Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Wedding band wisdom

Last week, I was making scones (=perfect Sunday mother) and as I did, I removed my wedding band and placed it on the kitchen counter to make sure I didn't get it covered in dough and flour. Well, Niki found it and then it was suddenly GONE. She had no clue as to the ring's whereabouts. I searched all over the kitchen, with increasing anxiety until I finally found it inside the dishwasher.

I want to help you and me from losing things and when I say things I mean rings. It doesn't have to be wedding bands, just rings you love.

I found the perfect place to keep them while you cook, so you don't have to worry about dough or any other food related issue. Place your ring on top of your tabasco bottle. It will fit perfectly and stay there patiently while you cook or bake. It might also remind you that hotness is still close at hand.

You're welcome.


  1. I once spent four hours in the rubbish heap behind a hotel after I used my wedding band in the absence of an egg cup. (Rings are otherwise very good egg holders). But thanks. Now I know where they belong.

  2. Thanks for the tip! My daughter is very much attracted to my rings, too. I was in the shower to other day (of course, the toddler was nearby, I said goodbye to privacy a while ago) when I heard a clinking noise. I dove out of the shower just in time to stop them from going down the drain... Right now, I keep the rings on a chain around my neck because of sexy pregnancy-related water retention affecting also my fingers.


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