Sunday, June 08, 2014
"Sure, but if we spent it all on video games we wouldn't have any money for other stuff like haircuts." He replied. The poor kid. He looked at Danny's long hair, and then at Mr. ETB whose hair is longer than mine, and softly asked, "You can't afford haircuts?" Humour is lost on kids these days, as they're so literal. Anyway, I'm sure he went home and told his parents about the poor people at the community centre that couldn't afford haircuts.
1950's Wildman Originals dress-Hand-Me-Ups, $9.99
1950's clip earrings-Hand-Me-Ups $5.99
1950's Barbizon slip-Thrift World .98 cents
Vintage Naturalizer shoes-Thrifted
Bangles-thrifted here and there
1940's Corde and Lucite handbag-Goodwill, Council Bluffs, IA
1950's velvet hat-Hand-Me-Ups $3.99
Belt-Thrift World, Millard
On the left you see my skincare regime-cold cream at night to take off makeup, and witch hazel in the morning before makeup. I'm so low-maintenance. On the right are the nail varnishes, and my "shower specs" so I can see to shave my legs. You don't have magnifying glasses for the shower? Try it, it will change your life. You'll steam up a bit if the water is really hot, but otherwise they work really well. Yes, I'm old. And blind.