Seriously. We spent most of today over at the "other place" clearing out more of our crap to bring over here. We have a lot of crap. If there is some kind of crap you need, please contact me before you go looking to buy that crap, because in all liklihood we have JUST THE CRAP you need, and are about to donate it somewhere. Baby toys, clothes (girl's), shoes, odd pieces of furniture, small appliances, books...the list goes on and on. It's ironic that we're moving from a tiny crackerbox of a house to one nearly 3 times larger, and we're purging so much crap along the way. But we have huge storage buildings over at the other place. So...take our crap, please.
And while you're at it, could you just buy our house? I'd consider it a real solid if you did. It's a heck of a deal, great starter house for a single person or married couple wanting to get out from under the tyranny of rent, and your mortgage payment would be similar to a month's rent. 1100 SF, 2BR, 1BA, on 5 acres with an option of 5 more (additional 5 acres has a stocked pond). There are two storage buildings, one metal with heavy-duty interior wooden shelves that my handy husband built. The other storage building is a deluxe wooden one that looks like a miniature house, with two levels of storage. It's already set up to use as a "kennel" building if you like--there's a doggie door in one end, with steps, leading to an outdoor, covered, graveled exercise area (which aforementioned amazing husband also built). Nice place for your dog(s) if you know you'll be away from home for several hours and don't want Fido to have to cross his legs waiting for you to get home, and a nice alternative to going out to potty in the pouring rain. It's on a very quiet, short dead-end street in a rural part of Pulaski County, between Jacksonville and Cabot. Fenced and cross-fenced, with a 100-foot paddock attached to the 1100SF, 5-stall barn, this place is perfect for horses, with its pastures of Tifton 44 Bermuda grass. And the upper pasture has a huge area of sandy loam where the previous owner kept an extensive garden. Come on! You know you want it!!
And now for our featured FREE crap of the week, that I am about to post on craisglist, not that ANYONE in Arkansas reads craigslist. Philistines. Anyway, it's a bed and side-table. Not the mattresses, just the headboard, footboard, and frame. It's enormous, heavy, and, quite frankly, frightening. This is some serious bachelor furniture, and I hates it, Precioussss, hates it. To me, it looks like the ideal thing to have if you live in the hall of a troll-king, or perhaps a huge underground cavern, or maybe a dank castle on the moors. It has WROUGHT IRON in it. This is (naturally) a king-size bed frame, and will add a good two feet all around to the space your king-size mattress takes up. Bask in its gigantic glory:And the nightstand is included!! Wheee! Come get it! Oh, and did I mention this furniture may or may not be cursed? Ah, no biggie. It's probably not cursed for you.
And we got just about all the soap inventory moved over, and there was a lot of really wonderful stuff that I had forgotten all about! Warm Ginger! Wild Thing! Fruit Smoothie! Yuzu! Apple Cobbler! Carrot facial bars! Cucumber-Melon made of actual pureed cucumbers and melons! There's also plenty of unscented milk soaps, soaps with silk, castile soaps (1oo% olive oil), and oat & honey soaps...I'm getting excited about soaping again. Pop over here to get in on the Super-Surprise Soap Packages I'm putting together and shipping out this week! I don't know how long this stock is going to last, but I'm counting on getting you all hooked so that when I start creating again, you will be helpless and will not blink at the *regular* prices. The people who've already placed orders, and the next few who do, will be getting extra little surprises, like nylon "soap sacks", wooden soap decks, and cute little "foot fishies." Wheeee!