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Robert MITIFFIOT
usually exchange them. either with frienda or in garage sales. However always keep a bookshelf of books that i like best
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memphisbound
I keep the ones I loved, give to the local library for book sales or garage sale them.
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sfskies
Photo shows the remains of the giant concrete-topped island that separated my expansive galley kitchen from the great room (living/dining) after remediation was completed following major water damage from major roof leaks. I returned from 2 weeks at a conference and research trip, collapsed into bed and found water everywhere when I awoke. There had been heavy rains while I was away, with the topper the night I returned.

The roof has been replaced. I have chosen a contractor and have spoken with his cabinetmaker whose estimate will be used in negotiations between the insurance adjuster and the contractor. Insurance covers the cost of replacement of damaged or demolished structures and features with same or similar construction. That leaves lots of possibilities for upgrades as long as we stay within the budget.

This is obviously an unplanned project and NOT recommended. I have already done some maintenance projects this year and have other ongoing projects.

This is also an opportunity to purge stuff that I no longer need, want, etc.
September 7, 2014 at 10:43AM   
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officialeboni
We are in the construction stage of our first 'home'! (buildingournvhome.blogspot.com)
September 10, 2014 at 6:35AM   
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