Wildy the Journeyman (into_the_wild) wrote,
Wildy the Journeyman
into_the_wild

:: How to Mend a Lamp ::


:: How to Mend a Lamp ::



We dreamed of the ideal environment when we want to live. 
We examined our budget, we shared out ideas, and then we took steps to design
The place that would be most ideal with the given financial commitments. 
Some nice artwork, some nice furniture pieces, a nice kitchen island.
A nice lamp. Maybe two. Nice is usually nice term to describe something
Within affordability. And of course, nice things existed more easily without a cat. 
Nice apartments with cats, I would assume, are, erm, a little more bare. 
So it was not wrong to suppose that the sudden arrival of FrancFranc would lead
To the demise (and destruction) to the nice things in the house. 
The first casualty was the slim Humpty Dumpty lamp once sitting happily 
On the TV console. After a close brush with the curious kitty, it broke a leg. 
Slim HD was about to be thrown away, until I came up with the idea to 
Do some paper machie cast after taping the broken pieces together. 
The original idea was to have it bandaged in cloth bandage, but the 
Contrast would have been lacking. Fortunately there were some copies of
Old maps from National Geographic which were then stripped and then 
Added to give it a nicer effect. Let's hope FrancFranc will not
Break the other leg. 

Tags: diary, francfranc
Subscribe

  • The Pitcher Plant

    I have been staying in my current apartment for about twenty months already. At the thirty-sixth level, it enjoys great…

  • A Complete Quantum of the Seas Experience

    Since the last Royal Caribbean Cruise trip ended abruptly with a COVID scare, I was determined to use the cruise credits for another trip before the…

  • What's with the blogging or journaling again?

    Actually, this journaling initiative was related to my social media detox. Since eons ago, I have stopped posting on Facebook (never really liked…

  • Post a new comment

    Error

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded 

    When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
    You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.
  • 0 comments