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July 27, 2007


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How cool is this! Everything is right there (which is good for me because I'm always getting back up to get something I forgot!) and you can move it around without pulling a muscle. Awesome find :)


When and if I ever get back down to the City, and if I'm invited to your abode, will I be surrounded by a home completely furnished in bookshelf furniture?
The ingenuity of human minds just fasinates me. I wish I could be like that. I'm lucky if I can brush my teeth with the correct side of the toothbrush and put my underwear on right-side out and front in front. ;-)


All it's missing is a mini-cocktail bar and maybe a porta-potty! ;-)


alicia — It sounds like you've found your ideal writing/work station. I don't know the price, however...

rel — We've got only "old-fashioned" bookshelves. The abode would be quite a disappointment in the "bookshelf furniture" arena, but the books and company would make up for it. ;)

Alexandra — ROFL! I would love to see how the designer would work both a cocktail bar and porta-potty into this! What a challenge...what does one do now with spills and smells? ;)

Your unique perspective is much appreciated.

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