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Re: Spring- Yeah!

Yes- someday the kitchen will have tile too.  You always buy extra 
tiles, so that if you break one, you can always replace it!  Since I 
don't use cast iron- I'm not too concerned- but you never know what 
might get dropped!


Christopher P. Lindsey wrote:

>>Spring is definitely here!  My camellia is in full bloom, lots of 
>>daffodils, siberian iris, my ornamental mini-peach, everything is 
>>getting new growth and it was PERFECT today- 68 degrees and sunny!
>That sounds so nice.  Pictures!  We want pictures!!! 
>Spring came today for me too, but in the form of five giant boxes.  I got
>home from work and 240 pounds of live plants were waiting at the top of 
>my driveway.  I guess they're not shipping in March after all.  :)
>>I wish I had an outside job.  I did finish off last weekend;s home 
>>improvement project when I got home from work today.  On Monday I ripped 
>>up the vinyl in the laundry roon and laid tile, grouted Wednesday AM 
>>before work, sealed it Wednesday PM, and moved the washer and dryer back 
>>in today.  So- guess what i'm doing now????  Laundry of course!  Anyway, 
>>I'm really happy with my tile job- looks much better.  
>Cool!  That's something that I've been meaning to do for ages in my
>kitchen; it still has the linoleum floor from the 1940s.  Are you planning
>on putting tile in your kitchen?  My concern has always been that I'd 
>drop a cast iron skillet and crack the floor.
>>someday.  My husband has a job interview next Tuesday with a local firm, 
>>so everybody keep their fingers crossed!
>Good luck!
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