Nov 18, 2008

Guess Your Spouse's Job or Hobby???


This is what I came home to find today. My furniture pushed against the wall and every type of musical equipment and computer known to man all over my living room. Skip is a musician and it goes with the territory that sometimes he is in the mood to work from home. That's great, but it makes it a little difficult for the other 4 people who must live in this small home.


This scene I walked in on made me think. Without telling me your husband's profession or hobby, what kind of scene might you walk in on, or what object might be left on the kitchen counter. Send me some info and let me guess.

5 comments:

Linda said...

A belated Happy Birthday to Skip!
This is far too easy, but I can't think of a subtle way to give hints. There is the bumper from a 1957 Ford truck in my closet. At one time there was a car hood from a model A under the bed....
Not hard to guess this one.

Bethany said...

Paul is VERY frugal, and during the 4 year course of his "project" I found he rolled our tile with my rolling pin, mixed spackle with my hand blender, used my dish towels for wiping up his messes, and other assorted household items...? Of course it ruined what we had, so I wound up having to buy new ones. But I LOVE his project, so I just learned to laugh it off...and then go shopping for the things I had to replace. :)

Tiffany said...

That is so funny. Just the other night I was walking across the living room floor and tripped over fishing wire. Then toppled over fishing poles. Don't get me started with several NEW kayaks in the garage. UMMM. what is my hubby's favorite thing to do?

Chappyswife said...

This is a great idea. I've been trying to think of a pic I could post without being too obvious. If I come up with one, I'll let you know.

MotoMom said...

I feel your pain. I just recently gave my husband one whole wall of the living room on which to hang his guitars and line up his amps and cabs. The bass stack is taking up valuable closet space and one side of the desk is covered with the small mixer board and keyboard. Next to that is the rack with pods and preamps and other things with lights. On the floor are effects boards and cables which continually trip me up. Thankfully the "drum kit" and "orchestra" are software and neatly housed on the computer.
He wants to bring his mini-stack home from the office, but we have nowhere to put it.
On the bright side, he does make some pretty music.:)