Fun new merchandise, just in time for our Customer Appreciation Party this Saturday!! Check out the pictures below to see if there is anything you might be interested in. (New jewelry and topiaries showed up today...too latefor my "photo shoot"....)
(Warning....blogger wasn't cooperating w/ me on my spacing........)
This One's for You!
Customer Appreciation Party !
Saturday, April 16
11am to 5pm
Yes, this on is for you. The reason good goods is still open today. You've shared your support, your stories, your smiles (and even some tears) with us.You inspire us to work harder and be better.
So, please let us show our appreciation with a party that is all about you.
We aren't messing around either. Brand new merchandise has been ordered in especially for this day. We'll have snazzy canapes, adult beverages (if you choose), door prizes and everyone making a purchase that day will receive a
$5 token for future use!
We will also be rolling our our new "loyalty" program.
(We promise it's not a lame one..!)
It would mean the world to us if you came by to enjoy some fun
I'm daydreaming about bungalows recently. My circa 1993 home just seems too big, too uncharming(yes, it's a word), too--well, not something I daydream about!!
Now this, this is cute. Character. Yellow!
You could buy the plans and all the materials you needed from the Sears Roebuck catalog. (wow! Sears was stealing local buyers at the turn of the century like online sales is doing today! The more things change the more....etc!)
Add labor and live in a row of darling, I want one, bungalows!!
It could be pretty....yellow!
Or sorta plain. It didn't matter. You'd get a steep pitched roof, one (maybe one and one half) floors, a veranda, two bedrooms, bath and a living room.
Unless you opted to buy the bigger model.........which defeats part of my purpose!
I mean, how could anyone not love these???
Here's mine. Should I repaint it? Yellow??The really original bungalows were found in India and tropical regions. They had thatched roofs and were for poorer folks to keep out of the elements. I could be talked in to staying in one here:
Welcome! At good goods & co we like to keep it casual by mixing urban & rural European with beautiful or quirky conversation pieces. We are Boise's destination stop for the thoughtful, unique and one-of-a-kind gifts you are excited to present to others-- or purchase for yourself and your home!
Our ever-changing inventory is unlike anything you will find in the Valley and keeps our "loyals" coming back to see what is new.
Throw in a nurturing, friendly, well informed staff and reasonable pricing and you'll understand why we are constantly told that exploring at good goods isn't shopping-it's a massage!