Archive | December 2015

Sunday Musings..Being Nee!!💁



Hello everyone..🙋

Before the current year ends and the new year begins, I am thinking of what should be my last post for the year..🙆

I have a series of thoughts coming in..Happy?? Sad??I am not sure..😟
It was a mixed year for me..🎌 so anyways more about it maybe in the next post..

Today is Sunday and a fun day.. so off I go for my weekly Gyaans..📝
Tee hee hee😂😛No no noooo I am not some yogi baba out here determined to bring about a major change in the world…nope..I am  just a confused happy go lucky girl/woman 🙇 caught up in her own web of problems thinking whether the blue eyed super hot Thorin 👨( ooohh my eye tonic Richard Armitage) will be the next James Bond..🔫


Whether  Rowling will bring out a sequel to the Potter series..📚

Why isn’t  there a  Narnia🐯🐑🐗🐰 behind my closet..🚪


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15 Mid-Century Modern Dream Homes that will Kill Your Children

to funny beautiful homes for adult singles. who wants kids when you live like that anyhow lol


The clean lines, the geometric decorative elements, the seamless blending of indoor and outdoor space… I sure do love mid-century modern architecture.

Do you know what I love more? My children. And that is why I will never live in my MCM dream home. Because mid-century modern architecture is designed to KILL YOUR CHILDREN. (Also, moderately clumsy or drunk adults).

im_certain_none_of_these_children_reached_adulthood We can be reasonably certain that none of these children reached adulthood.

As a public service, Projectophile is alerting its readers to the dangers posed by key elements of mid-century modern residential design.


I love open, flowing space as much as the next modern girl. But I know it would only be a matter of minutes before my kid flings himself off one of these deadly ledges…

ledge5redarrow Red arrows show the direction of travel of children’s bodies

ledge2 What four-year-old can resist that hidden nook?

ledge4-read arrow That’s going to…

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