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Friday, January 23, 2009

This sign hangs in our kitchen. At the moment it's a bit of false advertising. Oh, it's "clean" in that it isn't "dirty", but it is messy. The bane of my existence is the island in the kitchen. It doesn't matter how often I clean it off during the day, it is always covered with stuff again in minutes. School papers, bills, books, a bag of Goldfish (crackers), keys, magazines, all flock to the kitchen island as if pulled by some kind of magnetic force field. The only scary part is where would all this stuff go if we didn't have a kitchen island?

PS - Not to worry, our soap making operation is in our 1500 sq. ft. fully finished, hardwood floored, fireplaced, basement. Free from any contact with the kitchen island.

4 comments:

avifan said...

I like the description of the basement. blah blah blah blah blah basement lol.

The Clean Diva said...

Your island sounds like my table. The slab of wood that is currently used as storage.

soapwish said...

Avifan - you crack me up as always! I know you have basement envy. :-) Thanks for reading!

soapwish said...

Hi Clean Diva - thanks for visiting! In our house anything that is in a horizontal position is moments away from becoming a table. In fact, no one can lay down on the couch or they'll wake up with books, papers, glasses, snacks, and who know what else stacked on them.

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Friday, January 23, 2009

False Advertising


This sign hangs in our kitchen. At the moment it's a bit of false advertising. Oh, it's "clean" in that it isn't "dirty", but it is messy. The bane of my existence is the island in the kitchen. It doesn't matter how often I clean it off during the day, it is always covered with stuff again in minutes. School papers, bills, books, a bag of Goldfish (crackers), keys, magazines, all flock to the kitchen island as if pulled by some kind of magnetic force field. The only scary part is where would all this stuff go if we didn't have a kitchen island?

PS - Not to worry, our soap making operation is in our 1500 sq. ft. fully finished, hardwood floored, fireplaced, basement. Free from any contact with the kitchen island.

4 comments:

avifan said...

I like the description of the basement. blah blah blah blah blah basement lol.

The Clean Diva said...

Your island sounds like my table. The slab of wood that is currently used as storage.

soapwish said...

Avifan - you crack me up as always! I know you have basement envy. :-) Thanks for reading!

soapwish said...

Hi Clean Diva - thanks for visiting! In our house anything that is in a horizontal position is moments away from becoming a table. In fact, no one can lay down on the couch or they'll wake up with books, papers, glasses, snacks, and who know what else stacked on them.

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