A Dollar for a Bag of Books! And I worked HARD! Woo Hoo!

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Time to relax. Today we had a super fantastic deal for our used book shoppers today. A dollar per filled plastic grocery bag! Is that a deal or is that a DEAL? We do this because it is not financially sound to take the books back to storage. We clear them out so we can continue accepting more donations. Although we don't take in that much money, I am estimating we cleared out 2500 books. Remember this does not reflect the books we sold yesterday. And tomorrow, what remains is given away for...FREE. Yup, and I can assure you that we will have to conduct another gigantic book sale in 4 to 5 months.

And me? I was constantly moving about keeping about straightening the books and keeping them tidy for the constant flow of book lovers. We also began breaking down the empty boxes; helps reduce the cleanup work tomorrow. Five hours, I guess that adds up to something also...7,000 steps. Yahoo!

I have been resting at home and feel confident I am up to going for a walk with DH and Penny Dog.

Weigh in is tomorrow morning. Well, I am hoping for a two-pound weight loss. We shall see.
Hugs, Rusty
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    Rusty, I wish I could have been there for the book sale...I love books... emoticon
    3900 days ago
    Keep it going! You're on track-great lifestyle ;^)
    3900 days ago
    That's a lot of work for the last few days. I'm sure you will need a rest tomorrow.

    3900 days ago
    You've really worked this weekend! I'm sure all the lifting of boxes of books and walking while helping people used lots of calories!
    Good luck with your weigh-in. I know you'll do well.
    3900 days ago
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    Yea for Rusty! You rock!!
    3900 days ago
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