I've been trying to avoid LJLC'S allusions to the "new appliance", but today is it-- Oops! I did it again- At restaurants (rarely go) I always wish I had ordered what the person next to me has chosen- and my learning style is "do it wrong first"-- but this time, I really went overboard!!!You recall I picked out the new fridge in a panic-- it arrived on Wed- "it" was a MONSTER
! Our so called kitchen is of the galley type, and this freaking huge fridge took over the whole space-- see in the picture, how it extends way beyond the countertop, and over the rug and up to the now cut out shelves--- I swear it didn't look that big in the gigantic show room-- and it came with a hefty price tag!! The cadillac of frigidaires!! So after the delivery men left, huffing, puffing, and cursing, I felt a sense of dread and doom--- it was just too big , spatially and financially- Ever loving Frank, sensing my displeasure, offered to go back to Rogers to see if we could exchange it--- Yes, I told him, you go, blame it all on me, but I just can't go back there- I'm much to0 embarrassed and ashamed-- I promise, whatever you choose, will be fine, I won't complain, just get rid of this monstrosity, please, pick something smaller, and cheaper, I promise I won't complain-- I'll just be so relieved--- Down he goes, comes home-- says- you need to pick out another one-- I respond -NO NO- I'm too ashamed, can't you make a decision without me!!! Just get one like our old one!! How hard can that be?? %$$**& So he did, and they brought it yesterday--------- and I can't take a picture of it because i want to cry whenever I look at it and realize that for the next ten years, at least, I'll have to somehow find room in that tiny little %%(%))_)&(&( !!!!! The good news, mini-frig
was 1500 dollars LESS !!!!! But those cut wide open mortally wounded shelves are gaping wounds, reminders of my _______________ What IS the lesson-- don't be too cruel!!