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New century in the kitchen

Very happy to report that our appliances have joined the 21st century. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, we decided to replace the dreaded water and electricity guzzlers, Maytag monsters, with modern, energy-efficient, and very nicely designed appliances.

This is our new refrigerator. Now that it is here, we can't believe we lived so long with what was there before. It's like a brand new kitchen, I swear. We have a wall we never knew existed. And there is no more that black trimmed elephant in the room. And the quiet.... Oh, the quiet humming... Amazing.

Big shout out goes to our local Karl's Appliance Store on Bloomfield Avenue. The staff was knowledgeable and supportive through the entire process. And we all know how stressful this purchase can be. Also, they entertained the kids while we shopped. How cool is that?


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