What to do with a little bird?

November 9, 2008 at 4:37 am Leave a comment


The other day whilst having a bit of a browse in the local shops I came across these little birds.  I have seen them before however at the time they did not have any green ones, so I was very excited to find these.  My house is decorated in a lot of green and brown (I know it sounds like a forest, but trust me it isn’t).

I have 3 of them and am thinking of attaching them to some rustic looking twine and hanging down a small wall I have near one of my doors, or alternatively placing some white twigs in a glass vase and hanging them off that ala christmas tree? 

I did try to snap a branch off mum’s tree yesterday (sorry mum), but it just didn’t work (slight skin injury and weird broken twig), so I might head for a walk down the river this afternoon to see what I can discover.

I was planning on drilling holes into my walls today to do all of this, and hang the mountains of pictures and other pieces I seem to be accumulating, but it would seem motivation has left me for now.  I think I might instead head to my friend Jack’s for a wine, hmmm home decorating or wine, such a hard choice!



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