Re: Mending clothes by hand
- From: "Mary Fisher" <mary.fisher@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2008 10:49:48 +0100
"Joy Beeson" <jbeeson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On Mon, 21 Apr 2008 09:26:46 -0700, Pogonip <nobody3@xxxxxxxxxxx>
*sigh* You're a luddite? OK, you sew by hand, and knit by hand....do
you own a food processor but never use it?
<checks cupboard> Yes.
I think I'd use the blender, if I could remember where I put it.
Our kitchen is so small that there's only one cupboard and it's used for
small things which won't fit into drawers. Only five of those too ... The
meat press lives on a very high shelf because it's only used about once a
month and takes up a lot of room. The mixer has to be on the counter. The
newly acquired microwave had to have a shelf rack built round it to
accommodate the things which used to be where the oven now sits.
When my cooker gave up the ghost Spouse insisted on a 90cm job to replace
it. Very nice to use but to fit it in necessitated translocating the (slim)
dishwasher and washing machine.
Our small steps are used a lot :-)
He's been talking about extending the kitchen for forty years but in a way I
like having almost everything within arm's reach :-)
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