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Old 02-25-2014, 08:34 AM   #197
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I think I was lacking tact regarding 'cuteness'. Sorry if that teasing offended.
No apology necessary. Far from being offended, I was amused by it. I refuse to take myself seriously lest I get a swelled head— it's already bigger than my hair, so no room for it to swell anymore! If I couldn't poke fun at my own shortcomings, what a dismal world it would be.
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Old 02-25-2014, 08:58 AM   #198
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No apology necessary. Far from being offended, I was amused by it. I refuse to take myself seriously lest I get a swelled head— it's already bigger than my hair, so no room for it to swell anymore! If I couldn't poke fun at my own shortcomings, what a dismal world it would be.

Wellllll.....
I'll consider teasing you as, 'helping' you.
Wouldn't want a big ego to stunt any more hair growth. Don't want you to lose your beard!
Thanks!!
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Old 02-25-2014, 10:54 AM   #199
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Life is too short to be thin-skinned and easily offended.

I have a relative, however, who makes a lifestyle out of being offended. Goes from one offense to looking for the next..... Always in a snit, you are expected to figure out why.

I digress.......

Back to not being offended while living in a small space.


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Old 02-25-2014, 10:49 PM   #200
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Another great site for small serving sizes of condiments, cereal, snacks, OTC meds, etc is Minimus. They have a huge selection of food and goods. We keep Bessie stocked with them. Also lots of great stuff if you frequently spend a lot of time with air travel.
http://www.minimus.biz.
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Old 02-26-2014, 02:17 PM   #201
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Another great site for small serving sizes of condiments, cereal, snacks, OTC meds, etc is Minimus. They have a huge selection of food and goods. We keep Bessie stocked with them. Also lots of great stuff if you frequently spend a lot of time with air travel.
http://www.minimus.biz.

Thanks Kaylorsan,
I plan on loading up with a number of items. Good resource.
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Old 03-03-2014, 09:46 AM   #202
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Has anyone added a small shelf to the bathroom on an AI, something to set toiletries on?
Thanks in advance for any feedback on this.
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Old 03-03-2014, 10:14 AM   #203
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My wife has a plastic holder with multiple pockets that she hangs over the towel rod. This works well for us.
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Old 03-03-2014, 10:15 AM   #204
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Has anyone added a small shelf to the bathroom on an AI, something to set toiletries on?
Thanks in advance for any feedback on this.
Ours came with a small corner shelf above the toilet, on the right as you face the toilet. We don't really use it though, so, about to install our brand new Gumby & Pokey figurines. Will post pics when installation is complete.
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Has anyone added a small shelf to the bathroom on an AI, something to set toiletries on?
Thanks in advance for any feedback on this.
We found a small, 3-basket, tension-rod type item we put in the corner by the toilet. I think at Bed, Bath & Beyond, but i'm not sure. I remember having to search for one whose shortest expansion would fit that space.

We also have two wire, suction-cup basket type things in the bathroom, and a couple of other plastic suction cup items.

Sounds like a lot, doesn't it, but all of them are in use with necessary items.


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I think I've found my solution. It's a two basket gizmo that hangs over the door. Just need to check dimensions when I get home then order it from Amazon.
Thanks for all the suggestions.
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Check the clearance at the top of the door, too, as ours is very tight....allowing for no over-the-door hangers.


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Old 03-03-2014, 02:45 PM   #208
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Thanks for that Doug & Maggie. Mine actually has a 1/4" gap at the top so this will work just fine.
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I use a safe to secure external hard drives, and vehicle paperwork), because it is well made, made in the US, and has a Simplex lock for quick access. If anyone has a better idea, let me know. There are bigger safes, but the trick is to find something that is compact, but yet secure enough.
Pistol safes that can be found at any gun or sporting goods store are quite strong, reasonably secure, and come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Most use an electronic combination lock, but the batteries only need changing about once a year, or they could easily be attached to the house battery system.
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Just found this pic on line. Kind of a cool idea. Hang a tension rod in the bathroom, and then attach baskets and hang stuff from it.
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