adult salt and pepper grinder

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LOL Remember when you thought, ‘Once Lakehouse weekend is over, I’ll resume posting regularly!’

After all, June had to stay home from daycare (little bug, she’s fine), Neil had meetings two days in a row (I was alone with her), and I had 4 at a time. One project was closed. My brain is in scramble mode trying to get through everything. When a toddler is obsessed with God, you know what’s all over my house. (She’s been very busy lately, but she’s very grateful to her three favorite babysitters: Encanto, Sesame Street, and Moana). Anyway โ€“ I got it *almost* all done, but I just couldn’t get back to *here* as planned!

(Basically what I’m saying is if your life is a mess right now, get together.)

Anyway, today’s post is short and cute. Protagonist: My sweet salt and pepper grinder. Knowing she’s in her thirties, she decides it’s time to finally grow up and get a nice looking salt and pepper grinder. (Instead of keeping buying bad glass ones at Trader Joe’s and accidentally twisting the top and spilling giant salt pellets all over your food. Or maybe it’s just me.๐Ÿ˜‚) Anyway, I was tired of seeing them myself. Counter, but I didn’t want to pay an arm and a leg for the boogie version either.

Enter: good old Amazon.I found it These guys for just $33-A beautiful acacia tree that looks like it came from a bougie cooking store somewhere in Europe and is incredibly cute sitting on my counter. I don’t want to know how much salt is used in ) but it still works great! (Plus, they have tons of great reviews!)

Today is up to here. My brain is still in melting mode, but if you’re like me, trying to upgrade the little things in life, I hope you love it. This salt and pepper grinder set As much as I do!

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