The other day, on a lark, I decided to stop by one of my favorite Goodwill stores near where I live. Two minutes later I was holding a beautiful Brioni shirt, just my size. I never would have guessed that this store would have such an expensive shirt donated and it looked like new. The full price: $5.95. Not a stain, rip, tear or mark on it anywhere. It really didn’t matter that it fit like it was tailored for me or that it was in the price range I couldn’t turn down. That wasn’t good enough. I had to find another if it existed and I wouldn’t rest until I was satisfied that I had overturned every rock and cranny in the store to make sure there wasn’t another. This was the only one and my excitement finally died down.
I wore the shirt to work the next day and either my smile gave me away that something was different or the shirt was that good looking. It had to be the shirt since my teeth need whitening. What really put a smile on my face was the fact that I found this shirt for about 1/100th the price of a new one up the street at Barney’s. Happy hunting!