Thursday, December 4, 2008

"Curio"

My favorite curio is a clay bowl I made in 6th grade art class. I got a B+ on it, but I think it's pretty artsy, myself.

Official Definition

7 comments:

Alisa said...

Lady Chadwick decided to visit her good friend Mrs. Dashwood, who as the curator of a curio museum, would certainly know the identity of the impudent young woman who had ruined her soiree.

:) Sorry, Sunshine...I'm still enamored of Lady Chadwick and her adventures.

"Sunshine" said...

Hey, it's all good! Keep it going (I just can't always think of Chadwick uses for my words).

BJ Roan said...
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BJ Roan said...

Mrs. Dashwood opened a curio cabinet and handed Lady Chadwick a porcelain figurine, "Is that the young woman you'e looking for?

Lady Chadwick nodded, "Who is she?"

"Your young hoodie wearing reprobate is none other than Princess Amelia of Albany. She is well known for her disguises. She likes to attend Soirees without drawing attention to herself.

BJ Roan said...

I'm the deleter..and I still messed up my comment!

"Sunshine" said...

I love it!!! You've redeemed me :)

Alisa said...

BJ--that's perfect! Now we have a real story!