Stuff Portrait Friday – a bunch of stuff around the house

I didn’t get to play last week because I was busy dying. There was no discernible theme for this week’s SPF from Random and Odd. So here we go!

Washer & Dryer: One of our first big purchases when we got the house. We went with kind of bottom-of-the-line models because really, between just the two of us, how much laundry can we have? They’re tucked away nicely in a little laundry nook with folding panel doors, which is a nice feature of the house – you don’t have to go out of your way to get to them, but they’re far enough away from the main living spaces that they don’t fill the house with noise when they’re on.

My Robe: I have always had robes, since I was very little. I love this soft chenille one, but I rarely wear it anymore unless it’s a lazy Saturday morning and I’ve taken a shower but don’t quite feel like getting dressed yet. The rest of the time, I don’t really have time for the robe. Boo hoo.

A Flower: I had this great plan to take a picture of some of these random flowers growing outside my office. I’m sure everyone else would just be like, “Yeah, that’s a flower,” but they’re funny to me because they’re really fastedious about the landscaping around here, and yet they’re letting these random flowers just grow wherever, right in the grass and not in their carefully planned flower beds. Anyway, I didn’t get the picture. So instead, here’s some flowers that are on this quilted thing my grandmother gave me to hang on the wall. It’s got hooks so you can hang a hat or something on it. (It’s actually not on the wall yet – it’s standing on one end, leaning against something in the kitchen, and this photo was rotated 90 degrees.)

Did you play??

15 comments on “Stuff Portrait Friday – a bunch of stuff around the house

  1. That robe looks so soft, I love chenille. And that’s so sweet to have that flower thing from your grandma. I treasure things like that.

    On a side note, is that All small & mighty on your washer? I bought some the other day but haven’t used it yet. Can you tell any difference, or is it that you just use less? :)

    Great SPF, I played too! :)

  2. I kept all the things that my grandma made, but I had to give up some of the stuff to my nephew. He got something that looked kinda like the thing your grandma made for you.

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