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    Does anyone know of one?

    It's been quite a while since I spent any time or money with the nice folks on ebay, but for the past month I can't seem to stop myself. I'm hunting for things at home to sell, just to put money in my paypal account (which is how I usually fund my habit) to spend on new stuff.

    It's an illness, I swear it is.
    "All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them." Walt Disney

  • #2
    Dusty- as long as you are making money don't sweat the small stuff -- it is when you start spending money that you should worry about-- we will keep you in check on that --lol. As far as what you sell I have found that if it isn't permatatly attached it can be sold-- except for pets that are always irraplaceable I suggest you sell it all !!!!!!!!


    • #3
      don't sweat the small stuff

      and it all small stuff. thats for sure , i agree with Sharon. Evie


      • #4
        I agree Sharon. I could never sell my three hairy children (dogs). They keep me company in the workshop. They especially like it when I paint things. They lay under the table on the rug, at my feet. They've ended up with a few spatters of paint every now and then but it's acrylic so it washes out.

        Now, back to my search for things to sell . . .
        "All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them." Walt Disney


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