Hold That Thought

Dec
29

This is my dresser.

This is my dresser on drugs.


Anybody remember those fried egg commercials from the 80s? Which has nothing to do with my dresser except that my dresser is so disturbing. My dresser has looked like that since JULY.

I can explain.

But not right this minute as I have spent the past two days making my dresser not look like that.

I’ll be back.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on December 29, 2010  

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  1. 12-29
    1:05
    am

    haha, don’t be too hard on your self. my vanity looked like that for about six months!!! I remember those commercials.

  2. 12-29
    1:17
    am

    My dresser looks exactly like that! And it is not even near the top of my list to change it anytime soon, there are too many other more urgent things on my list. So I am impressed if you are finding the top of yours.

  3. 12-29
    4:03
    am

    I live in a glass house, so I don’t reckon I’ll be throwin’ any stones anytime soon.

    Good for you for finding the top of it.

  4. 12-29
    7:22
    am

    What dresser?

  5. 12-29
    7:29
    am

    Isn’t that what dressers are supposed to look like? Mine actually doesn’t look too bad right now, but we’ve only been living in this apartment for 3 months, I’m sure it will get worse.

  6. 12-29
    8:33
    am

    Most of my house looks like that right now……I have to start un-decorating and get all Christmas stuff put away. I am anxious to start on new projects for 2011! :snoopy:

  7. 12-29
    8:36
    am

    Don’t feel bad that is how my house looks right now! I told my hubby that I needed help he told me the house looked fine just “lived in”…I get OCD about that!! At least you have the energy to get to it now..I am still trying to make a path through the living room!

  8. 12-29
    8:45
    am

    Dont feel bad. My dinning room table looks like that often. I clean it off and a week later its piled up again with stuff.

  9. 12-29
    8:52
    am

    I’m glad I’m not the only one that happens to.

  10. 12-29
    8:55
    am

    :purpleflower: Dressers are highly overrated. I find when I have items flowing on the floor around mine, then and only then will I attempt to find the top of my dresser! lol

  11. 12-29
    9:06
    am

    I truly understand, and now that our house has construction going on, it will be a disaster for a while. Eat chocolate, breathe deeply, and things will find their balance! Maybe you can do a post on house cleaning with a bulldozer. I’ll be taking notes! lol

  12. 12-29
    9:26
    am

    Organized chaos, I’m sure!

  13. 12-29
    9:58
    am

    Mine looked like that for about five months! I finally had to clean it (and dust it-Oh my goodness) when I was having Christmas Eve at my house…..It will look like that again in another few months. I don’t worry about it, though! :) You may not believe it, but I still know what is on there!!!

  14. 12-29
    10:02
    am

    Ha, I remember that commercial too. All winter long I have a pile of chore clothes that never get put away as we go through so many. Wear, wash,pile…wear, wash, pile. That is how it goes.

  15. 12-29
    10:26
    am

    I spent a whole day decluttering my kitchen.

  16. 12-29
    10:34
    am

    Suzanne, I can totally relate to your dresser decor! I haven’t seen the top of mine for a LONG time. But, I do know where everything is on there. I hope. I’m impressed with your energy to clean yours off!

  17. 12-29
    10:53
    am

    HaHa….my dresser AND my husbands dresser looks like that!!! worse probably…it has been declared a safety hazard.

  18. 12-29
    11:38
    am

    Hey Suzanne!

    Good grief! Did you sneak into my house and take a picture of MY DRESSER? :hissyfit: Seriously woman! All of my dressers in my room look like that right now! How did that happen? I’ll tell you. 2 kids! :? :?

    Happy New Year!
    Angela :wave:

  19. 12-29
    11:45
    am

    Ha! Mine looked like that for YEARS (not months), and the only time it’d get cleared up was when we’d move to a new place every time. Gets cluttered up again every time! LOL!!!

  20. 12-29
    12:36
    pm

    :woof:
    I am looking, looking–and is this not what most of our dressers looking like? I do even want to mention my closet!!
    Now Suzanne, if you post a picture of a nice neat and tidy dresser, just think of the added stress you are puttting on all of us. ;)

  21. 12-29
    6:34
    pm

    looks like a begining (sp?) shot of an episode of Hoarders. lol

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