As you know, our tenant moved out and we now have this vacant guest room. It contains bedroom furniture, a TV and DVD player, as well as a microwave and refrigerator:
In addition to the black refrigerator, we have two other refrigerators.
One is in the kitchen (fresh produce, eggs, cheese, frozen veggies, ice cream, ice cubes, and condiments):
And the other is in the living room (beverages, carbohydrates, and frozen meat):
Because the other two refrigerators are used daily, we don’t want to get rid of them. But, the black one in the guest room? Do we really need it, since we don’t intend to make the room a rental unit again?
I guess we will keep it for now. When Lisa vacations in Hawaii, she can store her wine or beer in it, as well as fresh fruits and other groceries. That guest room will have everything she could possibly want. Reach for a beer in the black refrigerator, sit on the chair, and watch TV. Then, take a few steps and fall into her bed after brushing her teeth in her own private bathroom.
But, I have to admit that THREE refrigerators are a lot of refrigerators for our house.