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Photo Hunt: Electric

There seem to be electronic devices in almost every room of our house. Here are our cell phones: my iPhone, Brad's cell, and two Italian cell phones. These all need chargers, regular and car chargers!

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When we travel to Italy there are phones/chargers, camera and video camera with chargers, iPod, and laptop with power cord. Each charger for a U.S. item need an adapter.

The bathroom is simple: a hair dryer. I can do without it. Brad would NOT be happy.

We have a TV in the bedroom we never watch. There is a Tivo box under the bed, but that is a WHOLE OTHER STORY! It goes with the story of the 42" paperweight in the great room (television). Don't ask.

In Brad's office, we have two laptops, an external hard drive, a huge printer, cable box, stereo equipment, a dvd player, and yes, still a VHS player with a television.

I the kitchen, I CONSTANTLY use my coffee maker, often use my Kitchen Aid mixer, and Cuisenart. Occasionally I need a blender or immersion blender. The toaster comes out of the pantry once or twice a year. I do not own a crock pot, deep fryer, or bread machine.

If the power was to go out, I have a gas grill, a gas stovetop and most importantly...

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Comments (3)

LOL - the various things we take on trips to stay connected would be a great idea for this theme!

I thought that Brad had that paperweight fixed (says the one who still isn't able to re-network the PCs in the house)?

Isn't amazing how many electrical appliances we now need in our life. But sometimes the best doesn't use it! Coffee.....

I laughed when I first saw this post. Very creative :)

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