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Re: What kind of chair .... Poet

Posted by Lonely on March 14, 2008, at 1:07:25

In reply to Re: What kind of chair ...., posted by Poet on March 12, 2008, at 11:45:45

I couldn't help laughing! My T has a rather grungy chair that also really needs cleaning. It is contemporary but has a very rough fabric and many times after seeing her during warm weather (I was wearing shorts) I found I had a rash. Ok, I have very sensitive skin but still wonder if keeping it clean might not be better! This T is in a non-professional bldg too w/no water fountain. At first I thought it was charming ... now I'm not so sure ....


> My expdoc practiced out of a home office. It was gorgeous. He and patients (who didn't lie on the analyst couch like me) sat on soft leather chairs with ottomans to put our feet up on. Not that I did, he always did. His office entrance was separate from the house entrance so I never saw or heard anybody else there.
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> Current pdoc has a rather cluttered office above a movie theatre and stores. She sits in her desk chair, patients sit on a loveseat.
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> T sits in an overstuffed chair, I sit on a loveseat that really needs to be either replaced or at least cleaned. I've told her to get a new lamp as the one next to her that I look at has a crack in it and the shade is dingy. Maybe it's time to tell her to get a new loveseat or buy her some fabric cleaner.
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> Poet


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