The phrase "lots of Christmas" in an estate sale listing can mean one of two things: lots of bad Christmas decorations (i.e., most things made after I was born), or lots of good Christmas decorations (things older than me.)
Early favorites to take the "Best Panorama" award at the next AOVCOA&S ceremony.
One apron for being close to home.
One apron for not spending too, too, too much.
One apron as a personal pat-on-the-back for not sleeping in when that's what I really wanted to do.
One apron for the person running the estate sale, who let us in 15 minutes early rather than making us stand outside in the rain.
One apron for a season's worth of Christmas ornaments (well, close) in one stop.
One apron for being home by 11 a.m.
One apron for a spun-head penguin.
And three aprons for all of the non-Christmas stuff yet to show you.
A ten-apron sale. But you kind of felt that coming, didn't you?