Saturday, December 27, 2014
On the third day of Christmas
On the Third Day of Christmas I bought myself a present at Savers.
It is a KitchenAid tea kettle. In lilac! That is it up above. My friend Michelle who likes color sometimes posts pictures of whimsical color stuff she finds and uses the, ahem, hashtag #ColorPop. This tea kettle qualifies.
I am especially happy about this kettle because the one it replaces was one I bought a couple of years ago just because it was cheap. My old kettle had kicked and I needed a new one, fast, and I was reduced to going to Target. And as usual there I was appalled at how expensive everything was and so I got the cheapest I could find. By the way it was not that cheap. It cost me a good $12 or something.
The old tea kettle, it has worked OK, but the one thing that really bugs me is, I cannot clean it. I used to be able to scour it at first but then it got harder and harder and the last time I tried, I got nowhere with it. And it just is not worth it, you know, for this stupid little cheapie kettle.
Out with the old kettle! Why am I even writing about it?
In with the new!
The new KitchenAid, if I were buying it new, it would run me about $70 judging from Amazon. Imagine spending $70 on a tea kettle. I mean, it is not as if it were a rare Leonard Pennario record. But on a tea kettle?
Did I mention it cost me $4?
I was all excited when I got it home and as Jeoffry watched from the sidelines ...
... I immediately put the new tea kettle into service brewing this tasty tea that my new friend Winnie gave me last night on the Second Day of Christmas. It is Ajiri Kenyan Black Tea. I am enjoying it right now out of a bright green garage sale Fiesta cup, pictured above. (Speaking of #ColorPop.)
Happy Third Day of Christmas to me!
And to you.
And your house!
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The bathroom name-brand, Dow Scrubbing Bubbles, works great on the great that collects on tea kettles. Put the kettle in the sink, spray it, walk away, sponge clean it. Magic. Rinse well before use. (Had to put in the disclaimer.) Bathroom Scrubbing Bubbles also works great on any greasy surface!
The bathroom name-brand, Dow Scrubbing Bubbles, works great on the grease that collects on tea kettles. Put the kettle in the sink, spray it, walk away, sponge clean it. Magic. Rinse well before use. (Had to put in the disclaimer.) Bathroom Scrubbing Bubbles also works great on any greasy surface! Love the lilac kettle though!
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