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Glass Patio Table Umbrella

glass patio table umbrella

    patio table
  • Garden furniture, also called patio furniture and outdoor furniture, is a type of furniture specifically designed for outdoor use. It is typically made of weather resistant materials. The oldest surviving examples of garden furniture were found in the gardens of Pompeii.

  • covering or applying simultaneously to a number of similar items or elements or groups; "an umbrella organization"; "umbrella insurance coverage"

  • A protecting force or influence

  • a formation of military planes maintained over ground operations or targets; "an air umbrella over England"

  • A device consisting of a circular canopy of cloth on a folding metal frame supported by a central rod, used as protection against rain or sometimes sun

  • A screen of fighter aircraft or antiaircraft artillery

  • a lightweight handheld collapsible canopy

  • A hard, brittle substance, typically transparent or translucent, made by fusing sand with soda, lime, and sometimes other ingredients and cooling rapidly. It is used to make windows, drinking containers, and other articles

  • furnish with glass; "glass the windows"

  • a brittle transparent solid with irregular atomic structure

  • Any similar substance that has solidified from a molten state without crystallizing

  • A thing made from, or partly from, glass, in particular

  • a container for holding liquids while drinking

glass patio table umbrella - Brylane Home

Brylane Home Round Glass Table (GLASS,0)

Brylane Home Round Glass Table (GLASS,0)

A BrylaneHome Exclusive! Outdoor dining at its finest - and most comfortable. Crafted in powder-coated steel with an oil-rubbed bronze finish, our patio furniture will provide years of use. Round table with parasol hole features a shatter-resistant, tempered 41" glass top. Set of 4 chairs have weather-resistant polyester cushions with polyfiber fill. Round Glass Table. Assembly. 27 .5"H x 41 .25" diam.This 9" umbrella with 24 LED lights built into the 6 black powder-coated steel ribs, illuminates your patio and table on a summer night. With taupe water-resistant and fire-retardant polyester canvas canopy and wooden pole. Spot clean. UL listed. CE Certified plug adapter.

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A Day At The Lake

A Day At The Lake

This is the day we almost died.

On the back of the photo all you'll see is "7/76."

No mention that about an hour before this my brother and I could've drowned on a man-made lake.

Jeff just turned 14 the month before. I was a few weeks past 21. Maybe it was a few days after the Fourth of July. Or before. Seriously, I don't remember. But I won't forget what happened that day.

For the middle of summer, it was a shit day. Drizzly, about 60 degrees. Gun metal gray skies. Still, there was a family picnic to go to. And my uncle wanted to show off his new sailboat.

My mother bitched. My dad said we had to go. It was his family. You know how that works.

So there we were. In the parking at the lake. There's my uncle. And we're all looking for his sailboat. I mean someone says sailboat to me and I see President Kennedy skimming across the white tops off Hyannis Port.

Yeah, well, there's no Jack or Jackie in sight. Instead my uncle's carrying around a piece of plastic about six feet high and two and a half wide. That's the boat. The sail's basically a triangle of plastic on a patio table umbrella pole. No America's Cup here.

So no one really wants to go sailing with him. Seriously, it's about 55 degrees at the lake. Wind's blowing hard enough to make the spit of a rain feel like someone's driving finishing nails into your skin.

My uncle's up to his ankles in the water when my brother says he'll go. My mother asks about life preservers. My uncle and dad roll their eyes and say stop worrying.

They push off and I watch my mom and dad and aunt set up the picnic tables. My younger cousins and my other brother start playing in the sand, because they're little kids. And I'm wishing I was home figuring out how to play some Jackson Browne songs on my guitar and getting high. I mean, Christ, I'm 21. What the hell am I doing here?

No one really noticed at first. Until the sky turned a dark black green. Except for one hole in the center that almost radiated a crystal blue light. That's when I saw them. My brother and uncle. Treading water about a hundred feet off shore. Beside the slab of plastic with its sail barely floating on the surface.

The adults by now surrendered on the picnic idea, hustling the little kids and food into the cars. I point out my uncle and brother to my dad. By now it's nearly black as night.

They're not going to make it in, I shout. We gotta do something.

My dad can't swim. Doesn't like boats. They'll be fine he says. But I can tell by the way my uncle is waving his arms that he doesn't agree.

Let's put the picnic stuff in the cars, my dad says.

But I just watch them in the lake. By now, all the other boats are in. Except for one guy in what was the world's smallest motor boat. Just as he pulls into the dock, I jump on board and tell him we got to get the two guys stuck out there.

The guy's wearing old style rimmed glasses. Has a mustache. Looks a little like Mr. Whipple from the Charmin commercials. He turns his head a bit and sees them. I hear his wife scream Oh my God. They're going to drown. And off we go.

Almost as soon as we reach them, the sky goes totally dark. We can't see three feet in any direction. I haul my brother into the boat and the guy tells us to be careful to not all sit on one side. My uncle stays in the water, afraid he'll tip the boat if he tries to get in. He's a big guy.

The guy driving the boat asks if I remember which direction the shore is. I point it out. And he goes the opposite way. The waves will turn us over if we go that way, he yells.

I look at my brother. He's nearly white and I can hear his teeth banging together. Are you scared, I ask. No, he tells me. Just cold.

Somehow my uncle manages to keep a grip on the boat as we bounce over the tops of waves about three feet high. The guy's wife starts praying. And I'd wish she'd stop because the only person she asking Him to save is my brother. I figure I'm a little too young to die, too.

On we bounced. With no idea where we were headed. Or when the storm might stop. And then we bump into another shore. Mostly a hillside. We jump out and pull the boat up the slope as much as we can. I mean, we'll need a ride back.

Maybe for 10 minutes we sit there. The rain slamming us. And no one really says much except You okay?

Then it stops. The wind. The rain. And a haze of light sifts through the clouds. We all jump back into the boat. During the storm we drifted about 20 minutes from the dock. As we glide back, no one says a word. I stick my hand in the smooth, still water that barely ripples as we cut through it.

From the boat i spot my parents and aunt. They're all sobbing. Even from that far away I could tell. Closer to the shore, I jump out. Splash toward them. Fall on my knees and kiss the ground. Because I'm an ass like that. They don't laugh.

After the hugging and I thought you were all dead cries of joy, I ask my dad one question.

Why didn't you do something?

All h

Patio Table & Umbrella $45.00

Patio Table & Umbrella  $45.00

Glass tabletop. Umbrella used one season and is faded from the sun. Crank open and close. NO CHAIRS.

glass patio table umbrella

glass patio table umbrella

GustBuster Metro 43-Inch Automatic Umbrella (Burgundy)

GustBuster's Metro umbrella is the choice for people on the go. The Metro's sheath doubles as a backpack or sling it over your shoulder. Automatic is 16-Inch and manual is 14-Inch open to 43-Inch canopy. Pinch less open and close release system. Award winning double-canopy design. Patented temper-hardened steel joint connectors. Hardened steel, hexagonal ribs and reinforced shaft prevent crimping and snapping. Sheath doubles for backpack or over-the shoulder carrying. Take along in briefcase or purse. Sure grip comfort handle. Wind tested by college of Aeronautics to 55+ mph. Stars and stripes design. Custom Imprinting and corporate logo available. Powerful consumer stopping Metro gift box and counter display unit.

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Half round kitchen table : Folding mahjong table

Half Round Kitchen Table

half round kitchen table

    half round
  • Semicircular in cross section

  • (Half Rounds) Looks like a half circle and is used primarily as decorative trim.  Can be used to put a rounded edge on shelving, a trim piece for wall paper, or to add a decorative pattern to a flat panel.

  • A method of cutting veneers on an off-center lathe that results in modified characteristics of both rotary and plain sliced veneers.

  • (Half Rounds) May be used as a screen moulding or bead shelf edge or panel moulding.

Fields (in my memory and mind)

Fields (in my memory and mind)

there was a time i remember
in the fields in my memory
remembering when i was a little farm boy 'round 1959 or '60.
it was just me
watching "today" with dave garroway
and captain kangaroo featuring tom terrific cartoons
and bill cullen joking around
and playing with his wind-up toys on "the price is right"
and ruth lyons on the 50-50 club
and my mom meanwhile is in the kitchen
making her cookies and cakes
and later watching "her shows"
in the noontime hour.

(she never cared for ruth lyons anyway.)

i would then play by myself outside at the barnyard
until my sisters got off the school bus
and dad came home from work.
we would talk at the dinner table
about how our day went while we ate
after mom said grace.

mom and dad milked the cows
my sisters and i gave sandy the collie
a bubble bath in a galvanized washtub
then jumping out and shaking herself dry
and i laughed and giggled as i got wet
making me think our dog was doing the hula
while hawaiian war chant by tommy dorsey
(or spike jones or somebody)
played constantly
on the record player in my mind.

we had no money to go to disneyland
except for patronizing a run-down amusement park
up at indian lake that has seen better days.
still we made the best of it with what we had.
we had the blue skies,sunshine
and the breeze and the shade trees on hot humid days
in the backyard of our house
watchin' the red sunset at 9pm
and me and my sisters
catching and collecting lightning bugs in mason jars
on those nights we didn't go to the drive-in.

sometimes dad would take us mushroom hunting
in the woods across the road on a sunday afternoon
as mom hated football
and preferred old 1940s movies
frequently over-inundated and over-interrupted
by home improvement and live remote car dealer ads
on the old airline black and white set instead.

we found no mushrooms
which i thought was boring at first
not realizing at the time
that God was enveloping us in His love
and the peaceful solitude of birds in the trees singing
and the sound of leaves crunching underfoot.
within the reverberated outdoor cathedral of the woods.

i'm fifty-four now
i live in town now
and my better half is not a happy camper again
saying that she did not hear me and my oldest son
trying to wake her up to go to work
as she once again makes me feel "this small"
in her profanity-laced brand of sister joseph-ellen type verbal abuse and sarcasm.

she and my other son head off to work
i sit on the front porch with RM 88.7 FM on
as the neighbors across the street
with their toddlers clad only in their diapers playin' on the sidewalk
and their usual reckneck way of fussin,arguin' and carryin' on.

(and my significant other thinks I'M a"hilljack" for craps sake!)

its been a hot day at work
too hot and tired to cook
(couldn't find the duo-tang full of recipes anyway)
a quick trip to the wal-mart subway only serves to fuel her hissy-fit at me.

i'm on the front porch
as the RM folks pray the on-air rosary
before 7;30
i pray:
"Jesus and Mary...please take me home...
..spare me fron the dreaded time of trial..."

as i head off to the fields of my mind
where there is still some sort of peace and serenity.

jml 7/22/08

Behind the main building at Enggården is this amazing fountain / patio / diorama they call the "Couch of Life".

Behind the main building at Enggården is this amazing fountain / patio / diorama they call the "Couch of Life".

The Couch of Life
The source to understand a little bit of life!
This work of art should be read from right to left.

The first step -
Looks like a question mark. It consists of dishes and a basin and are symbols of the different stages and developmental steps of life. The steps are not equal, because they should be unique in their own simplicity and expression. The steps are thus an image of the originality and peculiarity of life. - The fountain is also a symbol of the Fountain model.

The first arch at the right -
The half round yellow form shows itself like a sunrise - a birth - motion of life in life - a repetition - the wheel of life.

The second arch -
Represents living space or heart space. That is the important breathing space, meditation or stillness.

The pointed arches and the triangle -
symbolizes the Holy Spirit, which spans all stages of life.
A big stone at the point of the largest triangle is an expression of relating to common sense. It gives grounding to life. The table is intended for an outdoor kitchen.

The third arch -
consists of unharmonic growths, ,that shows that life is full of possibilities and choices - but the choices are not always beneficial.

The fourth arch (The harmony of the All) -
Is without decor and formed completely round. The arches show the perfect calm, retiredness of anonymity, simplicity and rest.

The happy face -
Shows the joyful throughout life. All the good in our existence, that overshadows all badness.

The twisted chimney -
shows something about the obstacles in life, that can be necessary for us to go through and thereby get a richer life.
The 12 steps corresonds to the 12 disciples.

The big stone -
shall draw your thoughts to the timelessness in eternity - with his limitations.

The last part of the Couch of Life -
Forms half a question mark, which refers to the questions and riddles of this one life, we solve and gain insight.

The Couch of Life has got a floor. It is granite from Bornholm. A path has been made from the Couch of Life to the existing building. I have had help from Peter, Jorgen and Martin. the Couch of Live has gained a new expression.

The floor is a symbol on the foundation in life, being the rooting in the real reality - the steady core.
From emptiness, nothingness and the barren land the path we have created is a picture of the broken isolation and the connection back to life. The whole is a combination of maintaining, unchangeability, the sincerity and recognition of oneself in faith, hope and love.

Per Jespersen

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Living Room Coffee Table

living room coffee table

    coffee table
  • A low table, typically placed in front of a sofa

  • A coffee table, also called a cocktail table, is a style of long, low table which is designed to be placed in front of a sofa, to support beverages (hence the name), magazines, feet, books (especially coffee table books), and other small items to be used while sitting, such as coasters.

  • (Coffee Tables) While any small and low table can be, and is, called a coffee table, the term is applied particularly to the sets of three or four tables made from about 1790; of which the latter were called 'quartetto tables'.

  • low table where magazines can be placed and coffee or cocktails are served

    living room
  • living room: a room in a private house or establishment where people can sit and talk and relax

  • A living room, also known as sitting room, lounge room or lounge (in the United Kingdom and Australia), is a room for entertaining guests, reading, watching TV or other activities.

  • A room in a house for general and informal everyday use

  • The Living Room is a music venue on Ludlow Street on the Lower East Side in New York City that was established in 1988.

Coffee Table

Coffee Table

This coffee table is one of my favourite things ever. Sometimes it seems a bit out-dated and artistically crude, but I cannot imagine my living room without it being the focal point. Twelve years later and I'm not tired of it yet!

Living Room Mess

Living Room Mess

Chaos in our living room in our rented flat in Edinburgh. It was a lovely Leith colonies flat, but none of the decor was our own. This was my lovely ?1 Teak coffee table, which is now a work bench in my shed.

living room coffee table

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