Following yesterday’s post, in which I explained how I was sorry for not picking up the phone to the eBay woman, I would now like to take that back.
Exhibit A is the texted conversation from yesterday morning:
The kitchen is incompatible with the plumbing, so I need to sell it. could you offer it to the next highest bidder for me please. many thanks
I’m sorry, but you will have to relist it. I can’t see the next highest bidder now it’s been sold, and it was possibly different bidders for all 3 items. Sorry unable to help.
OK. I might just change tops and sink, so not a total disaster.
I really didn’t want to get involved in either the fact that plumbing matches the kitchen, not the other way around, or selling the kitchen to another person who could turn out to be just the same, and still be embroiled in this madness. I’m emailing her the photos of the kitchen so she can relist it (when her computer’s back up and running), but that is it! My part is done!
We were at a 105th birthday party yesterday (happy birthday Jaye and Carole!), so didn’t get much done, but we did nip to B&Q in the morning to buy some lights and get the right cooker hood filters (thanks once again to Jason K, who was brilliant. Bet he loved seeing us again!). We decided on some lights from B&Q, like the other ones I wanted, but in a circle instead of on a rod, and £10 cheaper. They have disappeared from B&Q’s website though, we’ve got a habit of choosing lights that are about to be discontinued!
Barry’s also bought a coffee machine that lights up, very exciting! And he oiled the main bit of the worktop so it’s really glossy and smells nice! We also took the protective plastic off the stainless steel splashback, which is always very satisfying.