For umpteen years I’ve had a beautiful cutting/serving board made by an artisan sitting on top of the fridge. It was never used and had a scuzzy film on it. It was easier to let it sit there than do anything with it. If I can’t see it, it’s not a problem. Being short, I can’t see lots of things. Mentioned it to an neighbour who’s a retired cabinet maker. He took a look and brought it back a few hours later. It’s beautiful. Now I can’t store it on top of the fridge.
An electric drill, screws, rawlplugs, shelf brackets.
I might put the brackets on the wall this afternoon, but I think I said that last week too, well there's no hurry, the shelf hasn't been delivered yet.
A 20" Quasar TV ( both American and British systems ) with VCR.
We bought it in England around 1989 or so.
It is plugged in, the light blinks so it still might work.
Meaning to take it down, but what to do with a 'tube' TV.
Then I'd probably be told to install a cabinet above the fridge.
Sure sounds like WORK to me, so I'll leave it till 'She Who Must Be Obeyed' has had enough.
( Reference from "Rumpole of the Bailey" )