Well me neither. Until I saw this at Second Shout Out:
And now, a five foot tall birdcage is very much needed.
It needs to hang from the highest ceiling in our house. Because our house is lacking theatre and drama.
I wouldn’t put an actual bird in it. Maybe the pretty gifts that birds leave for us, like a fistful of peacock feathers. I’d tuck the feathers into a pile of teal blue glass holiday baubles filling the bottom of the birdcage.
Imagine what else you could do with this thing. For Halloween, fill it with grinning glittery skulls. Chocolates for Valentine’s Day. You could have a lot of fun with this.
What crazy thing have you wanted to bring home? Or actually brought home? If you want to read a funny story about the craziest of crazy things brought home, you MUST read Victoria Elizabeth Barnes’ story about the day she brought home a mirror with a whole kingdom on it. Yes, you read that right. They say it’s twelve feet tall (but it looks more like seven). Believe it or not, its size is not the most remarkable thing. You have to check out Victoria’s story!