I'm with you on this, lauren.
I know it's terrible, but I love taxidermy. And I'm vegan. Oops. I just like to pretend all of the animals died naturally...
Ewwwwww.Gives me the serious creeps.
I can't hold taxidermy against you since I just discovered through browsing the archives that you're gluten free. As a bride-to-be with Celiac trying to get people jazzed about my entirely gluten free wedding (steak, risotto, and creme brulee, how can people be against this?!) this has given me renewed optimism! The taxidermy gets a pass... ~ Laura
very generous of you.
This comment is hilarious.
quail, fine. seagull, whatever. but a baby fawn???
is the very cutest one.
God I love these. Especially the quail. You rock that snazzy headdress.
Yes. Me too. Though my favorite is the princess mountain lion.
In a kind of side (but related) note, my wedding ring has changed color (shop told us it was a platinum antique estate sale ring selling for $68, but looks like it was platinum plated? 14k yellow gold now...). The wedding was only a month or so ago, so we're debating looking for a replacement. The husband feels particularly bad about it. Or maybe I'll just keep it. But thoughts on what to replace it with? Maybe this?
none of the above naysayers should EVER drive through west texas.
I think ring bearers need to start carrying stuffed quails with ring tiaras instead of boring old pillows.
i really love these
here's a potentially useful standard for taxidermy situations. if someone used a companion animal of yours in that way, would you be ok with it?
My husband and I always joke that when our beloved dog dies, we'll stuff her in a sleeping position and throw it in a corner of the house. It'll be exactly the same!(But I really hate taxidermy.)