This week's theme for "My Place and Yours" is Top Drawer. While I have not visited all the participants this week, those that I have visited have very organized top drawers.
A Yahoo search of top drawer produces entries for lingerie and furniture companies. Makes sense. I searched for the term "meaning of top drawer" and The Phrase Finder lists the meaning as "of the best quality; of the highest social standing." Victorian gentry kept their most valuable items in the highest drawer of a bedroom chest of drawers. The phrase was used to denote a person's social standing based on family background. Your family was either 'top drawer' or not. Sometimes Hubs will proclaim one of my meals top drawer. I guess he is saying it was a really good meal, not that the vegetables or meat were high in social standing.
The top drawer I am sharing this week is not organized nor does it contain valuable items. In every one of my homes, a top drawer in the kitchen has always been designated as The Junk Drawer. It is the drawer that holds all the stuff that only belongs in a junk drawer.
If you would like to see what some Top Drawer people keep in their Top Drawer, visit Danielle at Hello Owl.