Stuff From Our Ceiling
There's a funny little gap in our attic that has resulted in an odd accumulation of junk in the ceilings under that attic: things stored there can easily roll through the crack and down into an unreachable space. So when we were taking down the dropped ceiling in the dining room, every piece of drywall that came down brought a shower of weird stuff.
Like this home permanent kit.
A real bargain at only $2.42, and you know foam won't drip like creams will.
Or the significantly older box from a jar of Vaseline.
In which purity means cleanliness, not homogeneity.
This little bottle of cold sore lotion appears to be one of the more recent finds, as it has a plastic top. Interesting that the stuff still seems to come in the same size and shape bottle.
We've been spending out house-work time in the hallway, but the animals have been spending their time in the dining room, where there are enough sunbeams to go around (Noel noted the other day that you can tell where the sunbeams go because those parts of the floor are clear of dust).
They all sat up or began walking towards me when I came in the room, but seconds before this picture was taken we had three lumps of fur on the floor.
posted by ayse on 04/14/09