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16 December 2008

A mouse in the house!

Mice1

Three of them!

Mice2

I've been meaning to blog these for over a month.  Three tiny pewter mice -- no bigger than an inch from the tip of the nose to the tip of the tail -- that were nestled in the frosting of my birthday cake!  My childhood nickname was Mouse and while it's rarely used these days, it leaps to people's minds at the sight of mice -- only the cute ones -- and I still receive mouse-y trinkets on occasion.  ; )  Lately, these guys can usually be found hanging out and huddling around the F8 or F12 keys on my computer keyboard at home.  Little watchmice.

Beads-on-wire

My Bijouterie fling isn't over yet.

Comments

I need to channel your Bijouterie expertise. Another great looking pair!!

Yes, those are cute little pewter mice. And the little mtn field mice that come in my house are cute, too. However they climb in my walls and die and so, unfortunately, have to now dine on the Terminex boxes placed strategically around the house :-( Can we trade? I'll take your pewter mice and you can have my real ones!

Vicki, I bow to your awesome photog skills. Those are great pictures. And I love that people only remember to call you Mouse when they see cute ones :-)

Have to delurk to compliment your earrings - they are fabulous! And you are rocking them in the photo you posted.
The mice are too cute. How nice to have childhood nickname that has lingered & still pops up from time to time.
Also have to ask: what camera do you use? Your photos are fabulous. I am in the market for a new one..

The mice are so cute, et les Bijouteries son belles!

Very cool new Bijouteries! Marvelous mice, Mouse. :D

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