And Where is my Mixer?

Normally I pride myself on my unpacking time, but because we moved into a house that we had to renovate as we went along this time, it has taken something more than a week to get things in place.

In fact, several things still aren't in place.

Like my mixer. Which has been missing for two months.

What frustrates me most is that I have opened every single box in this house and I STILL can't find my mixer! And since I packed and moved everything myself, I'm pretty sure it didn't fall of a truck somewhere.

So, today I finally broke down and bought a new mixer. I had to, the lack of one was sorely cutting into our ability to eat a wide variety of foods at home rather than going out to eat.

I expect I'll find my old mixer tomorrow. Probably in a box with some shoes or something.

Isn't that how it always goes?

About airforcewife

airforcewife started her military journey as an Army National Guard wife, but upon experiencing base housing decided to aim high and made the switch to the Air Force. That's worked pretty well for Air Force Family so far, even though airforcewife holds the spouse world record for Come to Jesus talks with various members of the command.

Air Force Family has four children, two pit bulls, and a Mother-in-Law who lost her mind eight years ago. Despite the reputation of pit bulls, airforcewife would like to assure you that her Mother-in-Law is truly the most dangerous of the group, and is banned in more places than the dogs.

airforcewife gets through Air Force Guy's frequent deployments and TDY's by frequently attending her boxing gym, after the chance discovery last deployment that hitting things really does make life better. She also volunteers as the Ambassador for Sew Much Comfort to Bethesda National Naval Medical Center and in a variety of other causes throughout the year.

airforcewife has no idea what the future holds, but decided five years ago that she wants to be Andi when she grows up.