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Re: kitchen & anemone

Saw the photo of the anemone, Kitty.
    Printed out a copy for my files so I can keep it in mind while looking
through catalogs. Thanks for posting it for us to see.
    Also saw the photos of your kitchen. If you got all that and labor for
under $5000 you got a steal... headaches or no. We are in the middle of
making decisions here about the kitchen. I had everything new installed a
bit over 20 years ago. Appliances are now shot, cabinets are wearing out on
three of the most used doors. A few are faded from the afternoon sun.
Wonderful hand crafted solid oak customs from Schmidt. Can not now afford
them from the same company. JoAn knows what she wants, but ...... we will
just have to see where things go. A kitchen is the most expensive room in
the house.
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana

----- Original Message -----
From: "Kitty" <kmrsy@comcast.net>
> OK, by now most of you probably think I got really taken by Craig the
> Cabinet guy and that my kitchen is a wreck falling apart at the seems.  So
> have posted pictures if you care to see them.  It's not as bad as I've
> making it sound.  (With the kitchen photos I've included a photo of
> 'Bodnant Burgundy')
> For the grand total of $4800, Craig:
> http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/kmrsy/album?.dir=/8da6
> Maybe a do-it-yourselfer could have done it for less, but I'm not that
> talented.  I'm pretty darned sure that a more reputable craftsman would
> charged me a lot more for this kitchen, but that's all I could afford.  So
> it may not be perfect, but I'm reasonably satisfied.
> Kitty

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