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RE: Rain....height

I am thinking a few of us could have said the same thing... LOL!

Who has this chair/step ladder/ironing board contraption made out of oak
that permanently resides in the kitchen. (trust me, I NEVER use the ironing
board part)

> -----Original Message-----
> Somehow I expected that reply ; P

> ----- Original Message -----
> > Hahaha-  some of us have always had to climb onto the counter to reach
> > anything on the top shelf.
> >
> > Theresa
> >
> > Judy Browning wrote:
> >
> >> 5' 6 1/2" here, down from my real height of 5' 8 1/2".
> >> I used to be tall, still have the long arms & legs, but my middle has
> >> reoriented to horizontal increase while losing vertical.
> >> I had the kitchen counters, cupboards, sink raised to a comfortable
> >> height, then promptly started shrinking. Need a stepstool to reach the
> >> top shelves now.
> >> Judy B
> >> z 6 Idaho

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