See? This is why I love the tip shop. I check their Facebook page every morning to see what's come in.
The Le Creuset set was posted this morning. One has lost his little hat, but no matter as they're asking $100. Yes.
If today were any other day I'd be out there in a shot. But today is the day before tomorrow. And tomorrow I'm off to Melbum for four days. Sans l'enfants. C'est vrai. Sans l'enfants. And sans husbandido. So I'll keep that $100 for Melbum.
But really. I'm tempted. Should I dash out there? And have fewer glasses of wine while in Melbum? Or have only half a haircut? Just eat dumplings all weekend? (Actually, I could easily do that.)
Here are some other recent things from Tiny's Green Shed.
|I was too late for the vase on the right. There'll more though, I'm sure.|
All images are from Tiny's Green Shed's Facebook page. Have a look!
And these are just the things that I find appealing. There would be something for you. Fosho.
I just hope I'm not breaking some Canberran code by relaying this information. Although most people give me very strange looks when I voice my enthusiasm for the tip shop. (I have no doubt that ASIO is monitoring this.)
Canberra, like all places, I know, has its own particular cultural etiquette. Here are some words that I can't be bothered stringing into coherent sentences because I shouldn't be blogging, I should be doing other things:
small country town
hyper self-consciousness due to those words above these words you're reading right now
(wow lack of punctuation is quite liberating isn't it look forward to some angry poetry soon)
Praps you could make some sentences for me.
See you in Melbum!