Saturday, October 2, 2010

Shopping can be a tiring experience!

14 comments:

EG Wow said...

Hey! If it's naptime then it's time to take a nap. :)

Carraol said...

A moment of reflection? Great catch!

Small City Scenes said...

Oh my oh my
What to say.

An overstuffed chair for an overstuffed gent. MB

VP said...

Love the size of the armchair...

Paula said...

Reminds me of a resting, out-of-season Santa Claus.
(You may have to settle for coal in your stocking if he caught you!)

Bob Poris said...

Contemplating one’s navel is exhausting

anjoe playhouse said...

... to your comment about Christmas things - a Danish blogger friend who lives in London told recently that a department store 3 weeks earlier, had opened a large department only with the Christmas stuff. That/this must be more YIKES :-D

Seeing your photo, well perhaps the poor woman already prepares easter with all that stuff *LOL*

Paula said...

Re: Mrs. Claus?...great, now I'm probably in trouble too!
:/

Jack said...

Looks like a very inviting spot. (Yawn.)

Halcyon said...

Ah yes... but not with those colorful shoes!

Steffe said...

She needs to go to the gym and rest there I think.

Joy said...

Hmm... I know what I want to say, but I think I'm going to take the fifth.

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anjoe playhouse said...

...or perhaps she dont want to intervene in women's lib!

to your gun(n)free comments:
Lenin, Stalin, Mao and the "che guevara" was very popular on posters in the 1960s and 70s in Denmark, just symbolic mostly, and they were hailed by active younger people as true heroes for workers (OMG). Recent years have even the most red-hot communist acknowledged that they were horribly wrong!
Personally, I was - and still is - a peaceful hippie :-D
nb. The old black and white poster says that women fill up half the world!
nb.nb. In Denmark we have several politically parties in the Danish Parliament; they can give problems like yours "just two"... elephant/donkey!!!!!!!

Coolkayaker1 said...

She's turning on her headset phone to get the current price of Gold from London before she turns in Grandma's wedding band.

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