It sat in the garage for at least a year, while I tried to figure out where I was going to put it. I eventually brought it inside. The cabinet itself was in fair shape. But when I moved it, the drawers were a lot grungier than I at first thought they were, so I cleaned the best ones and the rest were in the garage until I could get back to it.
And I don't think it was made in China (wink).
Great, great book. It's about collaborative projects and such. When I called Gaye to congratulate her, she didn't even know she was in it. The piece they used was from a swap some of us did on a monthly basis ten years ago (the Capolan swap). One of her pieces was in the batch submitted. Way to go, Gaye--you can get published without even trying!!