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Garage Sale

Our neighborhood is doing one of those "community yard sale" things tomorrow from 8am until 1pm. So tonight I'm going through all of our "stuff" and getting some of it ready to put out for sale. We've got high chairs, a bouncy seat, a bunch of toys, knick knacks, old video games, speakers, etc. Clutter, basically. Hopefully our clutter is another person's treasure.

The twins also have another t-ball game at 10:30am so one of us will have to leave the garage sale to go to the game. I'm guessing that will be Angie since she doesn't really want to have anything to do with the garage sale (searching, moving, pricing, and placing the items).

We finally bought a new video camera to replace the one that was stolen back in October. Maybe Angie will shoot some video tomorrow so I can try to remember how to transfer it to the computer and get it ready for Internet posting...

Until next time, I leave you with today's song selection... on vinyl:


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