|weeping willow a week ago|
|bought two shirts at the thrift store, this one will be modified to fit better, bit tight under the armpits!|
|first attempt at making necklace using African (seed)beads combined with wood slices I bought in the garden centre (used for plant decoration and such) and here's me wearing the new piece, also wearing a gorgeous bright green jacket I got for free !! in the Geefwinkel|
|shirt number two, no modifications apart from the dye and a running stitch on the collar, can you spot the bird house on the back?|
|the only two red tulips to have survived the digging efforts by himself below|
Love your dye and kantha shirt ... not to mention the stylish green jacket/necklace combo.
As for time flying ... that means you must be having a lot of fun!
For over 5 years, my daughter Shelley and I have had an ongoing love affair with a green suede jacket. The jacket belongs to her and when I first saw it, I told her I was going to kidnap the jacket and take it back home with me. As a result, our tradition, whenever I come to San Francisco, (I stay with my other daughter Erika and her family) is to have the use of the green suede jacket during my stay.It is always waiting for me in the closet. I suppose I could look for one here in New Mexico but somehow, I don't think I would like wearing it as much as I do my special San Francisco jacket.
Nice things done on the blouses ...
you weeping through time like a willow do light and elegant
Actually, your jacket is green and mine is beige: faded?
i was telling her where to look and
to click on The Gang so she could
meet them and Bird King et al and
it DOESN'T CLICK!!!!!!!!!!!!
I ALWAYS love your clothes...you are
so so Cool.
am off to sunny Greece in the very early hours of Sunday Morning, a week in the Sun with the family-on-my-side....we're all looking forward to this holiday
i hope i get back into a regular posting/commenting rhythm once i've returned...certain things are muddled, maybe a vacation is exactly what i need to get the mind (and heart) sorted