Friday, August 14, 2009

what about this for a fridge?

Monday, April 20, 2009


so cheap in comparison.

Oh how I love Ikea...

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

ok..really guys.. which one?...

they are both featured in Toast.... our newest obsession filled with STUFF to buy...
useful stuff that is.

I have been using mason jars.... but have been drueling over the first style of glasses down below for a while... only thing is.. children will break all of them b/c they are handblown and fragile.

children will not break the others as they are "duralex"... I thought I might get them b/c they are like the mason jars ...but aren't mason jars....

maybe I need to just call matt... does he have that style ... do you know?

what about these?

which ones say... dirty french to you? LOL

Monday, March 23, 2009

which glass?


Thursday, March 19, 2009

searching for towels.

undeniably david will hate these and ask for the "normal" terrycloth towels back...

but I think they are fabulous.

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Salt Pig...

1. Ceramic interior keeps salt from retaining moisture in steamy kitchens or humid climates down south
2. The large opening is to access salt while cooking
3. Keeps debris from falling into the salt. The side opening keeps debris from settling as it does when salt is in an open bowl.

"Most people seem to say that the opening resembles the snout of a pig & that's where the name came from. However an old Scottish definition of "pig" is a jar or pot made of earthenware."

Apparently, I love all things Scottish even when I have no idea that they are Scottish.

information taken from

Thursday, May 22, 2008