I have had the best time with my girl for the past month, but all good things must come to an end. I don’t know who said that quote, but I don’t think that I like it very much. She has her plane ticket purchased, and she is starting the packing process to head back to Juneau, Alaska, until sometime in December. UGH! I want her to stay, and I might have asked her if she wanted to postpone her trip for a while longer.
Don’t give me that tsk, tsk, tsk look. I know that I have to let her live her own life, but she brings so much life into the household that I am going to miss her terribly. I hate that whole “baby bird” theory where you have to let them fly away…why? I told her to tell her boyfriend to come here; instead, that sounds like a much better plan. She laughed and said, “what would he do, he can’t sit still?” I told her that I needed my patio furniture cleaned and put away, the grass needs fertilizing for winter, and the driveway could probably be resealed if he wanted to keep busy. She was NOT amused, so I don’t see Andy coming to visit any time soon. Lol! Oh well, at least I tried, I guess we will have to wait and see what she plans on doing. But, I have a funny feeling that “the boy” will win out over “the parents.” What do you gurls think???
This is one of those times that you are going to have to take my word on this. Let me start by saying, if you purchase this top, I don’t make a penny. So, don’t think that I am trying to talk you into buying this because I will get something from the sale. I am going to tell you that this knit top is my favorite purchase so far this fall. I love how soft this hacci knit sweater feels, and I love how it falls around my hips. I do wish that it was a different color other than taupe, but I still LOVE this sweater. I am wearing a medium, and it fits perfectly. I bought this at Versona, and here is the link if you are interested.
I am wearing two vintage necklaces today. One is a modern-looking wooden necklace that features geometric shapes. The other one is what I call me “Johnn Appleseed” necklace since it is made from small seeds. I don’t know it this necklace is made from apple seeds, but that is what they look like to me. Just a reminder, I will be going to my sister’s next week for a vintage fashion show. This is a yearly event that my mother and her friend have for the Winnwood Retirement Community in Marietta. It is a beautiful facility, and the residents there love the show and all of the jewelry. I told mom that I would start showing everyone some of the vintage items that I have bought at previous shows. I don’t show you a lot of my vintage jewelry since you can’t purchase it in stores. BUT you can join me next week if you live in the area. I would love to meet you on Saturday, the 26th. Early shopping and hors d’oeuvres at 10:30, and the fashion show starts at 11:30.
Guess what the brand of these pants is? Lol! They are by Democracy which seems to be all that I have worn for the past couple of posts. I loved this deep sienna rusty color, and I also like the large cuff at the hem. The cuff is not permanent, I have them rolled up this amount, but you can choose to do a smaller cuff or no cuff at all. I bought these at Versona, and I am not sure that I pulled up the right pair on the website, but here is what I found. My ankle boots are from Old Navy, and I have had this pair for years. Here is a link for you to find your own pair.
Some of you have messaged me asking what R+F products you need. It occurred to me that it might be helpful if I had an “event” on Facebook to show you the products and tell what each one does. This would be an information-only type of event, and I would love for you to join me on Tuesday night at 8:00 PM ET. here is the link where you can request to join the event.
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