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Wednesday, August 13, 2008

My favorite Christmas gift

This is the best present I've gotten in a long time. Last year, my mom heard me complaining about how hard it is to find tools around my house. They never get put back after projects, screwdrivers disappear like chocolate, little pieces of tools are strewn across the work bench, ect.

On Christmas morning last year, this is what I opened up. I was so excited to have a PINK tool box of my own. My mom knows that a girl really needs her own set of stuff. Everything has its own little place to sit and I can tell right away if something is missing. Brian seems to instinctively know that he needs permission to use the pink stuff, which is great. I pull this out of the closet at least 4 times a week and I can always find what I need for the projects I do around the house. (mostly screwing or hammering something into place)


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5 comments:

Ronda said...

I love it! I want one! We just went through the same thing over the weekend where D.R. was just about to run to the hardware store to buy a new screwdriver, when I found one way in the back of the cupboard! of course it wins points with me because it is pink!

dana said...

PINK! I love it. Great gift mom!

Melissa said...

Thats awesome!!! All girls should have pink tools!!!

Anonymous said...

I LOVE this set! I have a similar one (NOT in pink) but it has less items. A few years ago I specifically asked my parents for tools for Christmas. I was so tired of not being able to do those kinds of things right away. Although I let someone borrow my screwdriver set and it came back broken. So sad!!! ~Erin

Flssgrl said...

It is great....I got one for my Mom a few years ago for Christmas. I wanted one for myself and my hubby wanted me to order to and one would be a gift from him to me....at the time I was being all sentimental about my gift and the surprise so I did not and now I wish I had!

 

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