Found this gem at my thrift store. I'm sure it is a corner piece for a sectional couch, but I like it just as a chair. ($11) It is super comfy and other than smelling a bit like cigarettes, it'll work great.
I had it sitting out all day the day I got it and sprayed it with Febreeze to see if that would help. It may need another time or two of airing out as well as Febreezing. The plan is to make a slipcover for it and redo the 2 cushions.
When the middle school kids came home from school they were happy to try it out and use it as a homework space. They also told me that they would happily have it in their room.
This will either go in the LR or in the master BR when we get a new house.
Our lovely neighbors Carol and Doug gave us a meat slicer, still with the box, that they've probably used twice--for both HS graduations of their children. At least one of their kids is now a grandfather. It has been a long time.
I think they figured Hubby could use it for the next time he gets a deer. We do already have a meat grinder, we make our own venison hamburger, but we didn't have a slicer. We'll just add this to our other food storage equipment.
Found this spiky-ish Fall wreath at the Thrift Store that I decided I liked. Took off the gold ribbon/bow and have hung it by my front door. (My other Fall wreaths are packed somewhere).