I have been teaching yoga and meditation for 30 years.
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I am glad you had an overall good experience at my townhome.
I felt the need to respond to the refrigerator issue. I am a bit baffled. I
have had my home leased for most of the summer so there wasn¹t much in there
except two bottles of champagne, a bottle of
Pouilly Fuisse, a six pack of ginger ale and probably an assortment of
mustard, almond butter, pistachio butter, etc. I baked a pie before I left
which I covered in tin foil as well as a few other things.
I think there was a bag of Edamame in the freezer along with a few Amy¹s
organic frozen dinners. Maybe some soy slices of cheese and a few lemons and
apples. I have no idea what smelled but there DEFINITLELY
was no mould. I have an immaculate home that includes the fridge. In regard to the furniture, its the price you pay for living at the beach. The furniture
was not cheap but fabric has faded because of all the direct sun-light
I get from the high ceilings and glass. Even all the fresh air can¹t help
that. I¹ll never purchase chintz again. The building is 20 years old so are
the bathroom fixtures. No one has ever complained. Same as the pots and pans.
Year old pots and pans are fine with me, every size Tupperware you can
imagine, popcorn machine, Cuisinart, blender, 12 pot coffee maker, tea kettle.
Am I missing something here?