Sunday, November 03, 2002

I have a bunch of stuff that I had gathered for a yard sale--mismatched dishes/glassware, decor items that I no longer wanted, etc., and I've been trying to find a place to donate them since I don't feel like fooling with a yard sale at this time of year and definitely don't want to keep the stuff around 'til spring. I think I may have found a place--it's called Renovation Station, and it's run by the Lexington Habitat for Humanity. It's kind of like a Goodwill for household items, tools, and building supplies. They sell the donated items, so it may also be a good place to pick up cheap tools and stuff. Sounds like a cool place to check out.

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