tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6805504101401683454.post2604526211978464841..comments2015-01-18T11:31:47.787-06:00Comments on Keeping Up with the Cases: New Kitchen Window, with Considerably Less PanicChristinehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/11154692504751436022noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6805504101401683454.post-75018696301767976202013-04-23T14:16:44.885-05:002013-04-23T14:16:44.885-05:00Haha! I'm sure your dad didn't mean to scr...Haha! I'm sure your dad didn't mean to screw up the measurement. At least, the new window still fit it. With a little touch up, your new kitchen window will already look wonderful. Now, you can use your window the way it really should be. Congrats!Tina Seehttp://www.abcroofinginc.com/locations/high-point-roofing-contractor/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6805504101401683454.post-3643576681199079432012-12-17T12:48:38.173-06:002012-12-17T12:48:38.173-06:00Haha, I love the "treasures" your window...Haha, I love the "treasures" your windows held. I mean, you gotta be missing the gravel in your windows! ;) The new ones look really nice. It never occurred to me that windows make such a difference, but they clearly do! Amyhttp://www.mayerblue.com/noreply@blogger.com