For someone who dips into their pompom stash every other day, I really ought to figure out how to spell the name.
Pompom? Pom-poms? Pom Poms?
Last week I got an email from a guy named “Christopher” wanting to buy ad space on my blog for a Chinese company that sells commercial grade pipe parts. “I think it will be a great fit for your audience and will drive many traffics to your site!” then signed it “Kristopher.”
I’m guessing his real name wasn’t Christopher/Kristopher, but he probably did that to convenience me and my lack of Mandarin. Pompoms/Pom-poms/Pom Poms don’t allow me that excuse, so I’m going to need an authority to weigh in on this (anyone know a cheerleader?). Until then, I’m keeping it squat and using one word: pompoms. Lower case? Uppercase? Damn this is hard.
Okay. Anyway. Those fluffy things — they make for good gift wrapping.
Late spring seems to be a popular time for gift giving. I like to dress up the box (especially if I’m feeling unsure about the gift inside). It’s amazing what a plain box and a little hot glue can do.
This little one is my favorite. I made it thinking I’d give it away but now it lives here. It likes me. I pet it and feed it sometimes.
For you! Who knew pompoms and leopard would look so good together?
Oh yeah. Leopard looks good with everything.
Even Christopher/Kristopher knew that.