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Our home by the numbers

standard August 22, 2008 2 responses

8 – total # of rooms including bathrooms
2 – # of bathrooms
1 – # of bathrooms we actually use, unless there’s an emergency (like, say, someone is in the 1st bathroom)
2 – # of bedrooms. One for M and me, one for Little L and C.
1 – # of dens/offices. On the other side of the yard. Used to be a bike shed until we insulated and converted it.
3 – # of TVs.
Bajillion – # of empty CD jewel cases.
1 – # of shelf units that house the jewel cases.
Quadrijillion – # of toys.
8 – # of rooms the toys are spread throughout.
2 – # of baskets meant to contain the toys. Most definitely not enough.
3 – # of closets. No joke. That’s all. And a handful of cabinets. Most definitely not enough.
Septijillion – # of books. And that’s not counting the boxes and boxes piled in the garage. Can’t even go into the lack of shelf space. Too sad.
12 – # of bottles of shampoo/conditioner/hair product that I’ve used once and will never use again and yet can’t bring myself to throw out.
10 – # of pillows we don’t use that take up space in one of our only three closets.
1 – # of kitty litter boxes. Despite the fact that the cat’s been gone for 8 months now.
And last, but sadly not least:
1 (very large) – # of piles of laundry that most likely will never get folded.

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  • Same issues with hair stuff and pet stuff…Freecycle?

  • Hi – found you while I was randomly meandering the bloggin world. Great post! You know, I ask myself the question all the time, why I have such a hard time getting rid of shampoo and hair gel. It must some kind of genetic mutation or something. Talk to you later.

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