Sometimes on the way to your dream,

you get lost and find a better one.

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Calendar Tuesday # 10

**I was SURE I had this scheduled**  :(

okay, here we go:

today is Tuesday October 4th, the first Tuesday of the month, which is, as we all know by now, Calendar Tuesday.

first today is the Country Home Ideas picture:

for me, the chandelier is a little over the top, something smaller would suit me better,  but I do love a decent sized coffee table. My own is long enough, at 120cm, but a bit too narrow to suit me, 58cm, although given my lack of space here anything wider would have me inching sideways around the room everytime I wanted to come or go.

Second is the Violent Veg image:

"I've never seen a bruise that bad before"  poor apple, they do bruise easily :)

and now the one you're waiting for, Suzy Toronto!





"Boots Don't Count When He Says You Have Too Many Shoes

I never tell him he has too many tools, trucks or golf clubs.
So why does he think I have too many pairs of shoes?

Actually, it’s not my fault. It’s a genetic predisposition carved deep into my DNA.

And to make matters worse, those insensitive shoe manufacturers prey on my disability, making such temptingly adorable shoes that I simply can’t resist. I’m telling you…it’s out of my control.
Ok, so I have a few pairs of shoes…all right, maybe more than a few.

But cute shoes are my therapy, and I must have them to survive!
(Besides, boots don’t count when he says you have too many shoes!)
So, yes, as a matter of fact, I do need another pair!"


I like Suzy's way of thinking! Maybe I'll go boot shopping :) I'd have to find flat heels though.

 
 
 

14 comments:

  1. I agree on the chandelier it is way too big even for a large dinning room, especially not for a living room.

    And yes, shoes are women's equivalent to a man and his tools.

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    1. joeh; glad we can agree. women's shoes and men's tools are the same thing in my opinion too. Neither should complain about the other's purchases of these items.

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  2. If you like it or enjoy it. Then you don't have to many.
    Coffee is on

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    1. Peppylady (Dora); I'm not one for buying lots of shoes, but I do have a few more pairs than I used to. Still only six pairs though and one pair is slippers.

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  3. I don't care for a chandelier that size anywhere but a castle and then only maybe. Years ago, we had an old library table with the legs cut down - perfect coffee table!

    I have a couple pair of shoes ...

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    1. S.J.Qualls, the only thing I like about chandeliers is looking at the glittery prettiness. I would never have one. I'd love an old library or dining table cut down, but I simply don't have the space.

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  4. Shoes don't float my boat. I have more than enough earrings to compensate.
    Love the Violent Veg. Chandaliers need cleaning. And it wouldn't be an easy job either.

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    1. Oops. I can spell, really I can. Sorry about that. I will be in the corner typing chandelier 100 times.

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    2. Elephant's Child; shoes aren't my thing either, but I do own four backpacks and two handbags, plus a small rolling suitcase. I'd rather collect DVDs and books.

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  5. Who doesn't love shoes.
    Merle.......

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    1. ME!! I prefer going barefoot.

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    2. Merle; I like them, just don't see the need to have more than four or five pairs. I have sneakers (new), winter shoes, summer shoes and sandals plus a pair of slippers. That's it. I'd love a pair of boots, but can't get them to fit, my calves are too big. I also like going barefoot, but it isn't easy outside.

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  6. More shoes the better I say...and more colours, too. Styles and colours to suit all occasions even if you have to make up occasions!

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    1. Lee; you'd rival that Filipino woman whose name I can't...aha! Imelda Marcos! You have as many shoes as she did?
      I just wear the same old things until they fall apart, then buy a new pair

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