Sunday, December 16, 2012

Fun! Fun! Fun!

Wow, its been a busy season! I really planned to keep my blog updated regularly; but the best laid plans.....
Anyway, had to share with you my most fun sale of the year. We were in Canton, TX at the large flea market there liquidating a store for a customer. Man, its hard to focus when you're surrounded by roasted corn, fried pies, ice cream, and more!! I literally could have eaten my profits away. If you've never taken the trip down for a day of shopping and good eating, it is definitely worth it. Check them out at

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Hotter than Fish Grease!

Wow, I braved the heat preparing for and hosting a sale in Keller, TX. Indoors and out! That's right, air conditioner out in the middle of July. in Texas. I must have the most loyal customers in America because you came out and did your thing! Thanks!

Join us in the A/C in Dallas July 12-14th. For the address and to view pics of items for sale visit

Friday, May 25, 2012


Count It All Joy Estate Sales will be in the great city of Colleyville, TX June 14-16. Like us on Facebook for the latest updates.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Save the Date!

Count It All Joy Estate Sales will be hosting its next estate sale in the great city of Azle, TX. June 21-23rd. Stay tuned for more details.

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

What is the earliest time you have ever shown up to shop at an estate sale? What time did the sale actually start?

Monday, April 2, 2012

Giving Back

Count It All Joy Estate Sales is committed to giving back to its community. I am pleased to announce, that for every estate sale completed in 2012, our company will be donating one hour of volunteer service to selected charity organizations in the DFW Metroplex. In an effort to help us accomplish this goal, I am asking my supporters to share the names of non-profit organizations that are near and dear to your heart and tell us why.

It is always better to give than to receive!

Monday, March 12, 2012

Save the Date!

Our next sale is March 16th (8a-5p) and March 17th (9a-1p) in Arlington TX. For more information visit,

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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Estate Sale Shopping Memories

What do you get when you have two dogs running freely, two teenage boys running freely, a talking parrot, and a squawking parrot? One heck of an estate sale experience! We survived our last sale and had a lot of fun in the meantime. I hope those who shopped with us had a good time and found some great bargains.

 If you have never shopped at an estate sale, they can be very eye opening. You'd be very surprised at how much you can save by shopping estate sales for some of the most basic household items or decorations versus the department stores. And its almost a guarantee that you'll run across some unique items that will peak your interest as well.

If you are a regular estate sale shopper, I'd love for you to share some of your most memorable estate sale shopping experiences with us.

Saturday, February 11, 2012

Save the date!

Upcoming estate sale in Burleson TX. Feb 23rd & 24th (8a-5p); Feb 24th (9a-1p). For address and to view pictures click on the following link:


Monday, January 9, 2012

Men vs Women

I met a gentlemen the other day at a networking function whose eyes lit up when I told him that I own an estate sale business. He mentioned that he and his wife will change their initial destination if they are out driving  and run across an estate sale sign. They will quickly turn around to hit that estate sale. I tend to hear that a lot, but the conversation got me to thinking about who is more of an estate sale junkie-- men or women?

On the surface, when you think about shopping and shoppers you would probably lean toward those of us of the female persuasion. I have concluded that men are the official estate sale junkies! Based on my unofficial survey, I tend to have more male customers lined up outside the door on the first day of my sales than women. I thought it strange at first; however, the men are wanting first dibs on those tools and electronics which tend to go rather quickly. My men folk will purchase items that neither I nor they can identify. For instance, I've had a customer to tell me, 'well I'll figure it out when I get home.' This just tickles me to death. On the other hand, women tend to think along the lines of getting more for less. I think this is why I tend to see more women on the last day of my sales when everything is 1/2 off. So men, we may have the malls conquered but you all definitely rule in the estate sale arena! Audience, what do you think? Men or women?

Monday, January 2, 2012

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