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Saturday, September 29, 2012
OMG, I Married A Bedroom Set.
When I got married almost 15 years ago (anniversary coming up soon), not only did I get a husband, but I also got a complete bedroom set -- one that I had absolutely nothing to do with selecting!!! It was his, and it was ok, but it wasn't what I would have chosen. I, on the other hand, had a bunch of separate things that we used in various rooms of our house. "His" bedroom set consists of a beige Scandinavian style "man's" hutch, a "woman's" dresser" and a platform style bed with attached shelf headboard and two attached side tables. This furniture weighs a ton, and it's there, so how can I justify moving it or buying new when it is perfectly functional, and nobody sees it but the two of us and our two kids? It's a frustrating mini-dilemma, and definitely a case of "the cobbler's children not having any shoes" so I guess I'll just have to keep dreaming about my perfect bedroom for now. Here's a look at what it might be like...(the Marilyn picture is just for some glamorous fun!).