[Sca-cooks] Tall cabinets and short people

Susan Fox selene at earthlink.net
Tue Jul 1 12:19:30 PDT 2008

Indoors.  And maybe I'll just put glass in the doors for a display 
area;  open shelves in earthquake country is just an engraved invitation 
to breakage.  Rueful memories of 1994, which is why we don't have 
ancestral china nor crystal.  But there's cool new stuff to be sure, 
made by people we love.

Many thanks,

Pat Griffin wrote:
> Remove the doors, and put silk plants, or decorative pottery, or knick
> knacks, or great-grand-mother's-china and crystal there.  If they are on
> outside walls, and you have a very handy handyperson around, knock out some
> new windows...
> Lady Anne du Bosc Known as Mordonna The Cook
> (at 5' 4" and getting shorter I share your pain.)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Susan Fox [mailto:selene at earthlink.net] 
> Selene cried in frustration:
> Okay, what *should* I do with all these kitchen cabinets that are over 8 
> feet off the ground?  I surely cannot use them for any items I use a 
> lot.  Waaah.
> Selene [with a new stepladder]

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