Ever eaten at the automat? A panoply of food stretches off into the distance and you try not to choose everything. Kind of like with reading.
I’m participating in a trend today, my friends. Channeling Katherine Hepburn and trying to find a way to look good in a pair of baggy pants.
I’m hoping that if all goes well in the next few weeks, we will see the beginning of the end of pandemic life as we have come to know it.
In my May vlog, I’m styling a “maybe” jacket. An old jacket which I still love but don’t wear because I can’t figure out how to style it.
Since the pandemic began our travel itch has remained unscratched. Now with the end of lockdown in sight, we are thinking about travel again.
Turning sixty-five last week felt like crossing the Rubicon. And entering the country of old age. But maybe I’m overthinking again.
I’m reading about trash this week, my friends. What is trash and what is treasure in this big old wasteful world of ours.
Where do you look for style inspiration? I’ve always found that travel inspires me. But where do I look now that travel is not possible?
Here’s all the homefront news on this beautiful Tuesday, friends. We’re gardening, fishing, reading, and staying in touch with loved ones.
Is your style cheugy? Are you a bit behind in getting on the trend bandwagon? Or do you eschew anyone else’s idea of what you should wear?
This week I am rereading Jane Austen. Which means I can revel in the book and not worry if the characters will find happiness. Or not.
Are we ever too old to wear leather? Nope. I had a friend who wore red leather pants at age almost eighty. And she looked magnificent.
On this Star Wars Day, 2021, here’s my report of the state of my world. A little food chat, some physics, and a bit of fashion.
I own two faux leather garments. And I’ve been wondering, is buying faux leather bad? Is owning faux leather a sustainable fashion faux pas?
I hate sewing with a passion. But this week I found that I have a hidden passion for mending. It’s satisfying and environmentally friendly.
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