He also mimics cat fight noises and the postman's bike.........I get confused a lot.
I can relate to the bower bird... my cat noises aren't as good but I keep persisting...the neighbours are worried.
I like a lot of things, rescuing them, keeping them and thinking about how to make my nest nicer.
At last count I had 21 ways to seat myself in my house and surrounds......
And I only have one butt...
This glamorous stool...be very, very careful what you wish for when googling stool... was rescued from The Shed. It's held together with lead paint and splinters.
I like it. It's sturdy. The paint chips all over the place, it's caster wheels scratch the hard wood floors but it holds my weight when I change light bulbs and dust the ceiling fans.
It's ugly but useful.
Exhibit B. This beauty is also sturdy, lead based...and needing some love.
I don't want to talk out of school, but it's also a finger pincher.
I want my workhorses to by shiny again, useful and pretty.
Do I paint them a solid colour, dip the legs, dip the seat, make them classy and timeless or fun and easily changeable?
I just want to use my sander...I live on the edge, lead paint do your worst.
In my dreams I want these but my budget says 'hello!" $400 for three, plus postage because nothing exists beyond pine furniture in my part of the world.
Pine is fine...if your a tree.
My butt wants better options. What would you suggest?
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