Notes and anecdotes from the design world.
Yikes. But that pink one is so campy I almost like it.
Nope, but I shall now being styling all of my cords into hearts.
Melody: I think these things leave camp behind in the dust somewhere.Raina: So clever! A stylist's work is never done.
When I first saw these I wondered if the heavy layer of dust they collected would be a benefit when these shades eventually explode into a ball of fire. Not saying that they would, in fact - I'm sure they wouldn't ... but they totally look like the would)
They're supposed to be modeled after the costumes in Grand Hotel. Call me old fashioned but I think they kind of missed the mark.
Could but Wouldn't!
Not me. Not in a box, not with a fox, not in a house, not with a mouse.
Nope, would never purchase one even if it were April 1st. -Brenda-
Oh Paul, that was what I was going to say (in your last comment). I'm the one with the 4 year old that reads that book on a regular basis you know. I'll have to be a little quicker next time I guess!
Brenda: I wonder if anyone buys these things.Sharon: As a soon to be ex-patriate, you have to set aside those things and start reading British kids books. Classics like the Princess and Curdie, and the Boys Cuchulain. But then again, my beloved My First Dictionary is written by a guy in London but I don't know how approproiate it is for children.
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