Friday, March 23, 2018

All the Frills: Getting Precise

I’m doing a lot of reshuffling at home these days. I’ve welcomed a lot of new books and new art pieces into my home and that necessitates a lot of moving stuff around to accommodate the new pieces. But I think I’m finally happy with the way I’ve got this shelf of oversized art books arranged. And how wonderful is my little rabbit? Every time I look at it I’m reminded of Watership Down, one of my favourite books ever.

Weekend Reading:


Lorena said...

I grew up in a home that originally had a bidet, I never understood why it was removed and a table was set where it was... I guess we needed the space ? Regardless it was quite an interesting read.

LyddieGal said...

I've only used a bidet once, it's strange to think how adverse we are to them!
My friend has pakistani in-laws, when they visit she puts a watering can in the bathroom for them. I don't know why she won't just get a bidet!

I did think those barbies looked stupid, but barbie is not the role model for diversity, and if she wants to be she's going to have to try a lot harder.

Chic on the Cheap

Cee said...

That Barbie. All I can do is shake my head. As for the bidet, it always seems sort of funny to us in North America but I can honestly say that after travelling to countries where toilet paper cannot be flushed for the first time last year, I understand how eminently practical they really are!

JennaStevie said...

Ugh how is it possible creeps like that keep getting away with things? So bizarre
Yas bidet all the waaaay, I don’t have one but have used them before, very cool.
That Barbie is the worst.