We've been redoing our kitchen and it's posed some particular challenges along the way. The basics, like no water or sink for a few days, cupboard contents all over the kitchen table, and then putting everything back. Well, almost everything. You see, I made a deal with myself as I pulled all the
It's been super easy with most things and just a quick trip with items to the curb and soon some happy neighbor who does think they'll use and/or love them takes them home.
Trouble is, it gets complicated when it comes to the set of china we received for our wedding. We never ever use it. It's simply too much trouble, all that getting it down from the top shelf, and then having to hand wash it. Plus, we're hardly fancy folk.
So, what to do, what to do...we don't use it or love it. I will say I like it and think it's pretty, just not enough to make up for the trouble of using it.
Perhaps china is something that was precious only to previous generations, perhaps I'm crazy...or lazy.
Dunno...but the one thing I do know is that it somehow found its way back to the tip top of the cabinets, so don't go and scour my curb for fine china. You'll be wasting your time.
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