Have you had days during this social isolation thing when adulting was hard? When you wish that someone else would be the adult in the room?
Maybe it’s time to play around with styling those hard to style pieces in our closet. Now that we have so much more … time.
I’ve been reading and listening to royal biographies lately. Falling down a myriad of royal reading rabbit holes in the process.
During these desperate hair times, I have resorted to desperate hair measures. I gave myself a Covid hair cut. Yes I did!
I had a wobbly weekend, my friends. Felt a bit of isolation anxiety. But like those toys from the seventies, I wobbled, but I didn’t fall down.
I think that the pandemic has changed how we define the term “luxury.” It’s more about small pleasures to be savoured, than extravagant purchases.
What’s your “Isolation Diary” look like? Have you fallen into a rhythm. We have. And it’s a rhythm that I find very comforting.
We’ve been to a fictional afternoon tea party, today. We’ve shared good food and drink, great conversation, and lots of laughter. Just what we all needed.
There’s nothing like a little gentle reading to help us cope with all this pandemic stuff. Gentle reading and cheese scones. Works for me.
You know it’s hard to maintain my love of fashion in this time of social distancing, and isolation. But I am doing my best.
In these days of social distancing, we’re talking a lot about food at our house. Deciding what we want to eat, cooking it, then talking about it afterward.
In these stressful days, a little closet cleaning helps me to get a grip on things. And makes me feel that order can prevail. If only in my spring closet.
I’m reading about libraries this week. A wonderful book about those wonderful places where books live. And reminiscing about my own library memories.
I’ve been doing my spring fashion research. Scoping out the trends, and surveying my closet. Deciding what I will wear, and what I won’t this season.
I’m talking about books today. What I’ve been reading. What’s on my book shelves, and what those shelves say about me.
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