Friday, February 26, 2010

Friday Fun - Thanks Raina!

joker by auriac, 1958; photo, stephan t for galmont

I am so thrilled to have discovered 'If The Lampshade Fits', Raina's 'snarky' (as she puts it...at least I think it was her?!) persona has me laughing on a regular basis. Although an American living in Colorado, I swear she must have some Australian heritage somewhere, as her sense of humour, the way she views life via her blog and her ability to poke fun at herself reminds me so much of my Aussie mates.
This post has had Michelle our Belle (that would be our assistant-extraordinaire) and I laughing aloud, the comments are too funny. Seriously, I urge you to jump over and have a quick look.
Hope you get plenty of laughs this weekend.

Don't forget to put in your point of view for the Femme de Montmartre header....two days and the vote closes. Thanks to all those who have contributed, I love hearing from you!

5 comments:

jules @ The Diversion Project said...

Too bloody funny by half - just the laugh i needed, cheers Shelley. Had a good look through some older posts and the one about stylists gone mad was a riot!!

Raina Cox said...

Well, a huge thank you, my Darling, for thinking my little blog worth reading!

My raison d'etre is to poke fun at the absurd.

I will endeavor to keep on snarkin'.

Shelley Trbuhovich said...

greetings girls, funny stuff, huh? in fact had friends over last night and i brought up the spade post again; i was reading aloud the comments and we were all laughing. and yes, the stylists gone mad is hilarious, jules.
i even laugh, raina, when you find a pic of an 'interesting' interior and simply say 'thoughts please' in your header. it is a delightful blog. i love reading it. xx

Camilla @ Designalogue Blog said...

La Lampshade has long been one of my favs. As much as I love this lady & her fabulous snark, I doubt she would accept an Aussie citizenship!
R - would you?!!

Raina Cox said...

3M - It's New Zealand I won't touch with a ten-foot pole. Two years in the hellhole that is Christchurch was plenty for me.