Thoughts on returning Ladderback Chair b4/after
I recently sold a few odd chairs from mom's estate, only those I wouldn't use/repair or have room for. One of which was her favorite as far as sentimental, not comfort but never was SOMEDAY restored-Photo #1.
The buyer was aware of her sentimental attachment thinking I had same. I came home to find this chair & a lovely card.
Condensed version is AFTER he refinish the chair something told him to bring it back. He wants me to keep & enjoy the memories. Apparently he missed the part that I had no sentimental attachment & felt good to let it go knowing it was going to be restored. Now results aren't quite what I'd envisioned as restored but the bottom line is it's the very kind thought that counts. Wasn't that nice. Your thoughts please & thank you. Katrinka