Crushing on colour

So I know you’re all dying to know what happened to the pants I bought for $1. I’d firstly like to say, if you ARE dying to find out about them, you seriously… Continue reading

Keeping the conversation light

Don’t you love it when something you see every day is cast in a new light? This happened in a very literal sense the other day when I noticed this beautiful shadow against… Continue reading

Taking a chance on pants

Not long ago I experienced the unparalleled joy of visiting EIGHT, yes EIGHT op shops in the one morning. This journey was not as lucrative as it might sound, as I only ended… Continue reading

My little ray of sunshine

Apparently it’s 31 degrees today, but as I’m obliged to be at a computer indoors, I wouldn’t know. At least I can take heart in knowing that SOME of us are enjoying the… Continue reading

March magic

I’ve been able to get to quite a few op shops this month, and while I’m trying to show off some of my finds in a bit of an arty way (read ‘fiddling… Continue reading

Akha do do do…

Anyone who knows me is well aware that I have something of a penchant for all things ethnic. I may have even touched briefly upon this in a previous post. So of course… Continue reading

Yes, we scan

I bought a scanner in about November last year, at about the same time that I decided I needed a website (the less said about that at the moment, the better.. stoopid technology!).I… Continue reading

Entering the realms of the tech-savvy

I finally found a place in my house where the light is flattering and for some reason makes me look like I’m in an art gallery or somewhere slightly trendy. Of course, the… Continue reading

Birthday girls

Look how cute my cat Suki is (and ignore the mess of my bedroom in the background). Tomorrow it will be 17 years since I got her, because I got her for my… Continue reading

Out of the closet

The hail storm I mentioned the other day caused SERIOUS damage in the area where I live, with windows of houses and cars broken, plants completely shredded etc. I also had to rescue… Continue reading