Tuesday, May 22, 2007

What Could It Be?


piece of a strange carving left over from some ancient civilization?

very old petrified sludge from the washing machine?
or
a stalactite photograph taken deep within the bowels of the earth...maybe at Ruby Falls :)

No?

then how 'bout the bleepin' pitiful remains of my broken chicken lamp?

that's right...the little four-legged rotters ran in destruction mode again and just busted my chicken lamp all up...poor little headless chicken lamp...

and I realize there are those who believe this to be a blow struck in the name of GTD (good taste decorating)*, but I loved that chicken lamp...well, maybe "loved" is a bit strong, but I thought it was pretty darn funny...

now I want to know which little four-legged beastie plans to start peddlin' catnip on the street corner to replace my lamp...

and for RHC, my green goblets
(25 cents a piece...for 7)
Please note the Dunkey on the Edge coffee cup that belong to Mr G :) I love that coffee mug...
*if you think the chicken lamp is scary, wait until I share a photo of my Monkey Lamp [very big grin]
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and I'll get the Tag in a Little Bit but I'm off to the post office right now :)




6 comments:

Rabbit Hill Creations said...

Hi Mrs.G, thanks for sharing those green goblets...I love them! At first I thought that was a picture of a sheep!...must be the wool side of me coming out. :)...have fun with the tag. Toni

"Early Bird" said...

My Hubby would be getting out the Super Glue right about now...he is a pro at putting my broken "stuff" back together!
:)

MaryB said...

Hi Mrs. G, this is my first visit to your blog. I'm sorry about your chicken lamp.
I'm enjoying your blog!!

Deb said...

At least you have a great sense of humor about the broken lamp. Love the goblets.
Debbie

The Feathered Nest said...

Awww, sorry about your chicken lamp. I guess it's beyond repair?

Manuela

Mrs. G said...

its poor little head is in about 50 pieces...some of them teeny tiny...I really should just go ahead & toss it because it is just sitting there on the table reminding me of how irritating it gettin' broken in the first place is...was...

but first I'm going to scavenge the lamp parts...and please let that expensive little twisty bulb still work...

it's all about the journey...