[bksvol-discuss] Re: OT: Apartment Leases

Hi Nancy,

Oh yes, I definitely intend to sign the lease.  My scheduled move-in date is
a week from today.  I've got to pack between now and then, and somehow
manage to work as well.  It feels like a very chaotic week coming up.

I do have one candle warmer, but I'm not sure I like the effect.  I set a
candle on it, and somehow the wax from the candle overflowed its container
and  got all over the kitchen table.



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[mailto:bksvol-discuss-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of NANCY HILL
Sent: Friday, July 20, 2007 11:51 PM
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Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: OT: Apartment Leases

Perhaps you can use a candle warmer.  I have a warmer that warms from the
top down using what I think is a high intensity light.  It is very good at
dispersing the fragrance.  I have used it with jar candles or wickless 
candles.    If I ever actually burn a candle, I put it in my clean and dry 
kitchen sink.  With it being there, if for some reason I knock it over, it
would be easy to clean up and not catch anything on fire.

I think it's neat how they sent your new lease.  I hope if you sign with
them, that the co.. will continue to be that accomodating.

Nancy
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lora" <loravara@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Friday, July 20, 2007 7:11 PM
Subject: [bksvol-discuss] OT: Apartment Leases


> Hi,
>
> This may all sound a bit silly, but it's a wonderful world when I can ask 
> my
> new apartment complex to send me an electronic copy of the lease, and they
> do.  Now I can read it at my leisure before I go in to sign it, which 
> takes
> a great burden off of whoever I might have otherwise had to read it aloud
> for me (especially considering that the lease and all attachments total 29
> pages).
>
> I've never read a lease from beginning to end before, just skimming over
> things unless I deemed them important.  I'm going to make myself finish 
> this
> one before I delve into the Harry Potter treats that Lissi sent.
>
> In places, though, it's very interesting reading.  For instance,  I 
> learned
> that the lease actually says I can't use candles or kerosene lamps.  I 
> don't
> mind the kerosene lamps, but are they really serious about the candles?  I
> love candles!
>
> Just rambling,
>
> Lora
>
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