Monday, as always, started with a Wii Fit session. I put away the previous day's laundry and touched up my roots at the kitchen table, slapped some coconut oil on the ends and epilating my legs whilst the dye developed. After I'd showered we had breakfast, I wrapped a last minute eBay sale and Jon whizzed everything down to the post office which, once again, was deserted and he was back in minutes.
|MONDAY: Vintage India Imports of Rhode Island pinafore dress & 1970s Ayesha Davar cheesecloth blouse (eBay), Phool block printed waistcoat (bought from trading pals, Eyewood Vintage, back in 2016)|
Leaving Jon doing music stuff, having finished the excellent Queen's Gambit the previous evening, I chose another book from the shelf and took it to bed. I opened it & discovered that it had been signed by the author. I had no idea when I picked it up in the chazza.
On Tuesday, for the first time in ages, I awoke to rain. After my Wii Fit session I started catching up with Blogland until Jon joined me for breakfast. His plan was to crack on with painting the internal window frames, which he'd started the week before Xmas and today was the turn of our bedroom.
As the curtains had to come down I decided to give them a wash - the second time in a year....woman, you've changed! I tumble-dried them as they'd have taken an age to dry in the utility room.
I've decided to set myself a bit of a clothing challenge and shall re-wear a garment I've worn the previous day and see how long I can continue to do so without getting bored and maybe discover a few new clothing combinations whilst I'm at it.
I'm calling it Wear: Sleep: Repeat
Today I'm re-wearing yesterday's black 1970s cheesecloth Ayesha Davar blouse (I also own her non-identical twin sister) with the woven Renjoy, London maxi skirt bought from the clearance chazza back in November.
Other than a break for noodles & Bargain Hunt, my day was spent listing & photographing menswear as the rain had finally stopped. Inspired by the cool '70s threads on the TV series we'd binge watched last week, I'm calling it The Serpent Collection. A couple of chaps have snapped up pieces already.