Thrown-away memories saved

When I saw the sign out in front of a local B&B I just had to stop.

The bright orange sign said "garage sale."

I just knew they'd have some real goodies.

I didn't know how inexpensive they would be.

I first stopped at the box marked "everything 5¢."

Inside were these four wedding photographs.

I just had to save them.

Don't you agree?

Everything else I bought cost less than a dollar.
Mostly paper ephemera and books I'll share with you later.


The Feathered Nest said...

Julie, these are gorgeous!!! You hit the jackpot girl! I love old photos too...I adopt them regularly ~ xxoo, Dawn

Julie said...


Isn't it sad that people's wedding photographs are sold for .05 at a garage sale? Unless they ended up hating eachother and getting divorced and had no kids.

Cindy Is Crafty said...

Yes, they were savers! Awesome pics.

Kathy said...

Well done, I'e got many of these. Once I managed to locate some of the family and reunite them with the photos.

Cheffie-Mom said...

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Busters Mom said...

Great pics. So glad you saved them. Sad they sold for only a nickle. But happy for you to find a great treasure!!!