This morning, we heated up our leftover food over the stove. It felt like such an old-fashioned way of reheating leftovers.
This is what life was like before microwaves.
When I was heating the food in a pan on the stove, I was thinking about the time I came home once and remembering how I went downstairs to the basement, and somehow, there were literally four microwaves stacked on top of each other. I had no idea where they had come from or why we even had them. So then I asked my dad.
Apparently, he had been collecting free microwaves around the city from Craigslist when people have moved.
“You never know when your microwave will break down!” he said.
Well, I lived at my last apartment for four years, and the microwave never failed me. At this apartment, where Chris has lived over seven years, this microwave has been more than sufficient.
Hoarding is not a good thing. It’s not healthy, either. At least all those microwaves are gone now.