Thursday, October 23, 2008

Glitter theory proved wrong!

We began our trek to the High Point Furniture Market on Tuesday! It's a mixed bad of excitement, adventure and sheer exhaustion. Anticipating Market, I was filled with visions of showing you the most exciting find of the day, new trends, fabulously inspiring booths, and interesting people! But alas, at the end of each weary day, with aching feet and sometimes headaches, several hours of sorting and culling gathered information, grabbing a bite to eat and visiting with my darling friend Jan, who houses us with the finest accommodations and treats each year......well, you get the picture



Today, however, I did run across one thing that disproved my theory that glitter makes everything appealing (i.e. crows and spiders). Check it out and see for yourself!


So there you have it..........my glitter theory has been proved wrong.


6 comments:

michelle said...

Oh DEE! Point taken. I guess glitter doesn't improve everything.

Denise said...

I guess there's an exception to every rule, as proven by this frightening specimen!

emily said...

This made me laugh out loud before I even read the post. Oh dee indeed.

Melissa Marilyn said...

SO disappointing!

kim said...

Is that a glittered lab?? I alsao thought glitter made everything beautiful! poor ugly lab...

Jill said...

That's scary, so scary!