So, one of the things I love about Klee is his creative spark. It's fun to be with someone who appreciates a good project like I do. He embraces my eclectic flair, and contributes a great deal of his own.
As a chef, Klee has completely altered my relationship with food. The man is an artist. I mean, he needs his own spot on the Food Network, complete with cult following. And, frankly, I deserve a cajones medal for even attempting to cook for him. Fortunately, he still appreciates a good "kick ass" cottage cheese loaf, tater tot casserole, or stone soup. (I mean, really, who doesn't?)
The kitchen here at Belmont Cottage is not chef-worthy by any means, and is lacking in certain basics for meal prep... like dishes. When Klee came to join us, this dish deficit became more apparent. Being financially challenged, buying a new dish set was not an option. Hence, we decided to start our dish project, and it has been fabulous!
Of course, I have my favorites...
Like, I really love this little turquoise bowl because it says biscuit on the bottom
And, this little coffee mug has become my little cup of comfort in the mornings.
They remind me of the green vintage glasses I used to have in college. Don't know what happened to those...
And, I sort of have a thing for birds. We even found a fun Elliott's Owl plate. Hopefully it lasts long enough for him to use it when he's older.