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cold mountain book goodwill

I became a frequent Goodwill shopper while I was wedding planning (eclectic glass bowls, gold picture frames) and again when we moved into our empty apartment (furniture, decor). It’s completely hit or miss — especially when you’re visiting the Goodwill stores in the city as opposed to the suburbs (poor furniture selection in the city). We recently stopped in to the Comm Ave. store and found no treasures, but decided to scan the book section before leaving. Tim found “Cold Mountain,” which he’d been wanting to read. Hardcover books are normally $2, but I asked if I could have it for $1. Worked like a charm.

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Comments: 3

  1. mackenzie February 24, 2011 at 5:16 am Reply

    i like your bookend more than the book. was that a dollar?

  2. ashley February 24, 2011 at 6:40 am Reply

    If those bookends were $1 I would buy a million of them. They were actually an exorbitant $40 (for two), but we didn’t use real money. We had credit from a few returned wedding gifts to a boutique in Jefferson City called Schaeffer House. Everything there is beautiful, but you have to be willing to pay boutique prices. Or register there for your wedding.

  3. Brooke February 28, 2011 at 2:25 pm Reply

    Try Urban Renewals on Brighton Avenue. Derek and I find the best books there. We also just found a church by our house that has really good novels for 50 cents.

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