Friday, October 17, 2008


It's not a living room by title, but we live in our den. It's a small and cozy room, complete with television (HD, of course), and a fireplace. The "boys" watch TV, I read books and blog on my laptop, and we all have "den tailgate parties" when we're feeling kinda Sunday, I mean when we're watching NFL football.

Amigo, age 16, watches college football. Husband watches Survivor, Ghosthunters, and the Antiques Road Show. Me? I'm happy with Jeopardy and Green Bay Packer games.

But when we live in this small space for too long, it gets crowded. Overloaded. Messed up. It becomes (drum roll) the Cave. It gets so full it's hard to walk through the room!

Buttercup manages, though. I hope she can find her way out again. She managed last Christmas; I'm sure she can handle football season.

Bill Me Later sponsored this blog blast, while Parent Bloggers Network inspired bloggers to post their own versions of the Man Cave. If you have a Man Cave, complete with Cave Relics, you can enter a contest for a new and improved Man Cave by submitting photos and video here!

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Blogger Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

Mr. B's with me today--he says you have a beautiful place and loves your rabbit. :)

10/17/2008 10:28 AM  
Blogger Momstart said...

that's a great man cave

10/17/2008 4:05 PM  
Blogger Margaret Cloud said...

Nice photos, looks cluttered but very cozy. We have a man cave it is our front room, it is the sun porch in the warm weather. Please feel free to come on by.

10/18/2008 8:45 AM  
Anonymous The Founding Father said...

"Man Cave" was a term invented by the HGTV network. Find out the real deal at

Be A Man.

- The Founding Father

10/26/2008 1:20 AM  

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