Ideals for Monday

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Ideals for Monday
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Mon, 10-28-2013 - 9:50am

What is your ideal trip or destination

What is your ideal kitchen

What does the ideal spouse/so look like

 

 

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Mon, 10-28-2013 - 9:57am

jamblessedthree wrote:
<p>What is your ideal trip or destination</p><p>What is your ideal kitchen</p><p>What does the ideal spouse/so look like</p>

Italy.  Domestic travel would be NYC or nearby, You can never get too much of that, Lol.  Country kitchen with sage cabinets (fell in love with that color taken from a BH&G spread the other day), granite countertops.  Warm and sensitive with a little humor on the side, Hard working and intelligent. 

 

 

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Mon, 10-28-2013 - 10:05am

What is your ideal trip or destination

Oh, I can't pick just one. Italy, Greece, France, Bora Bora, Tahiti, Fiji Islands, Australia.

What is your ideal kitchen

I love my kitchen but I would love a large one. One that has an "island" in the middle with chairs to sit at and eat.

What does the ideal spouse/so look like

I guess my hubby? lololol

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Mon, 10-28-2013 - 10:09am

I take it your husband is funny and brave, I mean karoke on the cruise?  What a guy...  Lol.  :-)

 


 


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Mon, 10-28-2013 - 10:10am

I take it your husband is funny and brave, I mean karoke on the cruise?  What a guy...  Lol.  :-)

VERY much so lol. He doesn't care what anyone thinks. He did it for fun and had a ball Laughing

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Mon, 10-28-2013 - 10:18am

What is your ideal trip or destination -- Oh, I dunno.  Something long and leisurely. Maybe 1/3 with extended family, 1/3 with just my family, and 1/3 with just me and dh. Key West is a possibility; Ireland; Italy; Tuscany.  Somewhere I could go and not have to worry about money, work, or anything "back home". And with good food and drink.

What is your ideal kitchen -- Professional cookware - like a huge professional cooktop, a pot filler over the stove, concealed pantry, A vitamix, a pasta machine, a center island or bar where I could prep/cook and talk to guests.  Oh and a maid to clean it all up!

What does the ideal spouse/so look like -- Appearances aren't as important as "content".  And mine's pretty close to ideal.  Close enough that there's nothing to be gained by speculating further.

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Mon, 10-28-2013 - 10:18am

Haha, and good for him. I love your kitchen by the way and I think we have similar taste in granite type/style. We had an island once when we lived in Texas, You have to have the room for an island, yes. 

 


 


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Mon, 10-28-2013 - 10:20am

My brother has an industrial type kitchen, huge commercial type stove/oven and refrigerator.  They have the money for that, I can't get past spending more than 1000.00 for some appliances, Lol. 

 


 


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Mon, 10-28-2013 - 10:22am

Haha, and good for him. I love your kitchen by the way and I think we have similar taste in granite type/style. We had an island once when we lived in Texas, You have to have the room for an island, yes. 

Thanks, yeah I love the granite. So easy to clean. 

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Mon, 10-28-2013 - 10:30am

What is your ideal trip or destination?   Well, I would very much like to go into outer space, and still have dreams about it, but it's looking less likely that there will be affordable commercial opportunities before I am too old to go.  DH and I sit down every year and plan out an "ideal trip" for that year, and while there are many places I would like to go that we haven't been, this year's summer trip is on our minds.  We are going to visit the eastern provinces of Canada, coming into the country in Thunder Bay, Ontario, and driving through parts of Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Labrador, Newfoundland, and Prince Edward Island.  Probably come home through New England with weekends in Boston and New York.

What is your ideal kitchen?   Ours is ideal enough.  It's a large, eat-in kitchen with an island for prep work, a baking center, a coffee making area, and a table and chairs, also a desk to pay bills and plan meals and stuff.  Room for two refrigerators. The laundry room is right off the kitchen, which I really like.  It could probably use some updating in terms of "style," and I don't have a fancy stove, but I can live with that.

What does the ideal spouse/so look like?   I think that probably differs with each couple.  I'm happy with mine for me.

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Mon, 10-28-2013 - 10:36am

What is your ideal trip or destination Rome, always. I have loved that place since I was a kid.

What is your ideal kitchen Large and with a Viking or other professional stove with 6 burners, built-in griddle and 2 ovens. 

What does the ideal spouse/so look like Looks don't really enter into my ideals when it comes to a spouse. We all get old and wrinkled one day, if we are lucky anyway. As for men I consider attractive just looks-wise they span a huge range.

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