jfk66


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leslieazz
Cliff Young ltd.
March 21, 2014 at 11:44pm   
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jfk66
I just looked at their website and fell in love with their chairs and barstools. They look very expensive, however.
July 1, 2014 at 4:07am   
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ladyrob1
Thirty years on.... four dogs and fifteen felines later....very happy houzz!
on Tuesday at 6:09pm     
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msboc
My dogs are allowed on the bed, but not on any other furniture. I have dog beds all around the house in other rooms.
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jfk66
Even though I shared places off campus during college, I think of my first apartment as that of my own that I got when I graduated. In those days, one could get a one bedroom in Boston when making entry level salaries. It had a tiny kitchen with no counters or drawers for which I made a Marimekko curtain and put up a pegboard and hooks for storage. I had a clawfoot tub and a big entry where I put a Door store desk made from a piece of wood. I had industrial shelving for bookcases, all before IKEA. I thought it was the greatest but my parents were horrified. Right after I moved out, thieves broke right through the door of the next tenant.
June 22, 2014 at 4:33am   
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wickedxx
My first apartment was with my sister. I was 18. I wanted to move out! My dad agreed if I lived with my sister. We split the rent and all the bills. It was a two bedroom, she got the master with the ensuite. I didn't care at the time. After a year we both moved out and I got my own apartment in the same building.
I never wanted a roommate after that. Didn't need one. I was pretty responsible paying the bills. Much cheaper to live off a paycheck back then (1978) and when i was at home my dad charged me a very high room and board, so I was trained to make my money stretch ( thanks dad ).
It was a decent building. I'm too snobby to live in run down places. It had a pool which I used a lot.
June 28, 2014 at 10:47pm   
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Cory
My first apartment was nothing special, but my grandparents' first "house" was in a converted boxcar. The food froze in the cupboards in the winter, but it had a REAL working bathroom! My grandma always says she married my grandpa for his bathroom. My husband and I had similar humble beginnings (but with central heat!), and we wouldn't trade them for all the money in the world.
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