Odd that you mention that. I was going to. I wrote up a little piece then
hit the continue button and the next page wanted me to register provide
email and set up a account stuff that I wasn't into doing. My spam blocker
is working ot now as it is.
LOL i never said you werent a good person.
i just know how it would go with my wife. and believe me, if i would buy her
a vacum anywhere near her birthday i wouldnt be able to type this. *grin*
and i dont blame you for making sure your not out gunned
On Tue, 21 Feb 2006 22:24:41 -0500, "Christopher Thompson"
I bought my wife a big-ass Dremel kit for Christmas....
it was her favorite present...
Christmas is for toys, right??
(she got me a lathe tool that I've been wanting but was too cheap to buy)
Most women would be pretty ticked at getting a household cleaning
product as a present!! Most guys would be dead meat!!
I have a central vac system installed in my house. Still gotta vacuum
as normal but all exhaust goes outside rather than through a filter and
back into the house. Plus it pulls up the dog hair and far more dirt
than I could ever get with an upright. Expensive but well worth every
You can take the central vac with you if you move. Thats the main cost
if you do the install labor yourself. That involves putting PVC pipe
down the interior walls and usually routed to the garage where the vac
itself mounts on the wall.
I put it in at the other house. This one is all one level and no cellar so
it would have to go in a closet and run the pvc up into the attic then down
into the rooms. Don't know if the getting is worth the going. She's been
talking about going to DC for a week with a couple of her girl friends.
Maybe I'll spring for the hotel room.
hmm... that gives you a little over a week to find a nice board & breakfast
place and make a reservation for you two...
No, no, no. Never ever a bread/board and breakfast. We try it a couple of
times and didn't like it at all. Common bathroom down the hall, guy farting
in the next room, up early to eat. I don't like the regiment that a B&B
impose's, like to do what I want when I want.Overnight trips require a hotel
that allows the wifes dog. The dog travels with us all the time.
hmm.. not our experience at all... must be a right coast thing... (maybe the Bob
Last couple we went to were rooms with full bath, one had a spa in the room...
Breakfast was until 11 am in both places, I think...
I don't do breakfast, so I know we did "brunch" in both places..
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