personally, if i had to take a stance on wall decals - unequivocally - i'd have to say i'm against them.
they're stickers. for your walls. i don't know - that seems fundamentally college-like.
but, if given the chance to equivocate a tiny bit, i'd give the ok to these two: the tree is cute. super cute and you can write on it.
and these are bright and happy and would look great in a white room with a big old worn leather couch. maybe that's just because i can't stop thinking about leather couches. big old worn ones. mostly because our microfiber one is being slowly taken over by stains and cat hair.
after some intensive investigation last night, i decided that my belly button is all wrong. it looks like the one on the left, whereas it would be so much better if it looked like the one on the right.
i posed this problem to my trainer, and she said to lose 10 pounds. that seems ludicrous, so i suggested some type of belly button lifting - i mean it really doesn't seem like it would take much. just a stitch, lift, stitch, lift. it would probably be like piercing your ears yourself when you're 13. right?
yeah, so, life's hard.
stay with me today - free associating for lack of better things to report on.
i've always liked furniture made from hunks of wood a lot. everytime brian spots a downed tree, he starts brainstorming what we could make. most likely, we'd need a big wood planer to do something like this, which we don't have. but we can still dream, right?
it would be fun to wake up to these tomorrow morning.
and a delicious omelet with mushrooms in bed, with a mimosa and a few oprah episodes dvr-ed and time to watch them, and a small brazilian dog that looks like a young black lab but is really 11 years old and minature.