I was looking forward to posting yesterday about Saturday's school jumble sale, complete with photos of all the lovely volunteers decked out in their vintage scarves and pinnies...
That was until my camera broke (for realsies this time) and I can't get any of the photos onto the computer.
So I am cobbling together a post from outfit pics taken last week, while mourning the death of my poor old camera.
1970s dress - vintage fair
Cardigan, tights and bangles - charity shopped
Boots - Ebay
Necklaces - gift from dear Krista and pinched from my mum
Mmm, blue tights!
The jumble sale went really well - not quite as many donations this time, which caused me some minor anxiety the night before, but it was busy, the atmosphere was lovely, and we raised £830.
I am happy with that.
This was my jumble sale set-up outfit on Friday.
It was raining and the photos were crap, so I wasn't going to use them but needs must!
My homemade skirt received a lot of love, and I can't tell you how proud I was to be able to say I made it myself!
So sadly, since the demise of the camera, I am unable to bring you the delights of the cake stall, the Dream Team of volunteers, the prettiness of the homemade bunting and vintage tablecloths with flowers in vases, and all the gorgeous vintage crockery used in the cafe.
And until I can replace the camera, I probably won't be blogging - you don't want me wittering on without any photos, do you?
I agree with Alice;
What is the use of a book without pictures or conversations?
I'll be round to catch up with you all (I've been busy and got behind) and I'll keep commenting, so don't forget me during my enforced exile from blogland!