Friday, April 04, 2008

Whew!

It's found.. where I suspected it to be.. In B's bedroom. Such is the bedroom of a 13 yo boy.

He took something out to the freezer for me on Tuesday, and that's the last we saw of the key.
He told me that he checked all of his pockets - but I went in this afternoon and went thru his laundry basket myself.. and found it on the floor next to it. Well, he tried.

It's going to be a weekend of cleaning stuff up - we have a neighborhood exchange in a couple of weeks down at the church, and I am hoping someone will want some of the stuff that I have!

What in your house would YOU like to give away - or what do you need to get rid of?

Me? Mostly kids clothes that they have outgrown.. but also stuff from my parents house.. When my mom died, Dad sold the house, and he now lives in MN. A lot of stuff is now at my house, dishes, books, decorations.. that I really need to get rid of. My hubby always tells me how much STUFF we have.

Oh, and now I'm going to make peach pie with the peaches I found in the freezer!

8 comments:

Kelly said...

Hilarious! Well, at least you found it! I was going to recommend you check the garbage because that's where things end up at my house. . . but your kids are beyond that. :)

Peach pie. . . YUM!

Heather said...

I'm glad you found your key! What would we do without freezer's?

Kristy said...

Did you find my mind while you were looking?

And the peach pie sounds yummy!

Fat & Sassy said...

You were tagged the same time I was by Robin!!!!!!! Glad you found your key!

Mom2BJM(Amy) said...

Kristy, I've lost my own mind lately... so if I can't find mine, I certainly can't find yours!

Cygnus said...

In the process of painting our house, we're definitely finding how much stuff we have! I'd trade ours for yours, except I don't think that'll help either of us!

Lynne's Somewhat Invented Life said...

I think everyone ought to choose a number and then everyone else should randomly pick a number, trade houses and clean. We could call at the end of each day with the report and the question, "What of all this stuff do you want to keep?" I'll bet it would be a tiny number of things.

I have about a billion books that need to go, things from my Dad's house, Phil's mom's house and Aunt Dorothy's house. Things we've kept because the kids will want it. Guess what? The kids aren't going to EVER want it. It should go. When can you come over?

Puffy said...

I have a peach tree and make lots of peach pies!