Every room in my house is feminine. There is not one ounce of "man caveique" here. There may be a drawer or two filled with manly things like toenail clippers and screwdrivers. That screwdriver drawer never has the right size either. You need a phillip screwdriver...forget it, you need to buy a new one!
The feminine room decor is about to change. Yes, the cabin will be the masculine home. We have already decorated the great room with everything Green Bay Packer. Since the kitchen is connected, I will soon be the proud owner of a Packer crock pot. I believe it was put on MY Christmas list. Now don't get me wrong....I love the colors Green and Gold. Tom loves the Packers whether they win or lose. ( Like this weekend, no one is talking about it!) But I really don't want to eat off a plate, drink out of a cup and wipe my face with The big G. Give me the solid colors and I can work the motif in, thank you very much.
Right this very moment, construction of a detached garage is happening in the forest! Tom will have his own man cave away from the cabin. And I will have the attached garage to "feminize" and possibly turn into a craft, dining, and fun area for overflow company. I already put curtains up. I cannot believe that I am excited about decorating a garage. But here's the deal.....it has drywall walls and ceiling and it is nicer than some basements! My friend, Susie, named it the She Palace. I like that!
I am not a writer nor am I a poet so here is a poem anyway....sorry it doesn't rhyme. It speaks volumes on the true meaning of Man Cave/She Palace. When you read it, go left to right and change your voice to masculine and back to feminine. Then read it to your friends out loud.
Man Cave. She Palace.
Yard Stuff. Fun Stuff.
Sports Radio. Cooking Channel.
Mine. I don't want it, it smells like farts.
Man Cave and She Palace are the places for the perfect married couple in the cabin, by the woods, and always ending up together on the porch that just happens to be decorated with the Green Bay Packer Theme.
I would be looking for green and gold wildflowers in the spring.ReplyDelete