Brrr, it's been chilly.
Colder inside our house than out, actually; the boiler broke on Monday, I had to keep my coat on all day yesterday. It's fixed now, and we're toasty again.
That's a relief, the temperatures are supposed to plummet soon.
Despite the chill in the air, I have a few roses hanging on in the garden, and my camellia is covered in buds, some of which are slightly open. Hope the first frost won't make them all drop off...
Patti, I wore my branch necklace and thought of you!
The kids think it looks more like an antler, so they call it my Rudolph necklace.
Winter sunshine and blue skies, beautiful.
I do love this dress, but haven't worn it all that much. Why is that?
As I have been working my way through my wardrobe and deciding what stays and what goes, I did consider selling this on, but that would be madness, surely?
Polka dots, lace, braid, flowers.
She's definitely a keeper, and I hereby promise to wear her far more often.
You're going to get so sick of seeing this coat. I do have plenty of others, but I'm a bit obsessed with this one right now...
Windsmoor faux fur coat - vintage fair
1970s Rawe Rheda German cotton dress - vintage shop
Hat and belt - charity shopped
Boots - Ebay
Gloves - gift
Flower - gift from camper van queen Sarah
I probably won't be able to get a photo of my angels dresses in action, but I did see the kids heading for the hall this morning to rehearse, and they looked great. The teacher said the children were happy with them, and with the addition of tinsel halos, they did look very sweet.
Haircut tomorrow; I can't wait.
And... I think that's all.
See you soon!