JOY'S CONSIGNMENT FURNITURE - UNFINISHED FURNITURE MONROE.
Joy's Consignment Furniture
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- A batch of goods destined for or delivered to someone
- The action of consigning or delivering something
- Agreement to pay a supplier of goods after the goods are sold
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- Small accessories or fittings for a particular use or piece of equipment
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THE Consignment Sale - AFTER (hahahah) - btw, so she doesn't feel bad - kim looked just as bad - but she stays behind the camera lens.
These women/men dont play - this consignment sale is HUGE - two big buildings full of stuff, the line started (actually two lines, 1 for each of the two buildings) over an hour before the place opened and when the doors opened folks were RUNNING - i kid you not!! We were there pretty early (we read the tips online) - we got a huge playhouse for Tater and JT, and a bunch of other things. The funny thing is - everything is put together - so my mom and I had to take the house apart to get it in the van - this sale just happened to be in the MID GEORGIA HEAT WAVE - so we were soaked in sweat - but we got it all packed in. Oh, did i mention we waited in line to pay for our stuff for TWO HOURS!!!! But i think it was worth it - one waited in line while the other shopped. Mom - please do not kill me or stop talking to me for posting the AFTER picture, it's all good. :-D
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joy's consignment furniture
In her beloved New York Times bestsellers Snow Flower and the Secret Fan, Peony in Love, and, most recently, Shanghai Girls, Lisa See has brilliantly illuminated the potent bonds of mother love, romantic love, and love of country. Now, in her most powerful novel yet, she returns to these timeless themes, continuing the story of sisters Pearl and May from Shanghai Girls, and Pearl’s strong-willed nineteen-year-old daughter, Joy.
Reeling from newly uncovered family secrets, and anger at her mother and aunt for keeping them from her, Joy runs away to Shanghai in early 1957 to find her birth father—the artist Z.G. Li, with whom both May and Pearl were once in love. Dazzled by him, and blinded by idealism and defiance, Joy throws herself into the New Society of Red China, heedless of the dangers in the communist regime.
Devastated by Joy’s flight and terrified for her safety, Pearl is determined to save her daughter, no matter the personal cost. From the crowded city to remote villages, Pearl confronts old demons and almost insurmountable challenges as she follows Joy, hoping for reconciliation. Yet even as Joy’s and Pearl’s separate journeys converge, one of the most tragic episodes in China’s history threatens their very lives.
Acclaimed for her richly drawn characters and vivid storytelling, Lisa See once again renders a family challenged by tragedy and time, yet ultimately united by the resilience of love.
Amazon Best Books of the Month, June 2011: See's Dreams of Joy picks up the story of sisters Pearl and May where Shanghai Girls left off: on the night in 1957 when Pearl's daughter, Joy, discovers that May is her true mother. While Shanghai Girls followed the sisters from their time as models in the glittering "Paris of Asia" to their escape from the Japanese invasion and their new life in Los Angeles, its sequel sends Pearl back to Shanghai twenty years later in pursuit of Joy, whose flight to China is propelled by anger, idealism, and a desire to find her true father, Z.G., an artist who may be falling out of favor with the Party. Joy goes with him deep into the countryside to the Green Dragon commune, where they take part in the energetic inception of Mao’s Great Leap Forward. But their collective dream of a communist paradise is soon overshadowed by hunger as the government’s bizarre agricultural mandates create a massive, relentless famine. Pearl, trapped in Shanghai as travel restrictions tighten, has little idea of the hardship Joy endures--until both women realize they must subvert a corrupt system in order to survive. The best estimates put the death toll from China’s Great Leap Forward at 45 million, and See is unflinching in her portrayal of this horrific episode. In clean prose, she gives us a resounding story of human resilience, independent spirits, and the power of the love between mothers and daughters. --Mari Malcolm