It’s hard to believe that such different pieces of nature can combine into a blended blanket of beauty.
oday it is buried behind baskets, boxes, bins and folded clothing.
- The queen bed is stacked in the dining room in pieces.
- The rounded headboard sports the claw marks of a heavy, beautiful white cat who made leaps onto the wood in order to see outside.
They are not carved for life, but they remind me of the joy that Spirit the feline had for all things. Two mattresses are lined up in front of the headboard and the matching end board sits firmly against the dining room table. The table is immoveable against the weight.
Pieces of china that are promised to my niece are jailed in the wall hutch until the bed can be moved into its rightful place.