Prepare yourself for the most boring post. I’m in silent mode today. Definitely feeling better, though.
Yesterday, I went to B.’s school to look at the lamps his students made for their lighting competition. The goal is for them to base the design of their lamp to an existing architectural structure. So while B. and the other professors got busy with the preparations, I turned my attention to B.’s mid term papers. The other professor feigned protest, “That’s not fair making your wife check your papers!” Heehee. B. just smiled sheepishly.
Some of the lamps were really lovely. I certainly had my favorites. Which is yours?
I could sit in front of this scene for hours. But, of course, B. took great photos of them. They’re not really that hypnotic in person.
B. cooked me a delicious dinner to make me feel better. I’m a very lucky gal!
Yummmm… The secret’s in the sauce!
Yesterday’s outfit, at least, I felt good about. I feel so lucky I found that fascinator headband. I just have to smile every time I put it on. It makes me feel like a princess. This skirt I love but it falls up to mid-calf, which is very unflattering for me. So I hiked it up and tucked the waist band under my bra band. Throughout the day, it kept sliding back onto my waist (I have a waist??? whooopee!!!) so I’m thinking of altering it a bit. I’ll show you when it’s done. I also like how the mesh shirt stays in place when I pull it over my hands.Jeweled fascinator headband: Ross, $3 Black knitted coat with adorable buttons: bought back home in a shopping frenzy, around $12. Powder blue long-sleeved mesh shirt: thrifted back home Black, yellow, and gray plaid bias-cut A-line skirt: thrifted back home. The slouchiest black boots in the world: thrifted back home Black tights and knee-high socks
I wanted to do a fake smile a la Lilo. But I ended up looking like…