An Experiment of Micro-wave Proportions

When my husband and I returned from our holiday trip to Utah, we came home to a house that we determined, after conducting several experiments, had no micro waves. The spinner would spin, the light would turn on, the clock would count down the seconds towards yummy quesadilla or leftovers, but there was no heat.

Determining that there was no warmth coming from our beloved appliance, we called it: Jan 1, 2008, 9:00 p.m.

So now (after realizing that the cheapest microwave our closest discount store carried was $70), we have decided to conduct an experiment as to whether we actually need a microwave, taking up valuable counter space. Can we travel back in time 50 years and survive without this wonderful appliance?

Let the games begin.


SKye said...

You'll be able to do anything that you put your mind to, and I admire you for doing so. Now, if you try living without a hot-water heater.. Well, that is a whole new era of masochism.

mamasteph said...

Keep us posted and let us know how this adventure goes. We personally would have a hard time going without--those steam fresh frozen veggies that you throw in the microwave are a lifesaver for us at dinner time!

Hair Goddess said...

Uh your nuts not to have to microwave! I am just saying as the domestic goddess that I am - Microwave's are my only saving grace :)