Yesterday I got a parcel in the post, exciting stuff getting parcels, even if it something I have bought off trade me. But the excitement is still the same.
The most gorgeous aqua coloured coat with the most amazing detailing.
I have one in black as well. The first time I saw one of these fabulous coats was in a shop at Waihi Beach called Lotus Lane that was full of imported things from Bali. These were retailing in the hundreds of dollars, no where near my price bracket. The shop is long gone and I have never seen these for sale anywhere else, so when I found the black one on Trade Me last year I knew it was mine. Then this one appeared!! I think two will be enough, unless the most divine colour tempts me. You all know I am weak!
TOF arrived home on Tuesday night and he produced what he likes to call 'Gifts' from the motel he was staying in. I know he spoils me madly with soaps and shampoos!! Changed the Duvet cover in our room, which Oscar gave the thumbs up to.
If you had one tiny little wish
what would it be?
Or a handful, would you share?
All my wishes landed on darling Tex!!
I wish he could live forever.
Today tho' I would wish for Rain.
The entire Waikato and most of our little Country
is in dire need of some.
Oscar is probably wishing I would put him down.
I got some very cool solar lights for out the front, they change colours and let of a lovely soft glow on the path to our front door. I am very tempted to go back and get some more.
Today I frocked up as we were destined for 29* so I had to be cool. I love this frock as the skirt is full and the fabric is cotton.
I even put my hair up and wore a bit of make up. All this for supermarket shopping!!
My bracelet I got from Glamour in Whangamata, today I had the Clark Island photo, so the beach was with me all day!!
The girls gathered by the gate this morning getting impatient waiting for their breakfast while I was faffing about photographing myself in my spotty frock. They didn't half make a fuss!!
I bought this book through the Book Depository website, such reasonable prices and postage was free. Don't you just love the fox scarf? I might just have to give that a go in Winter.
A Raccoon skin hat, Panda mittens, and Hedgehog slippers are just a few of the things you can knit.
Then there are some hilarious things for the house!
Now for some words of wisdom: