Life, Love and the Pursuit of "Me" ... in a country town
Monday, May 3, 2010
Kitchen Steps - Kettle overload
As I stood staring vacantly at the calendar that hangs in our kitchen this morning, while waiting for the kettle to boil for my wake-up cup of tea, I happened to glance down into the depths of the kettle, after filling it with water.
Eeek! Bad mistake.... it's not quite scary enough to stop me from drinking my tea. Frankly, there would have to be something swimming in it for that to happen. BUT it is enough to make me think that I cannot remember ever cleaning out our kettle. The poor thing gets used many times a day, and taken for granted.
So today the Little Step challenge is to clean out your kettle. Tip out the water, use a clean cloth and wipe out all the general gunge that is accumulating on the sides, and even the element. Then give it a good clean and polish for the outside - if you are enthusiastic, you can even wipe down the electric base part.
This is worth 1 point for the cleaning, and an extra point if you then sit down and have a celebratory cup of tea or coffee, from your shining clean kettle!
PS - isn't the duck stove-top kettle just the most gorgeous thing you have ever seen? I think it would make a great Mother's Day gift - hint hint!!
My career as a marine lawyer is a distant memory - instead, I am now leading a busy country town life as wife to the long-suffering and hard-working Brad, and Mum to 2 sweet kids, Naomi & Ryan.
I muddle through at home, and my online businesses, Sasha Sews and Fabric Fusion, keep me sane!
This blog is about life, love and the pursuit of my fabric addiction!