"Oh My God, she's been buying loads of stuff again!" It's true - but what I buy is secondhand and cheap, saves me money, saves my children money, the money is kept local, saves things from landfill and you won't find photos of all the new things I buy..............because I rarely do.
Anyway.......I'm not sure how many more car-boot bargain photos there will be........... depends on the weather, once we get spell of wet then they'll have to stop as the whole site gets water-logged.
The Grandchildren came off best as usual last Sunday.
I took the drum (but not the drumsticks) from the box of musical instruments over to Son's house for 7 month old Youngest Grandson to bang, "music" is important...........right?! Also in the box is a tambourine, shakers and a few other noisy things, better keep them here for now......... £2 paid.
The toy microwave, kettle and toaster (also £2) will stay here but the travel activity packs (50p)will go on journeys with grandchildren when they are a bit older. There's a box of candles (50p) ready for Eldest Granddaughter's birthday in October and the teeny flip-top bottle (20p) to add to two I found in a charity shop are for the Damson Gin for the Christmas hampers.
Finally the old bread-board was just 30p! I've got a few of these now - I use them for pan-stands or chopping boards - never paid as little as 30p for one before though.