Seller’s Remorse: ,noun. ~ one who sells and has deep painful regret for the wrongdoing.
Old Farm Table I found under an old man’s shed. He gave it to me for $40 bucks. I painted it white. I loved that table and the only reason I sold it was because every time my kid’s would color, draw or write, their crayons would go through the plank cracks. We were homeschooling then. We’re not now. Oh, how I wish I had that table again…seller’s remorse.
This is a coffee table I found all beat up at a thrift store for $20 bucks. I also painted it white. Love it! The sides fold down and extend out. I’m still not sure why I sold that table. It boggles the mind sometimes. Seller’s Remorse.
I also sold an antique armoire that I can’t even find a picture of. It’s just as well…then I won’t be able to see how beautiful it once was. Seller’s Remorse.
Have you ever sold anything and had deep, painful regret for the wrongdoing? It’s called seller’s remorse. What did you sell?