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Re: OT: grumble, grumble


Wouldn't make the turn in the hall to fit in the door.  These were not 
able to be taken apart without destroying them (trust me I looked), and 
too long to tilt on end to get through the door.  This weekend, I'll got 
bookshelf hunting again....

Theresa

Chapel Ridge Wal Mart National Hearing Center wrote:

>Theresa,
>It wouldn't fit IN THE ROOM or it wouldn't fit THROUGH THE DOOR?
>I have a couple of large office work tables in my HO that are invaluable,
>but I had to take them apart to fit through the door and then reassemble
>them.  Is that a possibility?
>If it just is too big to fit in the room, check back with the furniture
>store, or better yet, with the manufacturer.  Often they make many matching
>pieces in a particular line, but not every dealer picks up and carries every
>piece.  They may make the bookcase in another size.  Maybe you could have
>your store order it for you.
>
>Kitty
>
>----- Original Message ----- 
>From: "Theresa" <tchessie@comcast.net>
>To: "GardenChat" <gardenchat@hort.net>
>Sent: Tuesday, May 24, 2005 7:38 PM
>Subject: [CHAT] OT: grumble, grumble
>
>
>  
>
>>So, now that I've laughed enough to be social again- thought I'd vent to
>>you all.  I took the morning off from work to get my furniture for my
>>home office delivered.  A wonderful bookcase with glass doors and a
>>computer armoire (so I can hide the giant mess).  So, they come and
>>deliver the armoire and announce that the bookcase will not go into my
>>office.  I made them take it off the truck and try anyway- but they were
>>right!  ARGHHH!  I loved that bookcase- that was the whole point of
>>getting the armoire, so that it matched!  So, I had to send them and the
>>bookcase away.  After initially being so @#$#%#@@$ that I was going to
>>send everything back, I to a moment and calmed down and decided to keep
>>the armoire  and hunt for another bookcase later.
>>
>>So- my DH is still in Mexico (although he apparently has an upper
>>respiratory infection, so he is whining way too much and he can't scuba
>>dive- which is what he went on the trip for), and in the mean time all
>>umpteen zillion books that were in my office are now all over his desk
>>and floor in his office. He'll just be delighted with this when he gets
>>home of Thursday....
>>
>>I need either chocolate, a strong margarita (no salt), or perhaps that
>>lovely vanilla flavored cognac Chris introduced me to.....
>>
>>Thanks for letting me b----
>>
>>Theresa
>>
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