and I have a problem. I like bowls, lots of bowls. Each one has a specific function, which means I can't get rid of any of them. Nope. I'm keeping them all.
I bought the bowl on the left because we always had them growing up and I can't live without them. Plus, they are perfect M&M bowls. I bought the bowl on the right from amazon because I thought it was much smaller, oops. Too bad, not getting rid of it, love it's tiny cuteness.
The bowl on the left is perfect for yogurt and I love it. I bought the bowl on the right for a candy dish. Then I discovered that the dog can reach the candy dish and I needed something with a little more height. I've moved on, but I'm keeping it anyway; mostly because I like the ridge on the top edge.
I bought this bowl because, at the time, I didn't have any bowls that could go into the microwave. It's perfect for cereal and ice cream.
I bought this bowl from Anthropologie because it's awesome. Ice cream tastes wonderful when you eat it out of this bowl. It's mah fav.
I got this bowl with a cheap set of dishes that I've recently trashed, but I kept the bowls. They are too deep to comfortably eat cereal, but it's perfect for my edamame, which I eat while I'm making dinner.
Now, this wouldn't be that weird, except for the fact that I don't just own one of each. There is a total 31 bowls in my cabinets, and that doesn't even count the bowls I don't use that often.
Hi, my name is Ginner and I have a problem. I like bowls, lots of bowls.