I finished filling out umpteen forms for Danny's State Fair entries, and I'll drive him to Seward tomorrow to drop them off. I rented a car that doesn't start with a key. For real, you just press a button. Sometimes I feel so old (or my car does anyway).
http://dividingmoments.blogspot.com/. Isn't she just the best? Now I know exactly where I left my specs. Thank you , dollie-this was something I really can use, and look nifty at the same time.
I couldn't face the pile of paperwork during the day, so I went to the library to play.
No hornets over here, but I think I found all the missing honeybees.
Peasant top-K Mart a few seasons ago
Skirt-Carefree Fashions of Scottsdale Arizona, Thrifted
Crochet Shawl-made by my mum, 70's? (I can't remember)
Hair flowers-Tiff and Tam
Silver necklace-Retail a while ago (Sears, I think)
Earrings-retail, can't remember
Rings-most are old, some mine, some mum's, one thrifted.
Specs holder-Dearie Joanna
Hey, stinging insects, know what you can do with your venom?
Since I had a (large) rental car for the weekend, I made a quick trip to the Goodwill and came home with (another) plant stand. This one is made to look like a pushcart, and it has moving wheels. It was painted white, but that's nothing a can of enamel spray paint can't fix. I paid nine dollars, which I considered more than fair. I think it is from the 60's (I halfway remember that sort of thing). I also found two denim relics from the 70's-both skirts, one Jordache, the other Sassoon. They had to have come from the same person, I mean, what are the odds? There's a bar in the neighbourhood that has pinball machines, so if I can find a satin baseball jacket to go with the Sassoon skirt, I think a photo shoot may be in order. I'm not sure my hair will do a Farrah Flip, but it is worth a try.
See you soon.