This is my very first 100% thrifted outfit – I decided I had better make it a good one. The dress is a vintage one I got last year, shoes are vintage that I managed to find last week and the full slip I’m wearing underneath that you can’t see is a pretty little vintage number too, only the cardi isn’t vintage, but it most certainly is thrifted. I decided to put the cardi on because the straps on the dress are slightly too long and I don’t have my sewing machine (still) to fix them up, but it does have the prettiest detailing on the top of the bodice.
David went away to Naseby on Saturday night with his dad to do some biking on the tracks around there, I decided to stay at home a) because David took my bike and b) last week was super busy and I just wanted some quite time hanging out at home.
It’s the start of another busy week as my first major event for the year looms - I just had a really big, very important meeting about it with some very important people. I was extremely nervous all morning and had to keep visiting the bathroom. It turned out very very well and I had many people say to me how impressed they were with the organization and wished me luck for the year. I had the two girls from my office on either side (the lonely boy in the office was unable to attend) and pushed past my nerves. So I’m on a little buzz now, this managers thing is totally fine, easy peasy lemon squeasy!!
Hope you are all having a great Monday,
Dear Mr Sewing Machine Repair Man,
I would quite like my sewing machine back now – I have many a project I’m itching to start. There are plans a foot and my sewing machine is a major key to completion, without it, these plans are nothing more than dreams.
I would much appreciate it if you could hurry things along,