Sigyn, in that sweet, pretty, pleading way she has, convinced me to stay and help her look at more ribbons.
Sigh. I can deny her nothing. At least, since it’s the book with the Yule ribbon in it, there’s a good chance there may be some green samples. Perhaps I can find something to replace my cloak, which has become a bit threadbare about the hem.
Sigyn has lost no time finding something she really likes.
I am willing to admit that’s a lovely ribbon. But it’s so w i d e, my love! What would you do with it? Make a fancy runner carpet for the hallway?
This one, now…
Lovely color. Non-girly name. And the gold edging just puts it over the top. I wonder if the human female’s friend would notice if I helped myself to the sample?
Odin’s eyepatch! If there was ever any doubt how degenerate, how morally bankrupt, how utterly lacking in good taste Midgardians are, I think I need only offer this sample page as evidence:
Lime green and glitter! And lime green glitter! When did LIME GREEN come to be a Yule color?! And haven’t I heard somewhere that glitter is bad for the environment? It’s certainly bad for tidy housekeeping! That stuff sheds everywhere! And it multiplies! One speck of glitter today; a sparkling cat and twinkly underwear tomorrow!
On second thought, I’ll take a case. As a….a gift. Yes, that’s it…
Sigyn is a big fan of wire-edged ribbon, since it can be induced to hold its shape. It’s handy for wrapping plant pots, making big, loopy bows, and so on.
And evidently also constructing diaphanous play tents.
Which are lime green and glittery. Figures.