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Tag Archives: repairs
Nothing in Cordelia’s Mom’s world ever goes exactly right – and I’m sure that’s why everyone loves this blog so much. It’s always so entertaining and makes you all feel so much better about your own lives. You will … Continue reading
Superstition holds that bad (or unlucky) things always come in threes. First, my desk chair broke on the day our kitchen pipes froze. I had to order a new chair. Which, by the way, I love. Then, my computer began exhibiting … Continue reading
Originally posted on Chasing Unicorns:
You can do anything with one of these. Most home repair jobs can be handled without hiring professional help. All it requires is a certain attitude. First you have to believe in your ability to…
Did you think we were done with construction posts? No such luck in my world. Enjoy your weekend, everyone! Imagine sitting in your new, beautiful kitchen which had been renovated after the walls and ceiling were damaged by ice backup during the prior winter’s … Continue reading