“First of all, let me assure you that I truly understand your whole knob issue; it is for this reason that I don't repaper the upstairs bathroom, even though the old paper is beginning to peel in the corners.”
“Basically, when I finally do repaper, it will involve painting and re-doing the entire upstairs of the house, and I will lose a whole summer of writing time.”
“It's hard to repaper your thinking when the pols manage to provide us with so much comedy relief in the midst of all their bone-headed moves while serious matters go unattended.”
“Did you, like myself, first get enough rejection letters to repaper your walls?”
“When the wallpaper is dirty and vacuuming or dusting does not help, you must either clean the wallpaper or repaper the wall.”
““The only way you could eradicate most of the blood would be to repaint everything, repaper the walls, refinish the floors, and pitch the furniture,” Vander said.”
“After this with a well-moistened cloth to the nose, rush in and throw the windows open, hurry out and allow the room to air from twelve to twenty-four hours, after which wash woodwork and painted walls or take paper off and repaper walls; recalcimine ceilings and closets; scrub closet shelves and dresser drawers, bedsteads, and other furniture thoroughly.”
“We must repaper -- that's sure; plain green, with a little touch of color in the border, and, oh, Mother Shaw, wouldn't a green and white matting be lovely?”
“She believes with John Masefield that "the days that make us happy make us wise" and surely spring, filling us with irrational joy, is the time for resolutions: at the first glimpse of bursting buds we resolve to "write a poem, paint a picture, compose a symphony, found a business, plant a tree, build a summer-house, and repaper the dining-room".”
“A decorator was called in to repaper the bathroom and kitchenette, but for the living-room Grant engaged a carpenter.”
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