A farmer's work is never done, it's true. Today I am checking in on the farm in the Doncaster Chai Jacket, a 50's vintage velvet hat (with a pin) and some suede shoes I picked up from Urban Outfitters because they reminded me of Minnie Mouse. I always did like Minnie's style. She was into gloves too.
I decided to invest in some gloves… so I may be the only gloved wonder in the fashion/style blogging world now. Seriously, who would invest in gloves in this day and age? I bet if gloves were made to match t-shirts, everyone would want them.
My puppy Winston loves velvet. You can see he is tasting it here.
Minnie Mouse, you know how to wear a pump! A mouse after my own heart you are.
We had lunch at Fuego Mundo in Atlanta today. This is me after two glasses of yummy sangria.
I forgot my wallet and the server refused to give me a sangria because I didn't have my ID. So I had my husband order twice as many and I drank them when they weren't looking.
Of course they couldn't serve a minor, and the fact that my 18 year old daughter was there, celebrating her birthday, just proved how young I am. Good thing they didn't serve me any alcohol, huh? Being that I am so youthful and look UNDER 21… (how did they miss those CROW'S FEET????!!!)
Drum roll please…
My husband says this shot was slightly provocative. I almost didn't post it, because the last thing I want to be here is provocative! I think we could do with less of that in this somewhat repressed, yet hyper-sexed society that has difficulty controlling itself. Enough of the provocative already!
I feel this picture is more on the artistic side; the wind just lifted my skirt gently and then put it down. Since my husband said it was okay to post it, there you have it! Yes, he is the boss of me. Just because he gave me a big fat rock he gets to tell me what to do… and I listen.
Speaking of a mouse… now we come to the video portion of our program. This incident happened last night.
You will discover how I really don't like mice and the fact that I tolerated Minnie at all was a miracle!