We're off to another festival in the morning and I still haven't packed. Planning a wardrobe for a weekend away in the UK takes more of an effort than packing a bag for a month in India.
A severe weather warning's been issued for torrential rain and flooding in Staffordshire (precisely where we're headed) tomorrow. Taking a maxi dress is probably a tad optimistic but I shall squeeze one in, just on the off-chance that the BBC's got it all wrong.
No panic, it'll all come together in the end.
My definite pile includes a trusty 1970s fake fur jacket (£2, car boot sale), these hand-made hot pants (see HERE), my trademark Indian gypsy jewellery and a tooled leather shoulder bag (see HERE).
They'll be flowers for my hair, tons of funky jewellery and some huge sunglasses, too.
Fat chance of giving these original wooden platform wedges another airing, it's wellies all the way this weekend!
A wiser woman would have spent yesterday packing her bags rather than making this paisley smock dress from Tamera's 1973 Simplicity pattern and the retro fabric I found in Cancer Research last week for 50p. Oh well, I never did claim to be very practical.
Have a fantastic weekend whatever you get up to and if you haven't heard from me by Monday night send a canoe in the direction of Weston Park.
PS If you get a chance try & watch The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel , we saw it last night and loved it!