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Depot Kitchen Furniture
- May include storage furniture for storing food related items or tableware such as bakers racks, wine racks and pot racks. Kitchen carts and islands are (sometimes moveable) pieces of furniture used for preparing or serving food.
- A place where buses, trains, or other vehicles are housed and maintained and from which they are dispatched for service
- storehouse: a depository for goods; "storehouses were built close to the docks"
- A railroad or bus station
- A place for the storage of large quantities of equipment, food, or some other commodity
- terminal: station where transport vehicles load or unload passengers or goods
- DEPOT is an acronym for Distributed Ensemble of Pages that is Outage Tolerant. It is an open source project, developed at IIT Bombay.
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This post is going to be all over the place. It's going to be a full day update. Good luck keeping up, loves♥
So, today was the doctors appointment. It was... tolerable. I didn't get poked, prodded or PAPed. We found out that right now, our main concern is to be sure that I am, in fact, ovulating. So, the plan, starting the day after the end of my next period, is to start testing ovulation every two to three days.
He also said that eating properly and exercising will definitely improve our chances. Although, I have PCOS, he doesn't see it being an issue at this moment. My periods are coming fairly regularly, so not a concern, unless I am not ovulating.
After the doctors, we ventured to Home Depot, where we spent over $400. We picked out a new green for our room. This one isn't quite as bright. We didn't buy gallons, yet. Instead, we bought the $3 samples of paint & primer in one in both colors, the Willow Herb from yesterday and the new green from today. We just want to be sure that the colors we picked will cover the red that the room is currently painted before we wasted a shit ton of money on buying a shit ton of paint that we can't actually use or return.
We also bought our new flooring for our new bedroom, padding stuff for underneath the new flooring for our bedroom and a new lawn mower. Tommy and I are hoping to start painting on Sunday, which means that by Wednesday, he and Gary can start installing our new floor. From there, we'll be actually purchasing furniture and we should be into our new room within two weeks!
After Home Depot, we went to The Gallery Deli, which is one of my favorite restaurants. It is this awesome deli that names it's sandwiches after people/things in the area. I love it. Plus, they're super yummy, too. Tommy and I feasted on sandwiches and relaxed. They were extra delicious since it was the first time I had eaten today. Between nerves and being scared this morning because of the doctors, I just wasn't hungry and by the time we got to lunch, it was like 3:30/4.
After lunch, we headed home. Tommy cut the grass, finally, and I cleaned the kitchen (and, even did DISHES by HAND!). We went to Target around 7 and wandered around and somehow spent over $100.
At Target, we got two book shelves for the living room and for me, Tommy got me a new bra (being returned), two tank tops, undies, a sports bra, a Tigers shirt (being returned, since I'm ordering my "ROBINSON 09" jersey tomorrow!!!), a new purse and a new wallet. I love booboo presents, especially when there are no booboos.
We made it home around 9, made french bread pizzas for dinner and put together my new bookshelves while watching 90210 and now Accidentally on Purpose.
my floor...after two and a half weeks of care! if your room floods, we recommend the following procedures for floor awesomeness:
1) move all of your furniture out of your room. turn anything that wicked up the water on its side so it doesn't mold.
2) rent a machine from home depot and try to clean your carpet. when you realize that it still smells like mold and hell and doesn't dry, proceed to step 3.
3) get out the scissors and cut up your carpet into manageable pieces. drag these to the dumpster while still wearing your business casual corporate hell clothes.
4) sweep, then mop, then sweep, then mop again all of the mud/dirt that seeped up with the water
5) wait a week for the property service technicians to dry-lock your wall...and forget about the leak in your closet
6) re-paint over the dry-lock on your wall with your wall paint. chip off any excess dry-lock on your floor
7) re-paint the edging of your floor. paint the floor dry-lock to match; re-paint your floor base (black, in this case). do a second edging coat, then a second floor coat.
8) realize that your room is oddly shaped, and that squares and diamonds simply will not do. chalk out straight lines at random to create an alice in wonderland meets aleister crowley look.
9) sweep again.
10) make masking tape borders for the areas that you would like to paint with the alternate color--in this case, copper.
11) try rolling on the copper acrylic that you've selected. when you realize that this is too thick and utterly pointless after painting a few squares, go ahead and try to mop it up. when you realize that it dries really fast, wash off your mop.
12) mix the rest of the paint that you tried to roll on with a little bit of water. grab a sponge from the kitchen and sponge it on.
13) re-paint the squares that you messed up with black.
14) re-sponge and touch-up three times. you're anal.
15) when everything looks awesome, pull up the tape...and a good amount of your base with it. shit.
16) eff, now you have to retouch the black again. twice.
17) sweep again.
18) when everything looks awesome...again. wait for your property manager to drop off a giant bucket of varathane: a lavenderish, milky coating that looks like pixy snot.
19) varathane the edges with a varathane brush.
20) varathane the floor with a normal paint roller. it dries pretty fast...no need to be even. ahhh.
21) re-varathane both edges and floor again.
22) wait for it to dry. sweep and mop again.
23) convince your roommates to help you move your large items back into your room. realize that the bottoms of some of your pieces have molded. cry, then wipe them down with clorox wipes.
24) take your sweet ass time resetting up! you have a bed again, and a sweet sweet floor!
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