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Saturday, February 26, 2011

I'm Considering Remodelling





Do you think Abby or Ann had this in their rumpus room?


6 comments:

  1. I'm guessing Ann.

    Abby's would have an open bottle and cocktail glasses on the side table.

    I'm changing my name to "Nubby Olefin Tweed."

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  2. My grandmother had a set like this in a spare bedroom. She kept religious statues and a sick call set on the corner table and used this as a prayer room. The covers were a large and somewhat abstract floral print with red and green on a black background. I spent many occasion kneeling in front of it.

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  3. okay nubby, whatever you say.

    hayward, maybe it's time to recreate gram's shrine and.....no, forget the shrine, but do revisit that kneeling thing.

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  4. I never understood. Back in the day you could NEVEH invite a girl (if you were a boy, or vise versa) to sit with you on your bed, yet it was perfectly fine to invite them to sit with you on this bed, designed to "look" like a couch, simply because it had bolsters.

    Luckily I had not resistance from my parents at all when it came to getting another guy on a bed...

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  5. "Do you think Abby or Ann had this in their rumpus room?"
    No, but WE did in 60's/70's Long Island, in a navy blue and gray plaid print slipcover. Oh those bolsters, I miss them sooooo!

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