Tuesday, June 15, 2010

What is Old Is New Again!

I love going to a good Flea Market sale, you never know what kind of treasure you will find waiting just for you.  A couple of weeks ago a great local landmark, The Greenmead Historical Park, had their bi-annual flea market sale.  You may remember that we picked up this great piece of furniture last year that has now found a home as a linen cabinet in our dining room.

This year I picked up this like new Radio Flyer red wagon for a steal!  A steal people, only $25, can you believe it, I could not believe my luck.  I had been looking at new wagons the day before and they started at like $80.  I am so glad that we waited and were rewarded for our patience and for a day of tromping around in the mud for our purchases.  

Payton loves his new wagon, he loves to load it up and tug his baby bear around the yard.  And we love that he likes to ride in it all the way to and back from the park.  It's a long walk back home with a tired 33lb baby who who wont go in the stroller and wants to be carried.  Oh our aching backs!  

I can't wait to see what we find next year!


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