See, is your husband a good looker?
I don’t mean “is he a looker”. Because, believe you me, my husband is a looker. He’s just not a GOOD looker. :)
Oh, and yes, they were in the pocket of the pair of shorts he had on the day before which I told him to check while we were still on the phone and he thought he had checked but he was mistaken as to exactly which pair of his shorts strewn on the floor were the ones from the day before. Sigh.
GoodNESS, would it have just made too much sense to check the pockets of every. stinkin’. pair. you decide to leave on the floor? (I never did get an answer to that question.)
And it makes me laugh out loud (now, not then … definitely not then) to picture it. Me on the other end of the line giving suggestions for where to look …
me: “did you check your night stand?”
joel: walks to bedroom, looks on the nightstand and says “not there”
me: “how about the coffee table?”
joel: “don’t you think I already looked there”
me (thinking to myself): ‘one can never be too sure’
me: “what about your pockets of what you had on yesterday?”
joel: walks in the closet, looks at his pile of clothes on the floor, thinks and ponders which one could possibly be from the day before, decides on one pair, checks the pockets and replies “nope, not there either … I think I’m going to need your help”
I always tell him it’s a good thing he’s cute. Seriously. It is a very good thing. :)
Now you may have first seen the clipboard and now black wooden boxy thingy here.
That, my friends, is a picture of all kinds of
pretty things great deals I got at Goodwill when I was in the states in January.
If you’re new here you might like to see what I did with the Ooh la la canvas here, the horse picture/frame here, the cross stitch and frame in the back here and the 2 other canvases here. Those 2 other canvases are still my most viewed post evah … about 5 times over. A HUGE thank you for that. :)
As for the how-tos of the $2 time saver … I just sanded down the clipboard and put a clear coat of spray varnish on her and tossed a few coats of black spray paint on the wooden boxy thingy.
And, because I can’t seem to do any project without a touch of driftwood, I glued a little piece onto the bottom of the clipboard to give a thick enough base to screw in my cute little hooks that my mom gave me (Thanks Mom!). And once I glued on the now black wooden boxy thingy, I had a $2 time saver.
She makes a great landing zone to hang keys and store pens, golf tees, wallets and other randomness husband brings home on a regular basis
and leaves scattered around at will. And I can clip on things I need to remember … like prescriptions to refill and a number I need to call. You know, because if it’s in my face I’m bound to do it, right?!? Ummmmm, no.
And husband’s only comment …
… I don’t see myself putting my wallet in there.
It really is a good thing he’s cute.
I’m going to share this Thrifty Treasure at Southern Hospitality.