When I saw it standing there I heard Agnes say, It's so fluffy I'm gonna die!
I finally had an opportunity to visit the slab I mentioned in this post...
And, I was a bit disappointed to find it's not quite perfect. What this means is that
in order to get the best possible, (most perfect) area out of this slab, they'll have to
cut it down. Way down. Which means my dream carrara marble island-top might
turn out to be more of an extra-large carrara marble cutting board. Now, I hadn't
considered that as an option before; but considering how much it cost to have my
Corian fabricated, not covering my island completely may keep me out of trouble!
So we'll see... I have until Friday to pull the trigger on my slab. One thing's for
certain. I certainly cannot live without at least a little bit of white carrara marble
in my kitchen and I am positively giddy to be one step closer to getting it slipped in!
Oh, and PS... Yes, I am aware that marble is a natural surface so imperfections
are to be expected... And, as I was reminded today, embraced. But I just can't do it!