This pot of gold has saved me from countless commuting mishaps. Because some mornings I suck at having a train ticket. Thank you, pot of unwanted change. You’re the best.
Sometimes I cook fish. And brussel sprouts. This is clearly a tasty, yet smelly affair. These yellow lovelies keep it smelling more like Easter morning and less like Easter leftovers. Thanks, kitchen flowers. You’re #1.
This is like having a present under the tree, except for you already know what is inside. At least you are pretty sure you know. It is surely just the thing you wanted. The wait to open it is almost as fun as having it. Almost.
I am positive that if the apocalypse came tomorrow, I could build either a really nice fort/barricade or a decent bonfire for cooking/warmth from all the law textbooks in the house. We will be safe and sound. No worries. Until that day, they will continue to be strewn about, serving as little reminders that the school year has started again. Justin is in his last year (ahem…the 22nd year) of his schooling. Woot!
This is the drunken fruit guard. He is clearly wasted, and he keeps the fruit safe. That is all I have to say about that.
My mom-in-law Donna gave me a bunch of Lavender to take home with me from Colorado. It thinks Chicago is pretty swell and likes it’s vintage bowl that used to be my grandma Edna’s.
This pretty fractal-like embroidered pillow sits on the couch all day looking good. It’s other hobbies are being shed on by stupid furry cats and being abused by silly humans that might want to actually lay on it. It is rather new to the house and doesn’t know that it’s job description includes more than just “being ridiculously good looking.” Get over yourself, pillow.
This towel knows what’s up. It is good looking AND useful. Doesn’t mind getting the job done, and still looks cute at the end of the day. Well played, squirrel kitchen towel.
This chair is the best. It is evidently popular and well butt-imprinted.