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Monday, September 12, 2011


The time has come, I am FINALLY, changing the one of 3 fans in the apartment.  As you can see the old fan had just a few, little.........listen, this fan was so jacked up.  I have put in a new bulb only to have it burst and shatter.  You would think shards of glass would make me run out and get a fan immediately.  There were only 2 working light units, 1 kind of worked, the last was scary.  Well, not scary enough to get a new fixture. 

The straw that broke the camels back was, when I turned the light on for an undetermined period of time.  It would begin to play a tune (never knew it could do that), and then it would just go out.  
Ok already, I'll get a new fan.  Below is the installation.  

 This is Jose, who put in the original fan, he said almost 20 years ago.  
Jose's assistant removes the old fan. 

I love the new fixture, but it sheds light on the rest of the CRAP!! that I need to get to.  Like paint, toss, renew, etc. It's all in the process of moving in, redecorating, and finding myself.

Fan was purchased at Home Depot online:  Fast Attach Click-in 52 in. Brushed Nickel Ceiling Fan.  Originally $99.00 discounted -$40.00, which leaves total price + tax = $64.24.

1 comment:

Roz said...

Cassandra, your new fan lighting is super fantastic. It is contemporary, yet traditional with the wooden blades. The steel elements gives an industrial feel. Totally cool. Love It!

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