The older I get the more sentimental I become. I guess it a part of aging and understanding why people do certain things. My Grandma Rhodes always has an apron on. She sometimes wears an apron on top of another apron so she doesn't mess up her good apron, only Grandma. But now, since I wash my own clothes and cook in my own kitchen- I understand why my Grandma always wears an apron. It's not just because it's what old people do- it's because it saves your clothes from a lot of stains. And in the long run- it saves you from a lot of washing.
So everyday that I am in my kitchen, you will find me wearing an apron. And for that reason I want to share an apron with you.
It's a whole apron- but I usually fold the top down. I have an apron like this and love it. You can string a hand towel through the strap and dry your hands from right where you are- instead of hunting for a towel. Not that I do that or anything.
To enter just answer the following question.
Do you wear and apron in the kitchen?
It's really a yes or no question.
Add a few bits of why you do or why you don't.
This apron is supplied by Kitchen Kupboard, my mother-in-law's kitchen store.
She recently remodeled and it looks like a new store. She has a wonderful variety of kitchen products. Not only that- it is a local store with friendly help. Go to her website for more information.
Deadline May 21.
No shipping outside USA and Canada.
Winners will be selected using www.randompicker.com. One entry per person.
Winner will be announced on my blog page Tuesday evening. Please include your email address so I can contact you. If you feel uncomfortable leaving your email address be sure to look at my page Tuesday evening and you can email me your information for shipping address.
Let the giving begin,