Of course, there are no chairs. Details.

The Lorso and I spent ALL OUR LIVES DAY procuring this fine piece of dining enjoyment:

dining table

I am a little bit in love with it, as it now means we can have more than one other person over for dinner without having to balance Chinet plates in our laps. Also, it makes me feel like a grown up. Which admittedly is not always a great feeling, but in this case it is.

Plus, whatever you think we paid for it, it was less than that. For real. We got it at a “Scratch and Dent”-type place, and once you make sure the good side is to the living room, VOILA. A table like real people have.

Who’s coming over for dinner*?

*Table has not improved my cooking skills.


1 Ginny { 04.12.08 at 4:56 pm }

okay, so I’ll volunteer to try out the table. Do I need to BMOC that is, bring my own chair? Should I bring a sandwich too? It’s the company I come for anyway!

2 Rebekah { 04.12.08 at 5:07 pm }

impressive! you may now be too grown up for our rickety, water-stained, hand-me-down, transformer table. so we will just have to bring our chairs and eat at your house for future get-togethers. :)

3 Ashley { 04.12.08 at 7:05 pm }

Jesus was scratched and dented for you.

4 racher { 04.12.08 at 7:09 pm }

Ginny – once again, a better title for a post has come in the comment section “BYOCAS: Bring Your Own Chair and Sandwich” would have been much funnier

Rebekah – Your table is a TRANSFORMER? That is way cooler than our table.

Ashley – You seminary people. Always bringing Jesus into EVERYTHING.

5 Don Mills Diva { 04.14.08 at 2:01 pm }

Love it – what time should I be there?

(make sure you have lots of wine)

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