It would seem I have been on a bit of a frock purchasing bender of late having got them via trade me and at the op shops. Can a girl have too many frocks is the question? I think not would be my answer!
This is my favourite frock of all time but after a few summers of wear it is starting to get slightly tatty, as in pulled threads and a ripped lining, not that you can tell. Bet you are all loving the rest room selfie, taken at the Airport during the week while I was out there
working hard swanning about. Tis a cushy little number the airport job and so many of you bloggers overseas do fancy rest room selfies that I decided to give it a crack! Obviously I don't visit fancy rest rooms. Anyway, back to the frocks!
Three new additions to the wardrobe here for starters. All second hand and fabulous even tho the photos do not do them justice, just believe what I tell you. Left and right were found in recycle clothing shops and the middle one in an op shop, oh and all three are good quality brands and as new in condition.
This blue frock I have owned for a few years and I found the matching jacket in my local Salvo store. Pretty stoked and it looks wicked together.
This one arrived in the mail in time to be worn out on the weekend. I purchased this one off trade me. I had a hen party thingy to go to for a lovely bride to be whose wedding I am the photographer at. The theme was cocktail/Hawaiian so I threw some flowers in my hair, and on my feet.
Do you recognise these Ms Goody, from Eat the Blog fame??
Found this little green bug climbing up my drying swimsuit the other day. So pleased we put our little pool off, I have been dunking daily!
I dragged out another old favourite my long crocheted skirt the other day. Gorgeous skirt but it does tend to get caught on things and it grows longer as you wear it so safety pins are a must to hitch it up so I don't trip.
The girls congregate at the gate when I take photos against the brick wall.
Once the gate is opened they almost run over each other to get to the Blackberries. Lucky we always get a bumper crop as they strip the lower part of the vine. I wonder if their eggs will become flavoured?
A little demo from Sheba on balance, wait and catch, but no release.
Yeah yeah, Sheba is clever!
This afternoon the spare decided to go to Raglan for a surf and invited me a long for the ride.
This was 6pm and the day was starting to slip into evening time.
While he surfed I took his car for a drive where the views are lovely.
He treated me to a good old kiwi Sunday roast, Fish and Chips! We were joined by a flock of locals. TOF stayed home to watch cricket and eat corn beef!!
Just in case you to were looking up at the moon.