The Yard Sale Queen and her Grandson!

Once Upon a Time, there was a 5 1/2 month old little boy named,Alan, and he was born into a Yard Saleing...Thrift Store Seeking....Bargain Hunting.....Dumpster Diving Family!!! His mother, Anna Brooke was the Goodwill Queen! She could find the BEST DEALS ever at any Goodwill store there was! His Granny Deb(me), and his 2 great-aunts, Kappy and Scrappy, had been born to the Yard Sale EMPRESS....Katy B!!!! The EMPRESS learned along time ago while raising 4 children and managing her husbands law offices how to bargain shop.....much to her husband's chagrin who asked the EMPRESS Katy one day....I've toiled and worked years in this law office to make good money and you wear Second Hand Clothes...why? And, the EMPRESS, being the smart and wily shopper that she is told him....why do you think we still have money....because she said...I KNOW HOW TO LOOK FOR A BARGAIN!!!!

SO, this weekend after moving with his Mom and Dad to Waycross, Georgia, Alan, helped his Mom and his Granny Deb hold a yard sale....his 1st of many that he would, when his belly was full his Dad dressed him in his Best yard sale attire and donned his Best South Georgia Yard Sale hat and his Best smile, he came out side....
My very 1st yard sale!!!
Then Granny Deb put his hat on for Good Luck!

Alan had a great time at his 1st Yard Sale and looks forward to many more to come!!!!

Blessings, From Granny Deb!


  1. What a cutie - looks like fun was had by all :)

    Thanks for linking up!

    Sarah @ A Cat-Like Curiosity

  2. I love the way you tell us this!!! and BTW I could bite those cutie little cheeks!!!! Thanks so much for sharing this at Bewitch Me & Titi! Hope to have you back next Sunday with more awesome shares!

    Hope you are having a lovely Sunday

    Cami @ TitiCrafty by Camila

    1. Thanks so much much as I love doing my crafts and painting, I do love a good story....and this one had such a cute subject!

  3. Hola!
    What a tender and loving story! Made me want to be part of it. Stopping by to say thanks for linking up with Soul Food Monday, looking forward to reading more!



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