When I moved into my new condominium, I knew that I'd need a china cabinet. Fortunately for me, I found just the thing on Craig's List in Toledo. Between me, Frank, and a host of aged manual laborers from Bethany Community Fellowship church, we got the cabinet into a U-Haul truck, carted it from Perrysburg back to Sylvania, and from there down to Columbus. Unloading it was just as much fun as Frank and John could stand for one day - Frank said his fun meter was pegged out for the week, and John didn't care to see the cabinet again.
|John, the Curio Cabinet, and Frank|
I filled the cabinet last week, and took a few pictures of it. Here it is, with the initial display. Virtually all the items inside the cabinet are inherited from my grandparents, and most all of these items have a story of some sort behind them.
Now all I have to do is pack up my bedroom, my kitchen, have an estate sale, get my brother's furniture up to Rice Lake, Wisconsin (road trip anyone?), and sell the place. Then I'll be done.