You’ve just come home and have found that your dining room table has been replaced by what? Who put it there? Will you keep it?
Another curio cabinet! I am surrounded by “memorabilia” collectors. They can keep it; I am leaving.
I would assume it would be replaced by another dining room table. Nothing else would really work there. Actually I wish somebody would move it all to a nice retirement apartment and I wouldn’t have to deal with it.
Right! Leaving them there to deal with it would make me happy.
A weaving loom, put there by my hubby as an early anniversary gift. Absolutely, I’m keeping it!
How great! One our daughters is a weaver – but she does have her floor loom in their family room. 8^)
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