Saturday, October 31, 2009

Stuff Around The House #14


This is number 14 in my never ending series of stuff around the house. These are some objects placed on a shelf behind where I sit when working on the computer. Some of the stuff was put there on purpose, other things just ended up there. The Russian on the box means "bird" - it had a metal windup bird in it.

10 comments:

The Crap Blog Detective said...

This is your 14th entry about all the clutter you stack up in your house? My advise to you: stop blogging start cleaning.

Manx Mercurio said...

I rather love your clutter! I think it's creative and very interesting.

A Valdese Blogger said...

CBD: I've had worse advise.

Manx: Why thank you Manx!

Wendy said...

But what is that green guy wearing boxing gloves? I want to know his story.

Regarding CBD... I've had success writing about getting rid of my clutter. LOL Also with pictures.

Heather said...

Interesting arrangement. I really like the yellow tea pot! What is that blue thing on the top shelf?

Kristin said...

I just discovered your blog and wanted to let you know I enjoyed it. It's a good relaxing Sunday afternoon read. : )

I started my own blog this week, I'd love it if you checked it out-

http://excerpts-kristin.blogspot.com/

A Valdese Blogger said...

Wendy: The green guy is something I picked up at a flea market. I remembered similar things from when I was young. I like it!

Heather: The blue thing? That's a face jug - genuine Catawba Valley North Carolina pottery. Face jugs are pretty cool, nice and grotesque. They come in all sizes, and in all price ranges. This one is small, and came from a potter in Vale, NC. I bought it at a little festival in Valdese.

Kristin: Thanks!

Jude said...

I love looking at other people's stuff because I'm now trying to get rid of all mine too much stuff to dust.

A Valdese Blogger said...

Jude: You dust? lol - I should dust a bit more I guess. If I dusted at all, that would be a bit more.

санжог said...

ptichka, the space craft,little bird, I worked with Russians.

I found you on Crap blog detective. HA HA