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Below is a bed that my husband built. The bottom jaw of the dinosaur is hinged to reveal a built in toy box. The murals in the bedroom reflect the dinosaur theme.
Another mural at the bottom of the page is of a Virgin Island theme. This painting was done on an area of the wall approximately 5 feet by 10.5 feet. Also, a mural in a little girl’s room reflecting a princess fantasy theme.
(via The Daily What)
A visit to a Japanese cat house (Literally):
This is the first floor. You enter the cat cafe, take off your shoes and put on slippers, then you get your time slip that records when you entered the cafe and whether you asked for any of the hourly package plans (you can get a special deal for 1 or 2 hour blocks). Then, you proceed to the handwash area (so you don’t give your germs to kitty).
Right next to the handwash room are all the private rooms. If you choose to pay for a private room you get to choose your room/cat and you have them all to yourself for as long as you are in the room. Not sure if all that includes a guarantee that the cat will be playful/awake or not…
Anyway, I didn’t elect for a private session so let’s go upstairs toward the play room.
What hobby or activity have you been putting off because you just don’t have enough time at the moment?
At first Jones’ house appears to blend in with the quiet beach neighborhood.
Another look at the front though and it’s a different story. A red spray painted sentence splashed on the stucco reads “Hitler would be a welcome neighbor here. Stop the harassment to my family.”
Jones says she did it Monday night after breaking down under the stress.
“It’s an overrated trailer park. There’s a bunch of people with not much of a life, and they’ve decided to take it out on me,” Jones said.
Jones says for the past four years neighbors have sent her letters, e-mails and posted things about her at the pool.
The complaints are about the condition of her yard and cars parked in the road.
Jones said a letter she received in the mail Monday, calling her family worse than “white trash” prompted her to spray the house.
However, a neighbor, who didn’t want to be identified, says the issue mainly has to do with them not paying their homeowner’s association dues.
I’m not entirely sure that spraying graffiti on your home about Hitler is the best way to counter a letter calling you “white trash”.