Monday, October 31, 2011

happyyyyy gemz day

Platner Armchair - $400 (Newton-Waltham Line)

Mid-Century Modern Fiberglass Shell Chairs - $30 (Peabody)

looks like fiberglass to me
Eames Molded Plastic Armchairs - $250 (Newton-Waltham Line)

Mid Century Pod Chair with Tulip Base - $195 (Peabody)

Mid Century Wicker Chair - $15 (Salem)

Mid-Century Priced to Sell Fast!!! (BG)

Retro Designer Carpet 70's Jetsons Look (Methuen)

i went to look at one of these in Chelsea a few years ago, so so cool
Coffee Table that springs up to a full table - $149 (Quincy,ma)

Mid Century Dresser - painted - $185 (Watertown)

Mid-Century Glass Shelving Unit - $125 (Peabody)

Danish Modern Walnut Chair - $40 (Peabody)

Modern Designer 3-seat Sofa - $250 (Inman Square)

Funky, Floral Daybed - $125 (Scituate)

Awesome 60s Vintage Sectional - $800 (Newton)

Dresser (old but gets the job done) - $40 (waltham)

Black&White armchair/recliner - $100 (Brighton Center)

Vintage Teacart/Accent Table - $100 (Middleton)

would be so cool in a cooler space
Vintage Pre-war Art Deco Vanity & Mirror - $399

jesper teak mirror - $75 (Pembroke, ma)

Walnut breakfront cabinet (Brighton)

Vintage Stereo Hifi - $75 (Littleton)

gawd...i really hate this wine rack
Contemporary Leather Swivel Chair - Stainless Steel Base - $400
(Cambridge/Arlington Line)

dresser for sale- also can deliver if close to boston - $40 (Boston)

Contemporary Buffet / Cabinet - $350 (Haverhill)

I had a pretty nice day today...but, while on the bus headed home a nervous man noticed a crumbled bill on the floor next to me. I was surprised that I didnt see it first, I usually find money. Last year I found $35 in the snow. He asked me if it was mine and I told him it wasn't, I was last to board the bus after a lot of people. I bet one of the kids dressed up for Halloween dropped it. The squirrelly guy tried to give the money to the bus driver but the driver told him to keep it, I told him to keep it. He continued to be weird and dropped the money on the ground and walked away. I was like "WHAT?" I noticed it was a $5 bill and picked it up. Yeah, thats my story.

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