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Just A Little Bigger Would Be Nice - 06/03/14

  I don't know what you were thinking but this entry is about my garage.  I was in mine  before work today getting rid of the bugs and things that love to die around the blinds trying to get out.  Crazy how quickly that builds up. 
  We actually keep our cars in the garage.  When they're in there, there isn't much room for anything else.  If you don't have a basement and most people in middle Tennessee don't, the garage is where you put your "stuff." 
  It would cost so little to make some room for storage out there when you're building.  If I was a contractor, I'd design a home with a good place to store lawn mower and tools and the stuff everyone who has a family and owns a home needs.
  Just saying.


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