~ Don’t Label Me! ~

We bought a label maker.

Big deal?

I’ve labeled everything from the files in our filing drawer (which is the reason I bought it), to every cabinet in the kitchen, to the shelves in the closet.

I love this thing.  It’s so clean and it reeks of ORDER….something I always need more of.

I was having a blast labeling everything I could get my hands on.

Until I had to buy a new tape cartridge for my P-Touch Machine.

ONE measly cartridge cost $15.00!!!  ARGH!

Now I’m wishing I hadn’t wasted its tape labeling the catbox.

Or the Bidet.

Or the fishbowl.

From now on, only the essentials are getting labeled.

Like the mailbox.

and maybe the trash can.

and the cat food bin.

But that is absolutely it.

 

…except maybe the key rack.

…and the shoe rack.

But that is totally absolutely it.

 

….except maybe my sock drawer.

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3 thoughts on “~ Don’t Label Me! ~

  1. Elizabeth Adamczak

    OK – it’s time to get some help, Sweetie!

  2. Breall

    I’m with Elizabeth on this one! After my last spur-of-the-moment visit with you, my first words to Jack when I arrived back at our hotel were something along the lines of “she labels EVERYTHING!” (Little did I know that you had stuck a “Dweeb” sticker on my forehead!) 🙂

  3. Don

    We moved into our new house. Light switches everywhere. Master bath = 5, living room = 6, etc. Slowly Cher is removing the labels.

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