It had been a wet'n'windy kind of day, I was glad to be wearing a maxi to keep my pins warm!
I love this 1960s maxi skirt which I bought from the last St. Mary's vintage market. I need to take it in slightly and move the button, it's a bit big on the waist, but a trusty belt hides a multitude of sins.
Sorry about the photos, the light was most odd, and as you know, camera skills are not my forte...
It must be all the developing colour in the garden that's making me want to wear green. This is what I wore today.
I wear this 1970s polyester frock a lot, so the £5 spend in St. Luke's charity shop was well worth it. I like it with the extra hit of green - the cardigan is also charity-shopped.
Littlest wanted to be on the blog again. She's rather liking the attention, I think. It must be a Third Child thing (like me!)
I try to discourage such blatant showboating...
... but then she goes a bit demonic. She could be in Bonnie Tyler's video for Total Eclipse of the Heart. "Turn around, Bright Eyes..."
Thank goodness for the refuge of the garden. Under the pretence of cooking tea, I noodled about outside taking photos. On my own.
The cherry blossom is coming out. It doesn't last long, but while it does, it's glorious. There's probably a message about life in that.
The squirrels usually dig up all the tulip bulbs, but this year they decided to let them be.
Having a Georgia O'Keeffe moment.
Sure, life has its drudgery...
...but it also has its rainbows.