I'm painfully aware that I am being a dreadful blogger at the moment.
After all, bloggers, by definition, actually get their arses in gear and blog, no?
Me, I lurk in the shadows feeling overwhelmed by the number of posts I have failed to comment on, and wondering when the hell I can take some photos for a post of my own.
Going dotty? I just might be...
1970s dress - gift from Tania
1960s Admyra jacket - charity shopped
Boots - retail (sale)
1970s Miss Mary of Sweden dress and denim jacket - charity shopped
So that's what I've been wearing for a couple of days at least.
Not much else has been happening apart from work.
There is plenty of colour on the rails at the shop...
and party frocks from the 1970s or 80s, take your pick.
Dressing the mannequins is like playing with life-sized Barbies (and Ken).
We've got some great sewing patterns...
and something for the kids too.
But you know, as much as I love the shop and passionately want it to be successful, I have decided I don't want to work full-time.
I want my life back. I miss my family, my friends, my blog. I want to sleep through the night, go to charity shops which aren't mine, cook better meals, I even want to clean the house. I want to sew, take photos, and get out in the garden.
There is colour going on out there too, and I hadn't even noticed.
So, as soon as the charity can recruit a shop manager, I will revert back to my role as deputy and part-time hours. Until then, blogging may be patchy, but I'm looking forward to a time when I have something other than work to write about!
Linking to Patti's Visible Monday, despite feeling decidedly invisible at present.
Hope all is well with all of you.