Dear Beacon Readers:
Please join me tomorrow (Thursday), between 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., for an all-offers-considered, many-items-free moving sale at my former residence, 69 Hickory Trail, one door down from the East Dogwood Trail intersection.
If you do not feel like browsing or shopping, please drop by anyway for a visit and/or a mingle or just to say hello. I trust that all unvaccinated people will wear a facemask, and everyone will be mindful of physical distancing in what is about a 600-square-foot unfinished space on the ground floor of the home.
On sale at whatever low price we agree upon will be furniture (including a dining room table with six chairs and a desk); various electronics; women’s jewelry; lamps; luggage; cordless phones; office supplies; handbags; women’s shoes and clothing, including new/never worn and pre-owned shoes and clothes; framed prints; dishes, coffee mugs, and other kitchen supplies; vases and objets d’art; and a miscellany of other items, everything from outdoor and indoor spot and flood lights to candles to wall mirrors.
There will be boxes of free items for you to sort through and shelves of free books for you to pore over.
As a former book critic and editor and a book author, I am committed to passing along books—both hardcover and paperback—without charge.
I look forward to seeing you at 69 Hickory Trail tomorrow. Thank you.