I've got another.
Guess who let me cut off his hair?
In other news, it is snowing! The temperature is expected to plunge to 15 F (-9 C) and that means the Ayres Canadian wool blanket goes on the bed. We're expecting half a foot of snow, depending on drifting.
I have a few holiday posts in the works with recipes culled from 17 years of food blogging. I'll post them in installments over the next week or so.
On the wardrobe front things are still...well, yeah. I guess I will need to unpack my snow boots now. Some under-appreciated jewelry is getting worn though, so that's always nice.
Looking for some exciting clothing?
It took a long time for the brown/black combo to enter my wardrobe, but I think it works. In the past I've always worn the skirt with blue.
Now here's something different (no, not really). A vintage wool skirt with a vintage velvet jacket. Oooh, original.
Not easily impressed, huh?
This skirt is really old. I bought it in London in 1999! The velvet on sheer fabric had a moment in the late 90s, but this skirt was one of the nicer pieces I had. Probably why I'm still wearing it.
Anyway, that's it for the exciting clothes. Here's a social distancing sign I liked...
Saw it online, not in Nebraska. Obviously.