Friday, April 5, 2019

Good Money After Bad

Tweaking the unfitted kitchen in response to a sequence of minor changes, I ordered a high-tech version of the tinny ArtDeco old school kitchen cart on wheels. The new rig, part of the line of sturdy epoxy-coated modular wire racks, was ideal for its purposes but seemed to kill the room. I let it float for a week, and Cook picked up a gaspingly expensive silicone baking mat to ameliorate the slick metal top shelf of the cart. That was all it took to integrate the cart with the room. 

Embroidery expert Erica Wilson pointed out that if one makes a mistake, it's sensible to go ahead and finish the project. Often completing a work buries the error -30-

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