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Saturday, September 7, 2013

Why Do We Always Break the Things We Love?

 
As a gardener, a lover of flowers and all
round general collector of tchotchkes,
I have a lot of vases.  Ohhh, do I have
vases.  So why, while I was cleaning the
kitchen did I have to hit this vase with
the copper kettle and send it smashing to
the floor?  I loved this vase, it went so
nicely with my sunny yellow kitchen and
could hold a giant clump of wildflowers
and just look so perfect... and it was the
blue I love... and it was polka dots!
 
I knew I shouldn't have bothered cleaning
the kitchen.

4 comments:

  1. So sorry your favorite vase is broken - it truly was a lovely one!! Hope your day goes better!

    Blessings

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  2. Wasn't there anything to sew??? Fabric is soft, it won't break it it falls down....

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  3. Tchotchkes, that's what we collect, but I know about losing one of our special tchotchkes! You are so funny and Jewish, it cracks me up...

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  4. But, wait, wait! Don't throw away those beautiful pieces. Keep them for a mosaic flower pot or something. The vase will still be there, just transformed!
    best, nadia

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