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August 25, 2005



A licensed bartender! That's a total riot.

As for the ladder -- can you open up the hatchback and rest it on the dashboard and let it hang out the back? with lots of towels underneath for padding it might work.


Barbara, that's fabulous! I had a terrific student teacher once who ended up getting a job as bartender after he graduated because the pay was way better than as a teacher.

Kim Conner

Glad to hear you're doing well in the new house. Check out Window World in Greenville. They are advertising any size thermal-pane window installed for $189. They may have a location in Charlotte.


Regarding replacement windows--have you considered getting good quality storm windows instead? We've got a 100-year old house and have the original windows and storm windows work just fine. There's one brand of storm window that is perfectly flat and doesn't look like a storm window and we're in the process of replacing the old storms with those. Let me know if you're interested and I'll send you the information on them.


I fell in love with Stria but haven't actually used it yet. Can't wait to see how yours turns out. Bartending school sounds like so much fun!


Hmmm, licensed bartender. That sounds like a blast. Imagine what fun you'd be at parties :)



Home Depot DOES deliver. In Massachusetts you can even rent their little trucks for reasonable money for a couple of hours.

Yes, bartending school sounds great. ALways good to add skills.


A barkeep! How awesome.

HD does deliver. Usually.

Can't believe you are unpacked. We've been in our house for 9 months and aren't REMOTELY unpacked. I bow to thee, moving goddess.

P.S. Shout out to you in latest blog entry re: asheville area yarn stores. Yay!


Welcome to the world of liquor and really weird names that all describe the same drink.

Roy Crawford

Hey, Barbara, I'm sure that if you turn on your charm to the right guy at HD, he'll deliver that ladder - if even on his own time! Cheers, R.

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  • Dale "Gerbera"
    Started 1/25/06
  • Cellini Jacket
    Pattern designed for me at ArtFibers in San Francisco. Using their Cellini yarn, a cotton/synthetic boucle. Started October 2005. Currently on hold until warmer weather.
  • Floral Tree Skirt
    From Melanie Falick's Handknit Holidays, this design is by Michele Rose Orne. Using Manos del Uruguay assorted colors. Started 10/31/05. I missed Christmas '05, now working to finish for Christmas '06

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