I don’t know about you, but I always enjoy posts which feature pics of bloggers in their natural habitat and am often confused that they actually exist in RL in oppose to being conveniently placed right inside my laptop.
Today I will be posting tiny peeks into Chez AgzyM, dust bunnies, vinyl wallpapers and all 😉
There’s a room in my flat which has a set of shelves on the left hand side as you enter.
It was a cute feature, but it was time for a change…
You see, I’ve been fiddling about and in the meantime my Erebor has been slowly taken over!
Thorin had been creeping into my flat (I have a sneaking suspicion he found my secret dwarf door and just used his key…and I don’t mean that in a dirty way…).
It started with London Thorin, a gift from my BFF while we were in London in 2012 to see The Hobbit AUJ.
Then this Christmas I added Anime Thorin to the collection (thanks not-so-secret- Santa!).
Then a beautiful Thorin stamp rounded things up (I’ll be changing the stamp background today, I think I can do a bit better and it certainly deserves it…).
OK, three is hardly a company of dwarves, so Lego Thorin was added to strengthen the group.
When you’ve already let decency go, it’s easy to go from four to five, so that’s how I ended up with Heroclix Thorin.
If we add my own Stockingface Thorin who remains blind, so he won’t be battling dragons any time soon…
….that makes SIX Thorins in one woman’s flat!
Slightly excessive, no?
I gathered my company of dwarves on my bookshelves, but the written word started to fight back, so I’ve succumbed and gave the shoes the boot…
One bookshelf is hardly excessive, but then, if I’m honest, that’s not the only place where RA pops up.
There’s an Action Figure Gizzy on the way (and I’m still not ready to talk about that particular impulse buy…).
Gizzy will come stomping his feet, clad in squeaking leather, wielding his sword, and will find the lodgings somewhat cramped…
There’s my Pop Art Richard Pic that’s standing right by my front door (and contrasts the authentic 20s telephone pretty nicely, right?):
I really liked the beautiful card from Guylty and thought it’s go well with my 60s Polish Ćmielów figurines that are right above my cooker:
I dare not think who else will set up camp in Chez AgzyM (although I’m certain it won’t be Weta Thorin, at least till I win the lottery…).
Other RA items are put away, for now, although last night I dreamed up a board where I could display all the beautiful cards I’ve received from my Armitage Admirer friends.
I’ll keep you posted…
Oh, and Sir PJ, as you vacation in luxurious exotic locations
and I freeze my bollocks off, you’re very welcome 😉
I think Stamp Thorin looks much better… onto the shelf it goes!