Thursday, November 2, 2017

Tribble Sweater and the Circus Skirt

Well, bam, there is November in your face! It's dark out! 
 I actually had to use the flash, and don't I look like a deer in headlights? On the plus side, my metallic frost frames on my glasses are extra snazzy.




Some of my coworkers joked that my top looked like it was made of tribbles, which I found hilarious.
 This top is made from all the tribbles that tried to kill me on Hallowe'en! Muahahahaaa!

 It was a pleasure to wear this lovely circus stripe skirt again. I reveled in the pockets, although it really attracted hairs from the top, which sheds like a Persian cat.

Outerwear! It was spitting rain this morning, and I managed to dodge it before it turned into a deluge after my WW meeting, but this scarf and toque set are horrible.
As soon as they dry, they are going into the giveaway. They did not keep me warm - the wind went right through them! Gone! Bad scarf and toque!

The stuff:
 Wow, I loved these! Every step was wonderful - no rubbing, nothing, and my feet feel great. I'm going to wear these to death.

Mexican bling:
The bracelet and earrings belonged to my Grandma J - she gave me these when I was around 18-19 years old and going to university (the first time). I used to stop in an visit her once a week. I did extreme close-ups of them back in July 2008. Oh, I'm so cute, in my first year of blogging! My pictures are so tiny!

  • Silver/obsidian bracelet and earrings - vintage 1950s, Grandma J's
  • Silver/obsidian ring - c. 1985, gift from Mom & Dad (Mexico)
  • Crystal ring - Uffizi Gallery gift shop, Florence
  • Fulvia Ring - Wendy Brandes

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