|Sepia to Technicolor
||[Sep. 25th, 2010|01:23 pm]
I'm holed up in our bedroom because I think I genuinely have a cold, and because our bedroom is the only room where the furniture isn't all pushed to the middle of the floor while paint dries.
But because this is the only room that hasn't been painted? Every time I get up to go get something to drink or use the bathroom, I open the door, and it's like Dorothy arriving in the Land of Oz.
Boo on the cold!
But that sounds awesome. I'd be looking for excuses to leave the room constantly.
(I have this cold, too. I FEEL fine, but I worry about being contagious.)
I feel crappy, and my neighbor had it last week, so it makes sense that I have it. Throat is now getting sore. Ick.
And it is awesome. Much gleeful giggling. I'm excited to get the rest of it finished and get my house back - I know it hasn't really been long, but it feels like forever.
Yeek, do you think a surgical mask would help?
Edit: Never mind, I thought you were having hallucinations from the paint fumes. I now realize you're just enjoying your newly technicolor house. :)
Edited at 2010-09-25 05:31 pm (UTC)
LOL! Yes, the reaction is a good thing. I'm excited for Monday, when our bedroom will join the color brigade!
LOL! I corrected that just before I saw your comment.
Hmm! Maybe you should leave your room that way for always. :)
That's kind of what I was thinking too.
NO!!! It's going to be a gorgeous deep magenta!!
2010-09-25 07:55 pm (UTC)
Come out, come out, wherever you are
And see the young lady who fell from a star.
That's way better than having a technicolor bedroom and opening your door to find a black and white hallway. "Oh shit. I'm in Kansas AGAIN."
It's hilarious to read about, but must be really jarring and upsetting. My husband would probably wind up in catatonic shock right outside the bedroom door. :D
Not upsetting at all! I giggle with glee, despite being sick. It's a bit of a shock, but a good one!