Brian, “What are you doing?”
Me, “I’m trying to think of something to write about.”
Brian, “How about future baby names?”
(Don’t forget that my husband believes that I’m pregnant all the time. Review.)
Me, “No. ‘Cause then people will steal them!”
Brian, “You could write about how people judge you because of your baby names.”
Brian, “You could write about our car date last night.”
I was intrigued by the vehicle when one of my clients described it as, “The car that answers the question nobody asked.”
Well, that sounds Square Piece to me!
It’s an SUV convertible. (Me and the convertibles, I know… It’s such a nostalgic thing for me.) Though, I’m really not sure what’s the point of turning an SUV into a convertible if there isn’t room in the trunk for a stroller. Alas, the car payments would also be sky high for I fear that this Murano is priced more for rich golfers (and the trunk for their golf clubs).
Another note: I’ve noticed that my morning coffee is cold by the time that I get through half a cup. It’s not unheard of for burners to go bad on coffee pots; but I pour the coffee in my mug the second that it’s done brewing. So there really isn’t any time for the burner to maintain the heat of the brew. Thoughts?
And while we’re discussing elements of the kitchen, can anyone tell me why I have to hunt harder than ever to find small, white kitchen appliances? White kitchens, to me, feel so bright, cheery and spacious. In fact, when I was 17 and sold appliances at Sears, I learned that the lighter your kitchen is, the less you eat when you’re depressed; the darker your kitchen is, the more you eat when you’re depressed. The only thing I’m depressed about is how hard it is to find the lighter appliances! Our local Bed, Bath and Beyond seems to be operating under the assumption that black and stainless steel are IT.
Dear Bed, Bath and Beyond,
I understand that you benefit yourself by following the times and trends, but there is a grandma in me that suffers against such modern upgrades. Help an old lady out, would ya? She’s frail and might go mentally insane if everything in her kitchen isn’t 100% white.
… because then it wouldn’t coordinate with her spoon rest…
Attached you’ll find a copy of The Christmas Tree Incident. Please review and know that a similar and obsessive breakdown will ensue in the event that your store refuses to stock a selection of small, white appliances.
Please allow Grandma Square Piece to have her options.