Saturday, September 09, 2006

The village rummage sale

We're having the village rummage sale on Sunday - from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. the entire village is closed off for traffic and there are stands everywhere selling junk, antiques, and more junk, lol. It's a mad house - my house is right on the village square. I reserved 6 meters in front of my house - so I invited lots of friends and their kids, I'm leaving the house open, and we'll sit, hopefully sell some things, drink wine, and keep dogs and children from running out the front gate, lol.
PRAY that the weather is nice!

5 comments:

FeyRhi said...

Sounds like a great time. I'm one of those strange people that just love rummage sales, you never know what you will find. LOL

I wish I could hop a plane and pop in for a visit. But since my numbers refuse to come up I'll be here with my imagination. *G*

Have fun, may the sun shine all day, and take pictures! LOL

Michele said...

I was just popping in to post in reply to your comment on my entry #96 in Miss Snark's crapometer... but I see from this post that I already know you from LJ ;-)

I'm so glad for your comment. I was feeling miffed that people think I'm influenced by Dan Brown. I wrote the first draft of this novel in November 2003 and planned it the summer prior. I enjoyed the Da Vinci Code, but preferred Umberto Eco's book - Fouccault's Pendulum.

Bonita said...

What a lovely thing to do with the entire community involved. I hope you have an enjoyable day.

International-Man-Of-Mystery said...

Sounds like fun. I confess that I have a secret soft spot for rummage sales and antique hunting. Yet another of the ways in which I should have been born gay.

Patrice Michelle said...

I love it! It sounds like a huge neighborhood yard sale! Hope it went well, Sam!