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Old 06-10-2010, 10:30 AM   #1
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Default Sharing spaces or do cats really own the world?

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susie: You obviously have much more storage than I do.
Either that or I have fewer cd/dvds...'-}}

I discovered that the 3 drawer storage thingies I have are no longer being made which is really disappointing because the drawers were exactly the right width for storing cd/dvds with no wasted space, they fit under a table and have wheels. The two I have now are just about full and I was thinking of getting at least one more. Oh well...all good things come to an end...'-}}


>>A year ago, I moved from my big four bedroom house to a much smaller townhome. I had had enough of all the maintenance that goes with a big house.

I can well imagine. I didn't realized you had moved. I've always found it sort of funny that my small one bedroom apt I rented in DC actually had more storage space than my condo here in VA which is a one bedroom and den and my living room and kitchen are 2 to 3 times larger than those rooms in my apt in the city...

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