The piano and the fridge are gone, the washing machine is on the porch, and the Kalamazoo is in the old kitchen.
But I have decided to let it go. It is a great old stove, and it really should be used, not just sit in the corner and be used as a catch all.
This is not how it usually looks, I cleaned all the junk off it for this picture. It is is great shape, no scratches, no dings, all the pieces parts are there.
If I had a log cabin somewhere in the woods, I would keep it. I can see it cranking out the heat, and biscuits coming out of the oven.
But I don't, and a cabin isn't in my future. At least, I don't think it is.
So it is for sale. I just put it on Craig's List and on Ebay. We'll see what happens.
52 hours after they arrived, the kids have gone home. I came home and had a glass of wine before dinner.
I would have a second one, but I know it would put me to sleep. I am such a cheap date.
I am going to knit a little and watch J-Lo have her melt down on American Idol. Hey, it's good for ratings.
Tomorrow we are expecting another storm. Hallelujah.
Spring is coming, no matter what.
You can't fool me.