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Old 06-08-2015, 01:06 PM   #741
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I ordered this laundry cart since the laundry room in my future house is pretty far from the master bedroom. I can also use it to bring in groceries from the car.



I haven't ordered anything from Amazon for quite a while because I will be moving. However, it occurred to me that this one item also could be very useful during unpacking.

It's not a cheap cart at all, but I don't care! Fooey on frugality, this is my 67th birthday present from me to me...
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Do you have a moving date yet?
All will be revealed, in due time....

This is the last thing I ordered from Amazon. What was the last thing you (or others posting here) ordered from Amazon?
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Old 06-08-2015, 01:29 PM   #743
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Combo 4 pin / 7 pin trailer wiring adaptor so I can pull my utility trailer with my SUV, now that I don't have my F150 any more. Price match to the penny at the big mart, but I so love free delivery to my door on stuff like this.
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A book and a bark collar.
Before that was an attic fan.

I'd rather have gotten the cool laundry cart!
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Maybe you should try reading something that doesn't get you so worked up...
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Maybe you should try reading something that doesn't get you so worked up...
Hopefully a muzzle will not be next........................

Me, my last item was a vacuum cleaner belt...Oh the excitement when that arrived..
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I ordered this laundry cart since the laundry room in my future house is pretty far from the master bedroom. I can also use it to bring in groceries from the car.



I haven't ordered anything from Amazon for quite a while because I will be moving. However, it occurred to me that this one item also could be very useful during unpacking.

It's not a cheap cart at all, but I don't care! Fooey on frugality, this is my 67th birthday present from me to me...
You can ride it to Frank's house!
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You can ride it to Frank's house!
Wheee!!! I think it will be great for a lot of things.
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W2R, do the wheels seem like they would scratch wood flooring? I think my daughter would love one, having 5 children and a huge home. Of course, I can see the children going for rides in it. Hmmmm....


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I ordered a tiny St. Joseph statue to bury in the yard, so our house would sell. I'll let you know how it goes.
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I ordered a tiny St. Joseph statue to bury in the yard, so our house would sell. I'll let you know how it goes.
Really? I thought such traditions had gone by the wayside decades ago. I would like to see the effectivenes of St. Joe tested in a randomized controlled study.
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Really? I thought such traditions had gone by the wayside decades ago. I would like to see the effectivenes of St. Joe tested in a randomized controlled study.
But you also have to control for the direction it is pointed in. There is a great deal of debate about that.

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You are supposed to bury it upside down .
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Maybe you should try reading something that doesn't get you so worked up...

Don't worry, the collar is for DH.
I'll be sure to pass along how effective it is for when he disturbs my reading!
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My gosh, to keep up to date, I'd have to post on this thread an average of at least 2-3 times a week. :-)

I won't succumb though! (Today, ChromeCast hardware, Saturday some books, Sunday some music....)
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