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Style: Table Lamp [US plug only]

Brighten up any room with this custom table lamp from Lamp-In-A-Box. Personalize the lamp shade with original artwork, photography, or bold graphics to create a statement piece that will add instant style to your home decor. Choose your trim and style for a special, one-of-a kind home or office accent.

  • Dimensions: 20″h x 7″w; Weight: 2 lbs.
  • 120 Volt; Up to 60-watt incandescent light bulb (bulb not included)
  • Available in film polyester, rice paper, and linen lamp
  • Printed with state-of-the-art 14 color vibrant printing with fade resistant ink
  • Includes a 6’ Power Cord with 2-prong USA plug and pull chain

Source: Indian Glories Table Lamp | Zazzle

Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah


Vintage lady from evint.com and background from EKDuncan-My Fanciful Muse.

Vampire Dancing came to life at the speed of light two years ago when I felt I needed to add to my Halloween collection. A number of layer inversions in Photoshop gave it a ghostly appearance that I find rather pleasing!

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Sarah


Reblogged partly because I love The Nicholas Brothers. Forget Fred Astaire or Gene Kelly, these brothers were the tops when it came to dancing in Hollywood!

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Sarah

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When it comes to my daily life, I have my times of fearlessness. I face DC metro commuter traffic with nary a qualm (we call it “combat driving” around here and caffeine helps), I’ve traveled solo through New England, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and other parts of the planet, and I’ve been known not to panic when the Advent wreath at my church catches on fire.

Sometimes writing this blog is a bit difficult. (!) The hardest part is to stare at the terrifying blank “Add New Post” screen and come up with something to say that’s fresh, original, entertaining and informative. My blog ideas come from books I’ve read or conversations I’ve had with my real-life people or with fellow bloggers. Sometimes, it’s just anything that occurs to me and that I think would make for an interesting blog post.

But by far, the biggest writing challenge that…

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