Disclaimer: I’m not complaining. I don’t care what I eat on, to be honest. One day when I have my own home I would like some pretty dishes, but for now I’ll settle for whatever is the easiest to clean and comes free!
When I heard about the Dish Carnival, I just had to play along. I felt like it would give my readership a better understanding of who I am. Since I’ve never married or lived on my own, I’ve never invested or been given dishes. In addition to those I’m showing, we do have a nice set of black and white plates and bowls.
So (in list form), these are my dishes:
1. These are the only dishes I’ve ever bought. 88 cents for a pack of four plastic plates. I have the matching cups and bowls as well, but only a few of each. I thought I had a pink one around somewhere too, but I couldn’t find it. The rest of the set (I think I had 8 originally) slowly disappeared or got fire junk on it.
2. This is my favorite. They are also plastic, but I have a complete set. I asked a former roommate of mine (thanks Cindy!) for them when she was getting married.
3. This plate makes me laugh. It’s not actually mine, and I’m not sure who it belongs to. I think it adds a little spice to your dinner when you eat on a plate full of exclamation marks.
4. This is a set that a former roommate left behind. They were really cute and nice, but sadly didn’t fare in the fire too well. Most were fine, but I think we lost a few of the bowls.