and send to the Girl Child. Her response? "She's actually kind of fabulous with that blush and those highlights!"
Aaannnddd that's pretty much it for this week. Linking up with the goodness at Sir Thrift A Lot, The Nifty Thrifty, and The Remnant