I was "surfing" (the net ofcourse...unfortunately not the ocean!!) recently and came upon a useless, yet neat website. (I'm SOO sorry...I don't remember the address, but if it's yours, take the credit please!!) I only had about 5 minutes to look around, but it made me smile. In a weird way. The website was dedicated to peoples 'fridges'. Yep. Their refrigerators! All around the world, people had posted pictures of the outside, but mostly the inside of the refrigerators. It was really funny. And interesting. To me. I enjoyed looking at the different 'ways of life' and the 'story' each one had.
I have decided to put my own twist on this and try to do a weekly "WHAT'S IN YOUR..." It will give you a small glimpse into my life, and if anyone wants to comment, or even post their own pics, cool. If not, no biggie.
As I ventured upstairs, camera on hand, looking to take some pics of my fridge, I realized that it was not a good representation of our life. You see, my fridge is completely EMPTY! Serious. It has been for a week. If I post pics of that, I am afraid I may be reported for neglect. We will leave that pic until next week...or after.
So for this week... I picked something everyone loves to snoop in. Come on, you know you do!
What's in your....BATHROOM VANITY?
I have been blessed with 2 bathrooms in my home. (soon to be 3!!) The first pic is from the bathroom in my room. On the left is Mike's "manly bag" and the rest is mine. The essentials-toothbrush, paste etc. That HUGE silver thing is my makeup (Imagine!! I really don't wear near that much, but it was a gift from Mike, and I couldn't be rude. I actually love it when I make time to use it--about twice a year!) And the plastic bag is full of my "everyday" fun stuff--contacts & solution, face wash, comb, moisturizer, etc.
This is a pic of the "main" bathroom. The children use this one (until theirs is completed.) Oddly enough, I didn't realize this house plan didn't come with a linen closet (??) so we have to use the vanity to keep the towels and wash clothes. UGH! Any of you with little girls know of the thousands of hairclips--so that is what is in the plastic containers.!!