Hello Dear Readers! Today it is time to put laughter and happiness aside, at least momentarily, to conduct a little Pottery Barn Family counseling. For you see, something is terribly wrong with one of Pottery Barn’s most beloved family members . . . .Grams.
As you can see from this snippet of the Pottery Barn’s Daily System White Board Calendar ($54) of which Gram’s plays an integral part, Grams is usually a very busy gal what with all the Labor Day Truffle hunting and the hours spent picking out cat colors for the bedroom.
But frankly Grams has been acting peculiar lately. In fact, sometimes Grams’ lucidity is a bit sketchy.
Let’s just come right out and say it, there’s an elephant in the tastefully designed Pottery Barn Family living room featuring Benchwright Collection (skillfully handcrafted by Canadian people $5,180), and her name is Grams.
For instance, yesterday Grams was supposed to be laying out a stylish brunch for the Pottery Barn Family on the Artisan-made Cambria Cortona buffet (handcrafted by Portuguese Mermen $4,480.99) and, well, things got a little crazy. A little inexplicable. A little no longer in touch with reality-ish, if you will.
Let’s take a look at the buffet supper that Grams put together.
As you can see, the first thing Grams did was inexplicably saw off the bed posts from the Pottery Barn Family’s beautifully crafted Claudia Bed Collection (an Edwardian style update — updated by Ed himself $1849), just so she could put it on the buffet table. You can also see that Grams took it upon herself to randomly nail cereal bowls to the wall.
Uh oh . . . this can only mean one thing. Grams finally discovered where her Pottery Barn Family hid the hammer and the saw from her after the “incident” last spring. . .and where did they hide it? Why in the beautifully crafted Andover Drawer Cabinet (weathered by the tears of Carolina pine forest wood nymphs $2,249).
Now let’s take a look at the really troubling sign that Grams is completely out of her gourd by examining the so-called “brunch” Grams put together.
It seems as plain as the nose on Grams’ face, that Grams is having a little trouble with her ability to carry out even the simplest of tasks like preparing a lavishly stylish brunch that would be pleasing to the collective eyes, ears, nose and throat of her Pottery Barn Family.
First, Grams polished off three large tumblers of wine (in three different glasses). And then Grams laid out a brunch for her Pottery Barn Family consisting of one giant bowl of potatoes and grapes, one hammer-smashed walnut and half an orange peel.
As you will no doubt agree, the Pottery Barn Family had no choice but to schedule a lobotomy for their beloved Grams — not only for her own good; but for the collective good of the Pottery Barn Family’s home –a home, after all, that is a vivid reflection of their passions, their dreams and their elegant decorating style. Sans one crazy old lady, that is!
Until next time . . . I love you and so does Pottery Barn (oh who are we kidding, no they don’t!)