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We did two carboots at the weekend, a smaller one Saturday and a huge one on Sunday. Altogether dad made £26 on old PS2 games and mum and I made somewhere between £70 and £90 but it cost £10 to get a plot Saturday and £12 Sunday and I can't remember which amount it was after deducting those!

I sold the multi-coloured plectrum earrings with the guitars on Saturday and actually converted them into keyrings for the woman (getting to keep my packaging and earring hooks which was a bonus!), which cost her £3.50.

Sunday I sold a bracelet like the above ones but with miniature handmade chocolates on it for £4.50 to a pre-teen girl, a Lego bag charm to a teen girl for £2.50, and a pair of doughnut earrings I never got a chance to take a picture of either for £2.50 to a girl probably around my age. So I made £13! :D

Today in a little while I will be visiting the Range to stock up on more Fimo and browse and possibly see if they still have any John Howe books because I like his artwork a lot and a quick flick through the book caused me to chance upon a FitzChivalry portrait never before seen XD
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Love carboots. Today I spent £2.00. And I got:

- Terry Prachett, The Colour of Magic [50p] (Usually TP books are £2 EACH on every stall and since I can only remember trying to read a couple of his books at about age 11 and not being able to get into them, I won't risk that much per book).

- Ship of Destiny, Robin Hobb [50p] HARDBACK, brand spanking new. And yes I already own it, but I'm getting a double of everything because they're all prtty worn out. And well, some are paperback, some are large paperback and some are hardback and it's annoying because I can't put them all in order that way.

- Pan's Labyrinth DVD [£1.00] Looks like if it's been watched it was only once; all the advertising junk you get inside the box is still there. ONE POUND. I am so glad I followed my instincts and went back to that stall to ask. It'd cost me £15 on the internet new ;)

So, a productive day :D And I think I'm going to start keeping note of the books I've read coz I usually do over the course of the year and haven't this year. But I can start from September onwards? :)

Let's see;

Sabriel, Garth Nix
[Lirael, Garth Nix]
[Abhorsen, Garth Nix]
The Lion of Senet, Jennifer Fallon (Second Sons Trilogy book 1)
The Eye of the Labyrinth, Jennifer Fallon (Second Sons Trilogy book 2)
Lord of the Shadows, Jennifer Fallon (Second Sons Trilogy book 3)
Death Note volume 8, Tsugumi Ohba & Takeshi Obata
Death Note volume 9, Tsugumi Ohba & Takeshi Obata
Death Note volume 10, Tsugumi Ohba & Takeshi Obata
Brilliance of the Moon, Lian Hearn (Tales of the Otori book 3)
[The Harsh Cry of the Heron, Lian Hearn (Tales of the Otori book 4)]
The Gunslinger, Stephen King (Dark Tower Series book 1)
[The Drawing of the Three, Stephen King (Dark Tower Series book 2)]
[The Wastelands, Stephen King (Dark Tower Series book 3)]
Temeraire, Naomi Novik
[Temeraire: Throne of Jade, Naomi Novik]

(In square brackets means haven't read yet, but they're in there because they are part of series I am working my way through, and are in my possession just waiting to be read!)

Oh, and Cyn, I still this afternoon, had ":P :P :P :P :P :P :P :P" under c&p ;)


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