|charity shop shoe rack|
Having said all that, yesterday was too good to resist. As soon as I arrived for my shift I saw the first two items and had them set aside, knowing I had just enough cash to buy them. Then as I was tidying up I noticed the shoe rack and was mulling it over. Then the manager commented "if you like all that retro stuff have you seen the table in the window?" I had not. I battled with myself all afternoon - Should I? Shouldn't I? But three of the four items were on my house list and the fourth was just great.
Here is the confession, I ran (and I did run) to the bank and took some money from my ISA to buy the stuff. I was a bit cross with myself but there you go. Extra added bonus, I got a lift home as someone brought everything home for me in their car. How lovely.
The shoe rack is actually some kind of tea trolley, I had a peek under the top shelf and there was a label
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And here it is with a new purpose of a bunny hidey hole, they love it under there, although The White One has had a little nibble already. I paid £6.99 for it which is not too bad in my opinion. £6.99 for the table, the rabbits were £80 the pair from the amazing folk at RSPCA Manchester and Salford.