Wednesday

SEA BITS

That's what I call all the little bits of oceanic detritus I'm always dragging home. For instance, this past week I went shopping for Christmas decorations at Michael's, but came home with these:
I was actually trying to buy totally normal things like Christmas ribbon, and wrapping paper, and not be maimed by hoards of shoppers toting baskets and carts full of dangerously pointy objects (have you ever noticed how pointy Christmas decorations are? Stars. Fake poinsettia petals. Glitter branches. Elf hats). 

Anyway, if you feel like buying some Christmas shells, Michael's has great stock for under $10 (a bag of varied shells and the large abalone pictured above). 

Also, I saw these for sale. But I'm still a little too traumatized to talk about it.

1 comment:

Lisa said...

So funny. You know for me the thrill of going into Michael's is hunting and finding the more mundane yet useful things that I like to think all the Pointsettia girls glaze over. Standing in line with my two clear glass hurricanes between two women who have two red carts, each, loaded with everything imaginable - I'm invisible and ok with that.
Happy Saturday!
Lisa

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