I've been so bogged down in my course work this week that I haven't done any laundry. My husband usually does it, but I guess he didn't get around to it either. I thought I was down to my last clean pair of undies, only to discover that Ken's briefs had somehow made it to my sock and undies drawer. I did what any woman on the run would do, I put on his man knickers, pulled up my pants and took off out the door.Powered by my man knickers (they're very comfortable by the way - not that I'm weird about it), I biked up to Goodwill when my course was over. They're having a 50% off sale tomorrow, but I thought I might score some good things at full price and beat the crowd. I did.
Look, another "Made in England" JAJ Pyrex dish for $1.99.
Sorry for the fuzzy pics, it didn't photograph well.
Before there was Twitter... This Made in Japan bird was $1.99.I couldn't get over how beautiful these Made in England teacups were. They remind me of the designs of Charles Rennie MacIntosh.
The mauve saucer and the yellow cup have a little bit of wear, but I still loved them for $3.99 each.
I liked this Made in England deep saucer/shallow bowl for $1.99.I was equally charmed and puzzled by these Scotch glasses. I think they're new in a retro old "school" style. They're a bit like Mad Men meets Leave it to Beaver. "Mom, I had a hard day at school." "Oh Beaver, it's alright. Have a Scotch."
They cost .79 each. That's good classroom Scotch glass value for money.
That's all. I guess if you can take away anything from this post it's this: never underestimate the good luck man knickers can bring you when thrifting.