To Dry For

Man, I just love marketing people! The cleaver names they come up with!

Tea towels can be lovely, lovely things. I have a whole drawer in the kitchen just designated to towels. The manfriend hates most of them because they’re not super-absorbent terrycloth. Considering that he does most of the cooking, his needs on this one outweigh my sense of style.

It’s not that I’m a bad cook, I’m not. I’m a great cook (I owe it to my mother). I just don’t like doing the day-to-day cooking. After a long day at work, and then hitting the gym on my way home, the last thing I want to do is cook. And what’s the point when I live with a man who will whip up maple-glazed pork tenderloin, roasted sweet potatoes, a yummy salad, and homemade almond and chocolate nut clusters on a Tuesday night? Not to mention that I don’t like cooking for two people. When I lived alone I pretty much lived on cheese quesadillas. This was before I learned I was intolerant of wheat and dairy. Come to think of it, that year of my life might have been the cause. Hmm.  Anyway, when I have the time and the motivation (i.e. a group to cook for) I can whip-up some pretty amazing things.

Okay, back on track. The fact that the manfriend perfers our ugly terrycloth towels is fine by me as he trashes those suckers. I would be very reluctant to turn him loose with the lovely things found at To Dry For. I swear I’m half tempted to buy some, frame them, and hang them on the walls in my kitchen. Would that be weird?

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All towels sell for around $15.

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