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Unread 03-25-2008, 09:21 PM
Re-arranged the bedroom

It started out as just vacuuming. As I started to shift things around, I got into some weird zone. Pretty soon I am shoving this 500 pound bed of mine onto another wall, shifting night stands, and moving the TV to be centered with the bed. It got a little crazy, but in the end I have a new room!

In two weeks, I will be going to the castle, but when I get home, I will have a comfy room setup to enjoy!
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Unread 03-25-2008, 09:53 PM
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Surely, you're tired from that! I bet it looks beautiful and it sounds like it will be a wonderful room to enjoy during your recovery. I hope everything goes very smoothly!

s, Deb
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Unread 03-26-2008, 08:21 AM
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Thank you thank you!! Yeah I didnt think I would have liked the concept of it . My big 4-post bed used to sit at an angle from one far corner of the room - had a dramatic look as you walked in. Now that it is butted up to a wall, I actually like it more!
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Unread 03-26-2008, 08:34 AM
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spokesnwheels - Glad you got that out of your system BEFORE your surgery! My mom wanted to rearrange the livingroom about 4 weeks AFTER hers. She tried to get all of us kids to help but we refused hoping she would give up the idea. NOT MY MOM. She attempted to move the couch (a hide-a-bed) on her own and ended up in the emergency room. She ended up having surgery again 2 years later. We just couldn't keep her down. I have thought about that every time that I have wanted to do something I know I shouldn't be doing. Thanks, Mom!!

Enjoy your new bedroom!! I'm sure it will help in your recovery.
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Unread 03-26-2008, 08:48 AM
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HAHAHA.. you know.. My bedroom was done this past weekend..hehe so yeah I know where you are coming from..lol

I keep looking around and thinking..hmmm whats next?
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Unread 03-26-2008, 10:20 AM
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Spokesnwheels,
This could just be the beginning. Don't be surprised if you find the need to rearrange other parts of your life as well. I find I am rethinking and prioritizing my life very differently now. It almost feels like a new beginning. Life seems full of possibility and it is a wonderful feeling. Your "new" room makeover is a great start to a new you. Sending you warm thoughts for a speedy recovery.
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Unread 03-26-2008, 11:31 AM
Rearranging the bedroom is a great idea...

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Originally Posted by spokesnwheels
It started out as just vacuuming. As I started to shift things around, I got into some weird zone. Pretty soon I am shoving this 500 pound bed of mine onto another wall, shifting night stands, and moving the TV to be centered with the bed. It got a little crazy, but in the end I have a new room!

In two weeks, I will be going to the castle, but when I get home, I will have a comfy room setup to enjoy!
I am scheduled for a TVH on Mon. 3/31 and last weekend my hubby rearranged our room to make it more comfortable for me during my recovery. Not only is the TV now perfectly centered and things are conviently located for easy access, but a change always makes things cheerful. That will be great since I will be spending more time in it than usual. Best wishes To All ~Rodeo Princess
TVH on 3/31/08 due to large fibriods and long, long periods!
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Unread 03-27-2008, 07:46 PM
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Well..I didn't rearange my bedroom. I did my guest bath!! I requested that no one but my husband, my father and my sister come to the hospital. (They are the only ones that really know what I look like.) I have family and friend who ALL want to come to my house after the hyst. That bathroom was U-G-L-Y. So now I have a pretty, new bath for all of my guestto use.
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Unread 03-27-2008, 08:10 PM
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If anyone has nervous energy to burn up, my furniture can use some rearranging!!!!
Lee-Anne
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Unread 03-28-2008, 02:48 AM
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I did my bedroom tonight too! How funny, just when I start to think I am alone in all the funny things I am thinking and doing I get on here and see I am not the only one. My hubby was worried I wouldn't be able to walk around the bed to get to the bathroom, so now it's a straight shot. I think he is overreacting a little bit but it's still nice to be fussed over and pampered a little.
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