after not buying much I have been finding all kinds of things to tempt me and I need to save for my travel plans to France!!!
Darling daughter and I met up this past week for an afternoon of thrifting...
it was a lucky day for me.
~ a crisp white shirt and a vintage leather bag ~
~ a white shirt and pearls are classics ~
the shirt is made of cotton and is not too sheer
it has seams in the back so that it is flattering and not too loose
I think this is going to be a versatile addition to my wardrobe.
Love the colour of this bag...
it reminds me of a fine wine
perhaps a burgundy or a claret.
It is made in Canada.
I could not resist this Imari jug...
I was out for my walk and as I often do I wandered into Kay's Korner in the Cook Street Village and lo and behold I spied this sweet vessel.
Currently I have a few pens in it but who knows
it may have many uses...
a few flowers would be lovely arranged in this jug.
I stopped on the way home from the village to take a photo of this enormous dinner plate sized dahlia.
The weight reduction focus is front and centre
progress is going VERY VERY slowly despite the continued walking and the sensible eating.
I am almost ready to scream!
(that would be such bad form)
So I am trying hard to keep my eyes on the long term goal.
Story set in Provence...
a lovely book by a writer who is new to me.
I would recommend this book and say after you read it you might just want to join us for a month in Provence!
I have never owned a pair of Jessica Simpson flats.
They are made of soft leather, are comfy and very cute.
Sadly my Sam Edelman flats are scuffed and looking tatty...
"'So needs must!"
The bows on the toes were a selling feature...
just wish that they were available in red!
Please excuse me now for it is time for bed and a few chapters in my book.
~ Be Well and Be Kind ~