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Re: IKEA Kitchen

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On 1/4/2015 nickycat said: Posh pairs, your kitchen sounds beautiful. Very affordable. I was also thinking of a medium brown. Why do you now wish you had gotten white? I was thinking that white would be so hard to keep clean. I love the medium brown and bought because I was afraid the white would get too dirty, because of the small kitchen, which isn't an open space. But, I also think the white would make my kitchen look bigger. I'm in an older 1955 ranch house and my kitchen is on the north side of the house with only one window, so it's rather dark. But, I do love the medium brown. If ... Continue Reading

 

Re: IKEA Kitchen

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Re: IKEA Kitchen

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I have a small 12 x 15 kitchen and redid it in IKEA in 2010. The cost of the cabinets, drawers and hardware was a little over $6,000.00. I got the medium brown, but wish I had gotten white, but too late now! Included with the cabinets was a pantry with pull out shelves. They are guaranteed for 25 years, but the strange thing is, is all the boxes had "made in Italy" on them. I had contractors install. I also got my countertops (grey) from them and my island, but put a wild looking granite with ivory, black, grey and orange to go on top of that. It was left over granite from a big job and I pai... Continue Reading

 

Re: Cancer survivors

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I had estrogen receptive cancer in 2005, had a lumpectomy and took Femara for 5 years. In May, 2013, after a mammogram and biopsy, it was discovered I had cancer caused by estrogen, progesterone and HER2. I had another lumpectomy and 4 rounds of 3 different chemos every 3 weeks, then 13 rounds of Herceptin for the HER2, then 18 rounds of radiation. My last treatment was July15th. I have to see my oncologist 1 month and then my surgeon in 3 months for the next 2 years. I've had a bone scan and no signs of bone cancer, but because the Herceptin can do heart damage, I've had an echocardiogram ev... Continue Reading

 

Re: Disappointing Beauty Box

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I get Ipsy and Birch Box and am canceling both. Usually just one time samples, so decided to save myself $20.00 a month. Continue Reading

 

Re: Something said on LR Show last night about handbag really made me stop and think...

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My daughter is a vegetarian and even has a Vegetarian Blog on Word Press, called Peppertree. She has been a vegetarian for over 20 years and has absolutely nothing leather or any type of animal meat in her home. When they were living in D.C., we went out to dinner and I ordered crab cakes and brought one home boxed. When I put it in her fridge, she said that's the first time she had ever had an animal in there. She dresses very cute and has never worn leather shoes or handbags in those 20 years. She's 46. I usually eat vegetarian when I visit and have no problem with it. I do not eat re... Continue Reading

 

Re: Well, QVC finally acknowleged my return, but.....I'm in shock!!

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On things I have returned, I am sent an e-mail saying they will credit my account and it will show up on my next statement of the one after that. It depends on when you returned, according to their accounting system. I've always gotten credit back, but am always charged the return fee, which is on their shipping form. I did order a white shirt, received a white cami, totally not what I ordered and am waiting to see what I am credited on it. The shirt was around $37.00, the cami was $14.00. Customer service assured me I would receive the $37.00 credit, plus shipping and handling credit. A... Continue Reading

 

Re: Why is it OK for men to just go grey?

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On 2/16/2014 Miss Lizzie said: On 2/15/2014 poshparis said: I have colored my hair since I was in my 30's, not because of gray, but because my hair was a dishwasher blonde. I am just finishing up my chemo and my hair is growing out gray, about 1/4" right now. The sides are actually white. It hasn't grown enough to tell just what this new hair will look like, but I might keep it, if it looks good. My Mother was 82 when she died and had dark brown hair to the end. It has almost been a blessing to start over again with brand new hair. I'm at a place in my life where I'm going to enjoy myself and... Continue Reading

 

Re: Why is it OK for men to just go grey?

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I have colored my hair since I was in my 30's, not because of gray, but because my hair was a dishwasher blonde. I am just finishing up my chemo and my hair is growing out gray, about 1/4" right now. The sides are actually white. It hasn't grown enough to tell just what this new hair will look like, but I might keep it, if it looks good. My Mother was 82 when she died and had dark brown hair to the end. It has almost been a blessing to start over again with brand new hair. I'm at a place in my life where I'm going to enjoy myself and if that means embracing gray hair, so be it. Continue Reading

 

Re: Love Edward Bess

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On 2/14/2014 RedConvertibleGirl said: Never in my life have I had hair as nice as his. I'm jealous. Me too. Beautiful hair. Continue Reading

 
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