Fed Ex drove up when I was on the phone with the appliance store.
Back up . . This morning I was looking online at the wall oven we ordered. In one of the pictures, it looked like it had a stainless handle and in one of the pictures, it looked like it had the rose gold handle.
So, I called to make sure it was going to have rose gold because the stove and dishwasher have rose gold handles and the fridge, which should be here tomorrow, (or in town tomorrow – we may not get it delivered tomorrow) is supposed to have rose gold handles.
When the salesman heard it was me, he first asked if we had our floors fixed, which was very nice of him; and then before I ever asked my question about the oven, he told me there was a truck from GE that just pulled in and it might have our fridge on it. He called me back and said no . . our fridge is on the truck that’s coming tomorrow.
I asked about the handles for the oven; he checked and said they will be rose gold.
While I was waiting for him to check, I was looking at the specs on the wall oven.
You know I’m big on WiFi and I do love that the stove has wifi so I can turn the oven on, up, down . . from my chair but I’m usually sitting not more than 10 feet from the stove so I could easily live without that feature.
Somehow I missed that the new oven has an “in-oven camera”. I’m excited about that. I get up and check my bread or check whatever I’m baking, it’s not ready, I sit back down and forget about it! I’m hoping with a camera, I can see when my bread is almost down or when it’s time to switch from bake to broil on the chicken that’s roasting.
Now I want the new oven tomorrow. They can keep the fridge and send the oven! I don’t think it works that way. Estimated delivery date for the oven is now July.
What would my grandmother have thought about a camera in the oven??