$1 at a neighbor's yard sale: 10 restaurant glasses for picnics, coral beads, and two packs of pretty paper napkins.
I was gloating over the 10-cent "facial towelettes" with their vintage scalloped edges...when a terrifying thought hit me.
Are paper napkins the gift equivalent of fruit cake? Do they sit in a drawer for years, unopened? And if so, should I stop tucking them in gift baskets and casseroles? I always thought it was a nice touch.
Someone's going to love my estate sale when I die.