If you missed the garage sale challenge on KSL last night, you can view the entire segment HERE.
This was seriously one of the funnest things I have ever done. And getting $100 to do what I do every weekend was obviously an added bonus.
Let’s recap the segment, shall we?
Three contestants competed, the first the adorable Kaysi Gardner…
Second was the super yard sale savvy Erin Hansen…
And third, yours truly, Natalie Wright from…
What the what?
I don’t know what I was saying during this shot, but I am pretty sure it was something like, “Be sure to put a hot picture of this quizzical and confused expression on television.”
Seriously? That’s the photo they chose?
I must admit while watching it last night we had to pause every time they showed this picture because we were laughing so hard.
Man, I am hot stuff.
Anywho, here’s a few shots of my air time:
Here I am with my super duper team, my adorable prego sister and my bestie neighbor. We really do go together every Saturday!
I am pretty sure I would do anything on television for $100.
Doing my thang… bartering for the best price!
My favorite find: A vintage industrial stool.
Self-proclaimed garage sale junkie? You betcha!
Yes, I really am this dorky in real life.
Oh my gosh, it was so hard to walk away from the bunny. (You probably remember my recent admittance to wanting baby farm animals.)
Our camera man was so awesome to work with. I had to laugh at my van shot because he must have been filming with his HUGE camera while driving! Since he has worked for KSL for over twenty years I am sure he’s got skills. I wonder if he can text and film and drive at the same time?
Remember how I made my prego sister come along? Yeah, we made her sit in the back too. And since we have the child lock activated, I kept forgetting to let her out of the van. Nothin’ but class!
Here’s my haul being judged…
I came home with two sweet kids bikes, a huge pile of really nice clothes that all fit Taylor perfectly, three pendant lights, a microwave for the hubbs office, brand new picnic basket, vintage metal stool, red metal toolbox, vintage glass cookie jar, antique metal iron, a Didj gaming system with several games, an adorable baby outfit for my soon to be born niece, a metal bike rack (not shown- too big to haul to SLC), under cabinet lighting set, swimming vest, two vintage chalkboards and erasers, a wool coat for yours truly, and a box of a dozen doughnuts for the judges. (Not cheating, they came from a garage sale!)
Not bad for a hundred bucks!
Whew! It was certainly a busy and exciting day. I feel very appreciative of the opportunity, and so glad I agreed to do it.
Now if you will excuse me, I am going to go change my profile picture on Facebook to this bad boy.
Yeah, not really.