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Kelsgarden said…
carpet is in the same category as paint in the hierarchy of projects - someone back me up here . . .

and moving cabinets is NOT the same as tearing out walls . . .
Woodchuck said…
I can't read you!!!! nananananannnaaa!
Travel said…
Carpet is easy, pick what you want, and pay someone to remove the old and install the new. Paint is actually the harder if you try to do it yourself. Last time we called in a painter for an estimate and I stood there thinking "there is no way I'd be willing to paint those 12 foot high walls for that price." Much easier if someone else does it.

DG
WickedHamster said…
The best thing was that DG thought it was going to be more expensive that it was. He said he's pay up to a certain amount and I'd pay for anything over that. The painting ended up costing me $7. Tee-hee-hee-hee!!! I'm such a shrewd and wicked hamster!

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