I bought something for myself...
I went into the store "just to browse"
I tried on a few cozy sweaters and perused the racks of the Saint James section, Royal Robbins and then the Eileen Fisher group of garments.
A tunic top for tall gals but a dress for short me.
The hem sits slightly above the knee and it drapes so well
the fabric is super soft and it flatters without clinging.
The WIN thrift shop did not disappoint either...
French Dressing shirt in black and white...
great for white pants or black skinny ponte knit pants.
Also the black and white Hermes scarf, probably my favourite will look great tied at the neck.
There are a few festive touches here in The Humble Bungalow.
We don't do a lot of decorating but we have a tree lit with white lights
a peachy pink poinsettia
wee trees on the mantle with the Ojibwa duck decoys.
Sadly we are unable to put our vintage glass baubles on the tree because the cats undress the tree and bat the ornaments around and they break...
Please excuse our messy fireplace
Some silver baubles from my childhood home with two vintage silver pieces.
White fairy lights and the silver balls on the front rose arbour.
Our wee tree with white fairy lights on the front porch.
Reindeer votive holders
our silver tray
which was a wedding gift.
The seniors turkey luncheon at the club was a lot of work but such fun.
Those of us who volunteered were treated to lunch and a glass of wine
which we ate while the choir performed
then we served the desserts and tea and coffee
before washing up all the dishes.
This year there were 80 seniors in attendance...it is one of the many fundraisers that we have at the club.
We were thrilled to go to our darling granddaughter Isla's school
where we watched the annual winter concert.
How are your holiday plans shaping up?
Thank you for stopping by The Humble Bungalow
~ Be Well and Be Kind ~