I have a heavy-breather ringing me on the phone of late. My number's unlisted, and I don't think I know them. We only have one telephone, on the main floor of the house. Needless to say, I'm a bit out of breath myself by the time I reach the phone. I'm so tempted to scream, "If you won't talk dirty to me, stop wasting my time!" I suppose I shouldn't encourage it though.
Vintage wool and mohair cardigan-New Life Thrift
Brooch-Sarpy Museum sale
Vintage copper earring (have a matching brooch)-Hand-Me-Ups
Glass beads-Can't remember
Tooled leather purse-New Life thrift
Shoes-Dillards, years and years ago
Fragrance-Duende (had to, though I also considered Halloween)
In other interesting news, I had to take Mr. ETB for one of those routine surgeries they give old men to make certain nothing is growing in their poop chute. No big deal, everything looks good but I wasn't prepared for the nurse to hand me photographs along with his discharge instructions. I mean, there were several views of said poop chute. There's just some things I don't need to see. Yikes! When did they start giving souvenir photos of colonoscopies?! We're going to have interesting Christmas cards this year. Next month, he's having sinus surgery-I can't wait to see what sort of party favours he brings home from that.
The 1970's skirt is strange. I've washed it twice and the crease still won't come out. I'll be damned if I'm pressing polyester (no fair, that's the whole point of polyester!) so if it doesn't come out in a few more washes, away it goes. I bought another polyester skirt at the same Goodwill with a similar crease-someone must have donated a box of clothing packed away since the 70's. The jacket came from there as well (also sporting a fold mark). I don't think I've ever run across an issue like this.
1970's polyester skirt by Panther-Goodwill
Vintage acrylic polo neck-Goodwill
Vintage belt-Sarpy Museum sale
Vintage Mr. Ralph shopper made in British Hong Kong-Hand-Me-Ups
Vintage Jack Mauu jacket-Goodwill