Wednesday, October 14, 2009

...whose rights...

Hi. We awoke to a light film of frost this morning as the sun began it's ascent. It was not quite a '3Dog Night' temperature wise, but it certainly was in my bed. A sweet, mature coupe came in via my website to order sunflower border and I found just what they wanted. A business associate who has a tough time remaining 'mum', (pun intended) didn't know that people still like to use borders in certain areas. I have over 200 wallpaper books of which 94% include borders so I cannot help her at this stage of the game. The client was satisfied and that's all that matters. Who's right? Me. Speaking of rights, on this day in 1979 the first Gay Rights March on Washington, D.C. took place, demanding "an end to all social, economic, judicial, and legal oppression of lesbian and gay people." The march drew 200,000 people. Late yesterday I chose a Tapestria fabric for the recovering of 6 Dining Room chairs and found a dark blue diamond pattern fabric for a Box Pleated Valance. This is the third home that I have decorated for the client. Their once infant son is now 24, so please pass the Oil of Olay Night Emergency Under eye cream. And march! Have a great day, stand up for what you believe and demand respect. Also give it when appropriate. Shown: "Dancing Witches Coir Mat." Supposedly a business associate is the second from left but I wasn't there in 1692. Update:Michael Jackson's three children, Prince, Paris, and Blanket, will appear on the new Jackson reality show, The Jacksons: A Family Dynasty. Yikes. Also, Country ingenue Taylor Swift and dead pop star Michael Jackson led the contenders for the 37th annual American Music Awards, and will both vie for the artist of the year prize, organizers said on Tuesday. "Billboard Magazine"
"Good judgment comes from experience, and often experience comes from bad judgment." Rita Mae Brown