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Re: OT: grumble, grumble

I agree dear, but I'm not a big salt fan in general.  I don't go
through a whole shaker of it in a year.

On 5/25/05, Theresa <tchessie@comcast.net> wrote:
> Oh yuck-  salt just ruins a perfectly good margarita.  The bookcase is
> too tall to fit through the window opening (even if you took the window
> out- which you wouldn't since it is bricked into place).  So, short of
> knocking out part of a wall- no go!  I am certain there must be another
> bookcase with glass doors somewhere in the world that will fit in the door.
> Theresa
> Donna wrote:
> >Did you think of all the possibilities before returning the bookcase? Why
> >doesn't it fit? Got a window you can take out to get it in? A few houses
> >ago, couch wouldn't make the turn- took out the front picture window to get
> >it in....
> >
> >Donna
> >Ps- gotta have salt with the margarita!
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >>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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Pam Evans
Kemp TX
zone 8A

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